So. There I sit on several PLO50 and one PLO100 table. No hand history, no stats, so trying to do it by hand. I am UTG with 70BB, 5 handed. villain #1 on the button with 160, he is sitting across a lot of tables, playing wide range (from what I see), but not competely trash hands, always at least rundowns if he 3bets or calls a 3bet/4bet. And he does not 3bet me often, I play tight. UTG+1 is loose, almost maniac SB is loose as well villain #2 is BB with 100, it's his first hand I get K8K2, raise UTG+1 folds, button 3bets to 7.50$, SB folds, BB calls and I call, pretty happy. If UTG+1 or SB had 3bet me I could have shoved here, but against button and 3way I am happy to see a flop. KJ6, 23$ pot oh yeah. money here I come. BB checks and I check as well. If button has AA he might have Ac and bet. He might bet a jack, a king. If he has a rundown he bets. And most of all I am not really scared of any card. Also he usually bets (on the PLO 50 tables ) unfortunately he does not bet of course. turn: A, 23$ pot motherfucker. BB check I check button bets 2/3 pot, 17.25$ BB calls (WTF) I fold. river J, pot 57,50$ BB check button bets pot, BB calls button shows A5AJ (expected) BB shows A56J (the last J) So I lost 7,5 blinds in that hand and I am not unhappy about the outcome. But on the other hand I really could have bet the flop. There isn't a reason why I shouldn't. It is difficult to find the balance to navigate because villains are either aggro or tight. A lot of times when I check another flop they fire away. I expected button to put pressure and on a blank turn push me out with a pot size bet, he hit the J, so two pair were unlikely. On the other hand I like to see a turn to decide. I used to be so nervous about it to protect my hands, but now I just wait and look. Don't know if that makes sense to you. If a scare card hits the turn I call a potsize bet and it's all cool with a pot around $50 and $50 behind, because there are so many nice turns and rivers.