Chris Wallace, in Poker Pro magazine column, June, 2011, page 65.
This is why the players at the higher limits just nod and smile when a new player sits down and says, "I had to move up here where people play real poker, you can't beat that lower game where no one knows how to fold a hand."
If you can't beat the weak game, then you sure as hell can't beat the game you just moved up to, and the regulars all know it! When I see this happen I know that the new player is going to lose his chips, but he will be happier doing it at the bigger table and he will chalk it up to a bad run of cards.
Let go of your desire to make the table behave the way you want it to and start adapting to your table. Letting the game come to you, and taking advantage of the mistakes your opponents make, is both less frustrating and more profitable.