Sometimes it can be handy to have the passive calling fish on your left.
For these hands, both the players on my left were huge fish calling almost any action preflop with any two cards, and paying off with marginal hands postflop. This gives you a great opportunity to play drawing hands like small pairs and suited aces from early position.
Sitting UTG+1 and UTG (consecutive hands), I would nearly always dump 66 and A3s at a FR table. Here, limping gave the opportunity to create a big family pot.
Note there is a bit of a glitch in the replay, as I was UTG+1 and UTG not UTG+2 and UTG+1. Also Ron was BB in the second hand.
The first hand didn't work so well when fish #2 folded, and we ended up three ways. On the eight high diamond flop I figured my hand was worth a value bet, but unfortunately my gin on the turn was not paid off.
Hand two worked almost perfectly, with my two fish coming along for the ride and a late position raiser. The TP+FD flop was perfect, and I bet for value. The turn bet is probably a mistake since I am almost certainly still drawing.
I made a few more good pots against alli after these. I made "isolation" raises, which he would call and the rest of the table fold. He then calls two Cbets and my Q high junk holds up :)