The game is 1-2 PLO at my local casino. There is virtually no limping pre-flop. A variety of players usually make it $15-$25. The action is at least 5 way on most flops. The guy to my right is terrible - values hands like a holdem player - raises liberally - calls too much - shows down some pretty awful losing hands. He is into the game for many many hundreds of dollars with his stack going up and down continuously.
I had been hovering right around even for a couple hours. Then I was all-in after the flop in a multi-player pot with A ♣ A ♦ J ♣ : 10 ♠ : I flopped the nut flush draw to go with my AA. Unfortunately, someone else flops a set of jacks, so I only win the side pot which is about $250.
For my final hand, I have about $220. I am under the gun with 4 ♠ 5 ♣ 6 ♣ 6 ♥ I limp for $5. There are at least 6 callers to the big blind who is the terrible player to my right. He makes it $25. I call and so does everyone else. The small blind only has $150 left and now goes all-in. Terrible guy goes all-in for more. I go all-in. Two other players go all in. The board is 6 ♠ K ♣ 10 ♥ 3 ♦ 10 ♦ Although I have a full house, I will lose to a player who has a 10-3 in his hand. (Terrible guy is busted and leaves the table)
I have been told that I never should have been in this hand. What do others think?