I've been playing online alot. I started out on the really low limit games so I could get used to playing on this platform. I'm more used to playing live and in person at the casinos. I signed up in May. I haven't blogged my experiences for good reasons. I took a severe beating on $0.50/$1 in the first few weeks. My advice to anyone who thinks they are somewhat good . . . DO NOT PLAY at this level. I could tell you about all the bad beats but I won't. They are rampant at this level. The button means nothing and AA, KK, AK are useless. Everyone calls down to the river. Stay away from this online game. I learned the hard way. If I had the bankroll, I'd play at a much higher limit in these structured online games. So I've been working more on my No-Limit game since they have a $25 max buy in. It's more affordable for me in the short run than a $3/$6 or $5/$10 game since I am poor. I've done much better at this level. The time spent playing at this level along with reading as much as I can about poker has helped me with my No Limit betting which is very important. How you bet makes all the difference. I've picked up on that quickly but I still know I have a lot to learn. My credit card and wallet are much happier that I've left the ranks of the $0.50/$1 scum. I'm not ashamed by the fact that I ran away from those swine with my tail between my legs. I've had my fill of runner runner flushes and 2-7 offsuit beating my AK in that low limit torture chamber. I've embraced No Limit and I've had some success but I've noticed that the suck outs still happen but they are much easier to avoid from happening if you bet right and use your position to your advantage. The last few months have taught me something . . . never turn your back on a $0.50/$1 player. They'll shake you down for all you have. Those scum can keep my $0.50 cent bets. More to follow . . . .