# Read PDF Pot-Limit Omaha Poker

PokerStars School. Omaha has traditionally been played in Europe but in recent years it has also become a mainstream form of poker both in the United States and online. Rules of Omaha One key feature of Omaha begins with the deal. Instead of receiving 2 personal hole cards, each player in an Omaha game is dealt 4 hole cards to start the hand. Omaha is played with 5 community cards, just like Texas Hold'em. These are the flop first 3 cards , turn 4th card and river 5th card. There are four rounds of betting: before the flop, on the flop, on the turn and on the river.

After the last round of betting it is time for the showdown. If there are at least two players active, the one who shows the best 5 card poker hand wins the pot. However, in Omaha, each player must use exactly 2 of his 4 hole cards and exactly 3 of the community cards in making a 5 card hand. This is one of the main differences with Texas Hold'em, where the player can choose how many hole cards he is going to use to make his hand — he can even choose not to use them at all. Example: The board shows and the hand is three-ways: Player 1: Player 2: Player 3: In this hand Player 3 is our winner with a King high flush.

Player 1 has a Jack high straight for the second place. Player 2 has the worst hand: a set of deuces.

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In this scenario we may erroneously think Player 1 not only has a straight, but the nut flush too, and Player 2 might seem to have quads with his three hole cards. This is the point where many Omaha beginners make a mistake. This is the format we are going to teach in this Omaha series. We are assuming that you have already mastered the basic poker principles, such as when to check, bet, call and raise.

The special feature of Pot Limit is that the bet size cannot exceed the size of the total pot. It can be confusing at first, but you will soon get used to calculating pot size.

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And if you want to raise a bet the maximum amount, you must first include the size of your call. Sound complicated? The first player to act calls the BB 2. What is the highest possible bet for the next player? Therefore it is possible to call for 2 and raise an additional 7 size of the pot. The maximum bet this player can make is 9. That might sound difficult, but if it's any consolation to you, on PokerStars you can see both the pot size and the maximum possible bet at all times. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title.

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I will read his other PLO books 3 volumes. In that sentence alone you can tell how outdated this book is; that is, if you were to read it in a literal way.

However, if you're a NLH player who's completely new to PLO, then I recommend reading at least the first half of this book with an open mind. Hwang does a fantastic job introducing us noobs to the types and relative strength of PLO starting hands, he's very thorough when it comes to that, and that alone will sa Keep in mind that this book was written by and for PLO 9 handed LIVE games. Hwang does a fantastic job introducing us noobs to the types and relative strength of PLO starting hands, he's very thorough when it comes to that, and that alone will save you a lot of money when you start to play PLO online.

Never forget that people play PLO because they get tired of missing every flop in that boring game called NLH, and because it's fun to have 4 cards, yo,. Great book Very easy to understand and very helpful in understanding how important the fundamentals are. I wish it went into more detail or examples of playing medium strength hands.

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Overall a very good book. Thank you! Dec 13, Pedro Silva rated it really liked it. The basic strategy, odds calculation and gameplay changes a lot from NLH. Great notions about the main differences about the variants and the "changing gears" you should be prepared to approach both games. Jul 03, Will Sisco rated it really liked it. Surprisingly relevant despite its age. I feel like this book alone is enough to beat low stakes live PLO. Aug 05, Robert Beveridge rated it really liked it Recommends it for: the player.

Shelves: goal-list , owned-and-still-own , finished. It's second only to Cincinnati as my favorite poker variant and no one plays Cincinnati anymore, not even in Europe , and I play Omaha and Omaha-split tournaments whenever I can. I've read a few books on the game over the years, but none of them has ever been comprehensive until now. Pot-Limit Omaha Poker: The Big Play Strategy attempts to teach the reader how to minimize the variance as much as possible, anyway, in a game where edges are often razor-thin at best when the money goes in , play tighter, and show a long-term profit.

If you've played Omaha with an eye towards making money at it, but never actually done an in-depth study of the game, it's quite likely you're going to find the codification of a lot of concepts you've always suspected, but never really had the data to back up e. Hwang actually addresses why a one-gapped rundown is better in certain situations than a rundown. I never thought I'd see that.

To be fair, I'd only recently started wondering about that. And really, it's hard to resist a book that tell you that the easiest money to be made in the poker world is at the limit Omaha-split table If you're going to play Omaha, you need this book.

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• Sep 29, Yves rated it liked it Shelves: poker. Deep and insightful, this technical book is required to be read twice to really get the practical elements of PL Omaha Hi play. I had to read it again. Absolutely NOT a book for beginners and in fact, a beginner applying these techniques would lose a lot of money because you have to have the long-time playing discipline to put those bluff bets out there.

Beginners will not and when they do, face the problem of just being called. Feb 10, Timothy rated it really liked it Shelves: textbook. Lots of hand examples and a series of hand quiz examples in the back that are helpful. Mar 24, CV Rick rated it really liked it Shelves: poker. If you're learning the game, it's a great overview and if you've had trouble with proper betting and hand-reading and I have this is a fantastic book. I learned quite a bit and improved my game drastically. I hope to be able to show a monetary benefit from the knowledge in the near future.