Interesting to hear that you're able to be consistently winning by just following the basics.
I've never played much PLO/ OmH/L but I do watch my nextdoor neighbour multi-table at 100NL. Watching him play has made me aware of how little I really know about the game. I've read exerpts from books (omaha section), have a good grasp of decent starting hands etc., but with my inexperience, where I run into difficulties is quickly calculating my outs & odds
for staying in the hand or potting it or what have you. I'm sure this would all come with experience but I have just never invested the time in the game.... yet. Watching my neighbour, it's like split second decisions and he's jumping out of his chair, telling me how great the flop has hit him, he's got a wrap and he's got this & that.... & I'm sitting there wondering how far ahead he really might even be. Watching him makes it all alot more intimidating for myself but I guess I should stop & think about it... I'm sure the game is much different at say .02/.05 than it is at .50/1.00
I'm glad you've written this post & shared your experiences so far at the micro limits of this game. I might have to give it a shot. I was thinking that it must be tough to still get paid off on monsters when you're playing very few hands, but I suppose at the super micros they're calling you with prs. in their hand regardless. Also makes sense what poster above said that at the super micro limits alot of them are chasing after the 'Hi' hands.
GL on the tables and hope it keeps working out for ya.