I would normally say you play way too many hands, but I guess it’s sort of correct to see more flops in Omaha hi/lo. Still, you see about 75% of the flops, which probably too many.
You also take 3/4 of the hands you win all the way to showdown. Your stats also say you win 12% of your hands. From this I would guess you almost never bluff.
Your profile says you started in Nov 2014, which is 2 years, not 3, I started here in Nov 2015, and have about half as many chips after playing half as long. Since it’s well known that I almost always play nearly perfect poker (hahaha) I don’t see a problem really.
On the other hand, 98% of my chips are from tournament play. I rarely play ring games, and ring games are a MUCH faster way to gather chips.
Just as a point of contrast, my stats say I fold 78%, and win 12%. Of these, 56% is at showdown, 44% is without showdown. I would say 99%+ is from holdum tournies, though I have been playing some O H/L rings lately trying to learn the game.
You are playing winning poker. Your approach to the game is different than mine, but whatever you’re doing seems to be working for you. I don’t see the need for you to change anything.
As another point of reference, logging in every day to collect the 2500 chip bonus would net you 912,500 chips per year. You are making 7 or 8 times this amount, which is another indication that you’re doing well.
If you want more chips, try moving up to slightly higher stakes, though I don’t know what you would do with more chips. You have more now than you really need in order to have fun.
Just my 2 cents.