Omaha is very similar to Texas Hold'em with one game changing factor - instead of two hole cards, each player is dealt four hole cards. In Omaha, players must make the best possible hand with a combination of two from their hole cards and three from the community cards.
Pot Limit Omaha
All Omaha games at GGNetwork are 'Pot Limit', which means there is a limit to the maximum a player can bet at once.
The following are positions that you should know before playing the game.
The following are actions that you should know before playing the game.
The following are the four betting rounds that take place in Texas Hold'em.
The betting round that takes place after the players receive their hole cards.
The betting round that takes place after the first three community cards are dealt.
The third betting round that takes place after the fourth community card is dealt.
The last betting round that takes place after the fifth and final community card is dealt.
The showdown begins when there are two or more players who are still in play when the action ends on the river. The player with the strongest hand will win the pot. When the showdown ends in a tie, the pot is split evenly among the winning players.
Player A Loses
Player B Wins
Run It Three Times (RITT)
Run the board three times to lower your risk when you are all-in.
Once activated, a straddle is automatically made when possible.
The player to the left of the big blind can act last pre-flop by posting the straddle.