VEPP-2000 is the only electron-positron collider operating with round beams that results in enhancement of beam-beam limit. VEPP-2000 with SND and CMD-3 detectors carried out two successful data-taking runs after new BINP injection complex was commissioned. The 2016/2017 run was dedicated to high energy range (640-1000 MeV per beam) while the 2017/2018 run was focused at 275-600 MeV/beam energies. With sufficient positron production rate and upgraded full-energy booster the collider luminosity was limited by beam-beam effects, namely flip-flop effect. Thorough machine tuning together with new ideas introduced to suppress flip-flop allowed to achieve high beam-beam tuneshift and bunch-by-bunch luminosity values at specific beam energies. The achieved luminosity increased 2-5 times in a whole energy range in comparison to phase-1 operation (2010-2013).