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Omaha High

Ronald Norris
US players are welcome

As a flop poker game, Omaha has a lot in common with Texas Holdem. There are 10 players at a full table, and the two players to the left of the dealer button post small and big blinds; you receive a set of hole cards (four, in this case), and there are four betting rounds. Aside from the four hole cards, the big difference between Texas Holdem poker and Omaha poker is that in Omaha you must use exactly two of your hole cards to create your final poker hand . That difference is important, and it often trips up players used to playing Holdem.

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