Don't worry too much about VPIP, I learned this a while ago. There are quite a few 2+2ers at the 5/10 I consider LAGs and play against accordingly. They are very profitable, aside from having a somewhat tighter PF strategy than your generic player.
I will just say you can average 3 BB/100 or higher (4 tabling) whlie seeing 17.5% of the flops volintarily at the 5/10. Whatever your strategy is, you can make it work.
UTG. - fold all
UTG+1 after UTG folds. - fold all
UTG+1 after UTG calls. - fold all
CO no-one in yet. -
I'll openraise K9s from the button, if I've been playing very tight at the table I'll sometimes mix it up with open raising K9s from the CO.
CO 1 limper. - fold all
CO 2+ limpers. - call K9s
CO 1 limper then raised. - fold all
Button: unentered pot. - raise K9s, K8s sometimes
Button: 1 limper middle position. - raise K9s if bad
Button: 2+ limpers. - Call K9s
Button: 1 limper then raised. - fold all
SB: unentered pot. - raise all
SB: 1 limper middle position. - call with K8/K9
SB: 2+ limpers. - call with all
SB: 1 limper then raised. - fold all
SB: button open raised a previously unentered pot. - depends on raising standards, usually folding all, may 3-bet with K9s if loony
I think playing these crappy kings sucks-- my VIP is like 20-22% and I don't play them. Loosen up but don't loosen up with these.
Ways to loosen up:
Raise any pair if you are in late position and it is folded to you. Raise ATo and up UTG. Raise A9o and up UTG+2, raise any ace if it is folded to you on the button. Raise pairs 77 and up UTG. Raise KQ and up UTG, KJ UTG+1, and KT and QJ in late position. Raise any two cards > 9 on the button if it is folded to you. If you see some dude limping with trash all the time, raise him with ace high and any pocket pair. You want to play hands that can win unimproved in a showdown, or at hands that can turn into OK hands if you don't steal the blinds with your raise. That should put you up above 20% without resorting to playing garbage like Kxs.