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Omaha Poker - Live Poker Hi/Lo


Omaha Poker Rules

Faster is better..is more fun? Some people believe so and therefore prefer the game of Omaha Poker. A fast poker game variation of Texas Holdem. How to play Omaha Poker? First the player left from the dealer places a small bet (small blind) in the pot, and the player to his left places the big blind in the pot.

The players are dealt 4 cards face down. The first round of calling, raising or folding starts with the player left of the big blind.

In the second round of betting, the dealer turns over 3 cards (flop cards). A player can now choose to check (not to bet or fold) when there has been no betting in front of him.

The third round of betting. The dealer turns over the fourth card on the table.

The dealer turns over the last card on the table in the final round of betting. The player that has the best poker hand made of 2 of the down cards and 3 of the table cards wins the pot.

Omaha Hi/Lo Poker

This variation is also called Omaha 8 or Better. The difference is that the pot is split between the high hand and the low hand. The high hand is obvious the best poker hand. For the low hand the player needs to qualify first. The poker hand with different numerical values in his poker hand from Ace (lowest) through 8 qualifies. If 2 or more players qualify for the low hand, the lowest card wins half of the poker pot.




Where to play Omaha Poker?

Ignition Poker (US Only)

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Sportsbetting Poker (US accepted)

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Betsson Poker

100% (max $2,000) bonus