The basic principles and strategies for Omaha High Low Holdem Poker shown here are those generally agreed to and recommended by the experts for bet limit games. An understanding of these basics is needed for all levels of competitive play.
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This is the same game as regular Omaha, but the high hand and the lowest hand split the pot. However, the lowest hand needs 5 individual cards that are a ranking of 8 or less. For example: 8 – 6 – 4 – 3- A The “best” low hand is 5 – 4 -3 – 2 – A.
Each player receives a total of 9 cards (4 down cards and 5 community cards).
The object of the game is to create the best 5 – card poker high hand and/or low hand out of the nine cards by using TWO of your down cards and any THREE community cards.
Before any cards are dealt, the player sitting directly to the left of the Dealer Button places a “small” blind bet and the player sitting directly left of the small blind position places a “big” blind bet.
The dealer will deal the first four cards face down to each player, beginning with the player sitting in the small blind position.
This is followed by the first round of betting, which has been started by the blind bets. The player who posted the big blind bet will be given the option to raise at the end of this betting round, if that option was not taken by another player.
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