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The Best Starting Hands in Omaha Poker

In Omaha Poker starting hands each player is dealt 4 cards. The best starting hands in Omaha poker are those where the 4 hole-cards work in a collaborative way, providing you multiple ways to hit the flop. The best hand at showdown comprises of exactly two from the hand and three from the board to […]

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Visiting a Pot Limit Omaha Hand

You are in a $2/$4 Pot Limit Omaha ring game on UltimateBet. You are under the gun and are dealt 10 of hearts, king of hearts, jack of clubs and 9 of clubs. So pre-flop, the button has raised pot to $18 and the big blind as well as yourself calls. The flop comes jack […]

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Basic Omaha Considerations

I’m not about to get into advanced Omaha strategy concepts in this article, I just want to analyze a few basic aspects of the game, but some of what I’m about to discuss might benefit advanced players as well. Omaha Hi-Lo is the most popular Omaha version (although it is played Hi only too, and […]

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Round 2 of the PokerPlasm Tourney League

After a great turnout in the first round freeroll, we hope to continue the wave of excellent play in round two. The first round of buy-in poker is getting near. Omaha is this rounds variant of choice and should prove enjoyable. You need a refresher? Well, we have an extensive library of information, and here […]

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Mutual of Omaha

Playing Omaha for the first time can stun a beginner into believing the game is absolutely crazy, takes no skill whatsoever, and seems like a crapshoot. Players are betting, calling (sometimes the entire table), raising, and raising on top of that, before a flop even occurs. How can anyone make a profit in this game? […]

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Raising with A2 in Omaha Hi Lo

There are some players who routinely raise pre-flop whenever they are dealt AA or A2. This is usually a mistake in most Omaha poker games. Keep in mind that if you have no backup, your A2 will be completely useless if three high cards, an ace or a deuce come on the flop, meaning you […]

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