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By: badbones141 @ 12:42 (EDT) / 324 / Comment ( 0 )

I usually play a micro stakes game of this as a distraction from poker.  Some time away from real poker to relax and re-focus, but others take this game seriously.  It is interesting and offers a new twist on hold'em poker, even though omaha has been around for years.  I still don't see it ever taking over hold'em as the standard but it has steadily gained in popularity.


I have been playing it more and more over the last half year, still less than 10% though.  I should give it more of a try, it might end up helping my BR.  My advice to anyone trying it out is to 1st learn the rules and have an idea of what you are doing when you start playing Omaha.  Reading up on the lessons in PSO can only help.  Other than that good luck for now and hope you have great success in all your poker endeavors.



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