I'm not playing now, bot recently always played on fulltilt.com. I just want to advice everybody, who wants to play poker, but not lost their money: read Dan Harrington's books and learn mathematics...
I gotta agree somewhat with pylos. Playing online for cash is, well, not unfair but more of a coin toss than one would like to think, at least at the low limit tables on the busier networks. Then again the world series has kinda turned that way as well with the inflow of new players with a lack of understanding of the game. I don't think it has to do with it being unfair, I think it has to do more with Gus winning a lot of WPT events and players thinking that's how you're supposed to play. Odds, outs, pot odds, even reads all go out the window to blind chance and players start coin flipping for their money. If you have enough of a strategy you can mitigate the losses.
Ha. I play tons online and casino. FT and Stars. I love no limit for SNG's and also am amazing at Omaha Hi/Lo. It is a great game with less swings than Hold-em. If it's a live table cash game, I would recommend Limit Hold-em. I do fairly well playing that and building my bankroll constantly.
I play on Stars mostly. I cashed out most of my winnings earlier this month since I've had some hospital time and needed the money, but I left a few dollars to see if I could luck out a semblence of a bankroll. It's all pure profit though.
I mostly just play NLHE cash games or SNGs, but I really enjoy 8-game as well.