Originally Posted by msufan
That's the beauty of playing online: anytime I feel like staying at a certain table is -EV, I change tables. So yes, go ahead and quit when you feel that way.
But this table sounds incredibly +EV. If you don't trust the RNG and think Bodog is suspiciously streaky and rigged, then don't play there at all. You need to have trust that your cards have no memory -- otherwise you aren't playing optimal poker.
I've been on PLO tables like this before, and while it can be frustrating when you look at the results, just ignore the actual outcome of the showdown and realize that they are paying you off with bottom two-pair or worse hands in PLO
! As long as you are playing with a proper bankroll (25+ buyins or so), you need to get used to the swings in PLO because the game tends to be higher variance than Hold 'Em.