I've moved down in my limits to try to get a better grasp for hand ranges in PLO. This is one hand from my session, and I honestly have no clue what the optimal play is on nearly all streets.
.10-.20 6-max table on Cake. I have 110bbs, but effective stacks are about 60bbs. The villian in this hand just sat, so no reads at all. Villian posts his BB from MP(cutoff here) and checks. SB completes. I am dealt A
in the BB. Flop is Q
I have an open-ended straight draw and second-nut flush draw. SB checks. I lead about 3/4 of pot. Villian calls. SB folds. Heads up pot now. Is this lead okay or should I be check-calling or check-raising?
Turn the 10
. Gives me a straight. I check, with the intention of checkcalling. I didn't want to get raised off my hand if he had KJ, especially considering I still had the second nut flush draw. He bets about half the pot. I call. Should I be leading again? Checkraising?
River is a queen. I check, mostly because I didn't know what to do. He bets about 2/3 of the pot. I folded. I didn't see what I could beat that he would bet the river with. Is this a call? Should I just lead?
Please critique all streets. I was basically lost throughout the entire hand, so any comments are helpful. I'd like to get good at omaha, so I maybe posting a lot more hands here in the next few weeks.
Thanks in advance.