When playing low stakes, no ante 6-max omaha cash games, I often find myself completely clueless on what to do pre-flop when I am in the small blind. Whether someone opened or it folded to me. The problem is that if you commit chips you will of course be the first to act post flop, which is especially in omaha very unfavorable. I've heard about a NLH cash game small blind strategy where when facing a raise you 3-bet or fold your entire range. Could this be a solid strategy in omaha as well? People rarely fold to a 3-bet, especially in position, so I don't want to 3-bet light out of position. But when I have a hand like A♥Q♣7♥4♣ or T♣9♠8♣7⋄ facing a cutoff open I don't want to fold it, or should I?
Also when it folds to me, should I generally limp or pot from the SB? It probably depends on the opponent. Some overfold while other 3-bet a lot. But perhaps rake is too high and people too sticky to even put chips in with most hands? I'd love to hear some input.