As a novice PLO player, when should I be continuing with a medium-strength hand? How much of PLO is just "fit or fold?" I find myself lost when out of position with strong starting hands that I either raise or limp-call with. Here is an example:
5/5 PLO, 8-handed, $750 effective stacks
limp, I limp AA85 one suit, another limp, button pots, blinds and limper fold, I call, other limper folds, pot is $85 after rake.
Flop comes K95r with one of my suit, giving me bottom pair, an overpair, and a backdoor flush draw. Am I:
1) check-calling to "take one off" and "see what he does on the turn?"
2) check-raising to get max fold equity?
3) check-folding because my hand is pretty weak vs. a set or or top two with straight draws?
4) bet-folding because he wouldn't ever raise this flop without a stronger holding, but he might call with AK or a pair and a gutter?
5) bet-3! getting it in because we're heads up and there aren't a lot of turn cards we would like to see?