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Poker Strategy | Omaha Poker Strategy

Tips on How to Manage Your Bankroll

Managing your bankroll is vastly underappreciated and not talked about often enough in the poker world. The following are a few tips to help you learn how to manage your poker bankroll: #1 – Your bankroll should be taken very seriously. Let's...

Getting Started In Omaha 8 Tips

If you are going to start playing Omaha High Low (also known as Omaha 8 Or Better), here are some tips to get you going: #1 – Read as much as you can on the game. Find books on the subject, read magazine articles, search websites for any...

Omaha 8 – Advanced Omaha High/Low Poker Tips

Once you have mastered the basics of Omaha High/Low (also known as Omaha 8 or better), there are some tricks and tips you can implement to make your game more profitable. The following are some Advanced Omaha 8 tips for you to think...

Omaha 8 – Top Five Beginner Mistakes

The following are what this Writer believes are the top five beginner mistakes when playing Omaha High/Low (also known as Omaha 8 or Better). #1 – Bluffing. While it is possible to bluff in Omaha 8, it is not a profitable strategy to employ...

Omaha 8 – Omaha High/Low tips on how to Deal a Home Game

If you want to bring in some variety to your home game, consider playing Omaha High/Low (also known as Omaha 8 or better). This article will tell you what you need to know in order to play Omaha High/Low at your home game. #1 – you will need a...

Omaha Hi/Lo Tournament Tips

There are significant differences between playing in an Omaha Hi/Lo (also known as Omaha 8 or Better) cash game and an Omaha Hi/Lo tournament. When you run out of money in a cash game, you can always reach back into your wallet or go hit the ATM...

Omaha 8 or Better – Ten Tips For Omaha High/Low Players

#1 – If you have a good starting hand, raise with it. Too many players don't recognize the value of having a good starting hand and are afraid to put in money before they have seen the flop. You're losing value by doing this – raise it...

Omaha 8 or Better - Turn And River Play For Beginners

If you've made it past the flop in Omaha 8 or Better, you are probably going to see the hand through until the river unless a disaster card comes on the turn that would prevent you from doing so. If you had a draw on the flop and you make it on...

Drawing In Omaha High Low

In Omaha High Low (also known as Omaha 8 or better), especially at lower limits, many players will stick around after the flop with the smallest piece of the flop because of the split pot potential. Omaha 8 is definitely a show down game. If you...

Omaha 8 or Better – Evaluating Starting Hands

What starting hands you choose to play in Omaha High Low (also known as Omaha 8 or better) is the most important thing you can learn as a new Omaha 8 player. As a beginner, you should focus on playing extremely tight poker and only play premium...

Omaha Hi/Lo Tips Strategy Guide

Learning to play Omaha Hi/Lo (also known as Omaha 8 Or Better) is not as easy as it appears. The best lessons are often learned the hard way, at the table through hard fought battles with other players. However, there are things you can do away...

Omaha 8 – Eight Tips on Getting Started

If you are going to start playing Omaha Hi/Lo (also known as Omaha 8 Or Better), here are some tips to get you going: #1 – Read as much as you can on the game. Find books on the subject, read magazine articles, search websites for any...

Omaha 8 – Slow Playing In Omaha High Low

One thing you can say about poker players is that they love to be tricky and “outsmart” their opponents. This is the reason so many players slow play their big hands, even though it's often not the most profitable play. In Omaha High Low...

Omaha 8 – Bluffing In Omaha High Low

Unlike its counterpart, No Limit Hold’em, bluffing in Omaha 8 Or Better is not an important strategic consideration. The situations where bluffing succeeds in Omaha High Low are few and far between and in most instances are losing propositions...

Omaha 8 – Playing the River; the Non Nuts

Playing the nuts on the river in Omaha 8 is, for the most part, easy. You bet and you bet some more. What about the times however when you have nothing or have a 2nd or 3rd best hand? What do you do then? For example, let's say you played a hand...

Omaha 8 – Playing the River; “The Nuts”

By the time you reach the river in an Omaha 8 game, you will know whether you have made your hand or not. Everything that you had to deal with before regarding probability and pot odds is no longer relevant. What is important is being able to read...

Omaha 8 – The Role Of Pot Odds

As you start to learn to play Omaha High Low (also known as Omaha 8 or Better), you'll quickly learn one thing. There is a lot of math and probability involved and the sooner you learn it, the better off you'll be and the more money you will make...

Omaha 8 – Playing the Flop, Part Two

In the first part on playing the flop, we discussed what to do when you miss the flop or hit it hard. In this part, we are going to talk about what to do when you hit a piece of the flop. This is the most likely scenario in an Omaha High Low game...

Omaha 8 – Playing the Flop, Part One

Many people think the secret to success in Omaha High Low (also known as Omaha 8 or Better) is hitting your card or avoiding getting outdrawn on the river. While this certainly plays a significant role, the truth of the matter is that being a...

Omaha 8 – Playing the Turn

While the flop is the time in an Omaha High Low hand that you will get the most information, the turn is important when it comes to the amount of money you will win or lose because the betting limits double. The same things you do on the flop...

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