Omaha Poker Rules































































OMAHA POKER RULES

Understanding Omaha poker rules, the values of the various combinations of cards, procedures of the game and the Omaha poker rules for betting limits is necessary if you want to play profitable Omaha poker.

Before the game begins, the two players to the immediate left of the dealer must place a small and a big blind.

The small blind is equal to half of the minimum bet and the big blind is equal to a minimum bet.

For example, if the small blind in a 2-4 game is one dollar, than the big blind will be two dollars.

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The game begins with the Dealer dealing out four cards to each player at the table.

The player can only use two of the four cards in his hand, combined with three of the community cards.

The cards are being dealt in a clockwise direction, face down and one card at a time.



The player to the immediate left of the big blind starts the first betting round.

The dealer will place three cards, faced up, at the middle of the table.

This part is called the Flop and these cards are used by all the players as community cards.

The Flop is followed by a second round of betting, but this time starting with the player to the immediate left of the dealer.

Each player have the choice of folding, calling or raising the pot in every betting round.

After the flop betting is over, the dealer places a fourth community card on the table.

This part of the game is called the Turn, and is followed by another betting round.

Finally, the dealer places a fifth card on the table, and there is a final betting round.

This stage of the game is called the River, and the player with the highest hand wins the pot.

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PLAY WELL AND GOOD LUCK.