Yes, you are correct. I depends on how cheap you can get in. My point is that be cautious when calling big bets that can hurt your stack.
On this particular hand, the pre flop bet was only the BB. But, after the flop, big bets started coming in, so I folded, since did not have a calling hand at that point.
Also, the pro that play Omaha hi/lo will recommend that player does not chase after the flop if price is too hi. Because in long run player will lose.
However, if other player are going to allow someone ot get in cheap and limp. Then, by all means, call and see what happens.
I am not thinking these things up myself. Not that smart. Just repeating what I read. And, like to give other players something to think about.
I have a group of friends and we discuss poker hands on a daily basis. Asking questions, making recommendation and jus generally discussing poker. I it makes us think, and improve our game.
Thanks for comment.