re: Poker & Wanting to learn PL Omaha
I play .05/.10 PLO on Bodog and it's my biggest moneymaker. At these stakes, there is a lot of limping, and i suggest you do it too. Where limping is a bad thing in NLHE, it can be very profitable in low stakes PLO. The game is mostly about seeing a cheap flop and being able to read the board effectively to see how you're hand ranks and what your opponents are most likely to have. Bluffing tends to be less effective in PLO than NLHE, so stick to straightfoward poker by limping, betting your strong hands, and folding your weak ones. Well, that's the best advice I have for you. If you'd like some pro advice, you could go to Mike Matusow's website: www.mikethemouth.com
; I'm sure he has some invaluable advice there.
Good luck at the tables, and make sure to start at a lower stakes game until you're profitable and comfortable enough with the game.