Good to hear you enjoyed it
Also, remember to play in position as much as possible. Against nits who don't bluff it's not THAT important as their range is well defined, but the looser/the more aggressive the player is, the more important position is.
Against bad players you can play with a really wide range in position as your post flop edge is very big. I've heard some people worrying about playing a hand like A2 against a fish as they think that their ace is often dominated as fishes like Ax type of hands a lot.
The thing is though, that if you know which boards to barrel and how many times, you're going to do well in position. If the board is very dry, you dont have to 3 barrel when he has pretty many aces in his range. If the board is draw heavy, you can go for more value as the possibility of him having an ace when he calls is much smaller.
Even A2 offsuit has a lot ofter things going on for it. You can flop a straight draw which you can use to semi bluff or check behind often in position. You can hit 2 pair and you will get some huge value from his random ace. If you flop trips with the 2, fishes like to call with 2 overs to the board and they will call multiple barrels with any piece, pocket pairs etc.
So in position, you can play a lot of hands, even if they are dominated every now and then. You have the possibility to pot control, semi bluff or bet for value depending on the villain and how to board turns out.