I've literally cashed in an Omaha tournament on PS like, every night this week. I'm playing well, I'm just catching bad luck in the endgame. The good thing is while I play deep into these Omaha tournaments, I'm running two tables at .02/.05 and have a run of about 7 sessions in the black, putting my bankroll on PS to about $115 from a starting place of $50. I like multitasking this way and simply playing cash until I bust out(or, of course, WIN) of the accompanying tournament I choose, and just call that a 'session.'
What's alarming to me is just how much soft play exists in the Omaha arena on PS. It makes me ponder a run into some cash PLO. but I think that my PLO play, while appropriate for tournaments, isn't ideally suited for cash play. Granted, I'm sure a tight aggressive approach looking for scoops in Hi/Lo would be profitable, but quite frankly my NLHE stats at low stkes are too good to ignore right now. When I get to $200 I'll start two-tabling .05/.10, and if I keep my recent tear that's only 8-10 sessions away. Slow and steady wins the race!