I prefer to play holdem.In the varieties of the Omaha, I like only Hi/Lo. Many people say that in Omaha, they are too many cards for everybody to get a lot of combinations and can agree with that. The reason that I play only Omaha Hi/Lo is that there if you can not take the high hand you can chop with low hand. There you are struggling to have both good hands (high and low).
Hold'em brings more action, more aggressive playing, more bluffing...
Omaha is calmer, but the dispersion of cards and combinations is wider. It means in almost every hand anyone can have nuts.
And I meet the bluff very rare, usually there is just low combination, but not aggressive bluff.
I prefer Omaha, but play Holdem more... because of many different types of games in holdem( Pokerstars can't offer the same in Omaha(
Omaha is a lot of fun, cash game Omaha is an opportunity to really earn, but playing Omaha tournaments is not easy, it is much more difficult to read the opponent than in hold'em. pot limit Omaha is suitable for the tournament great) it's easy to Play, and when you make a mistake it's not too scary
I always play holdem and I think holdem is better for me.
in holdem, I have easier calculations in math and pots adds and other thing is easy for me.
Holdem Poker has more accurate accounting programs.
I don't have to think it twice , I choose Omaha for fun , but seriously the NLH games . For fun , PLO comes first , all these ups and downs , the many possible outcomes , the more hands to play and win with , the loosiveness of the game , guarantee a lot of thrill and excitement . But when it comes to profit or a game where I am better , it's NLH , without discussion , seriously when I play PLO , it ends in frustration and losses , but relaxed and in fun time mode , it's good to play it , without worrying for the money lost . When I win sth more for my bankroll , I would definetely try micro PLO for fun (or Zoom , or casino slots )
I have pretty much played holdem exclusively my entire life, but I have dabbled recently on freerolls and low limits and LOVE Omaha. My question for the more experienced players, do you find that a higher amount of people playing Omaha online are higher level? There definitely isn't the volume of players, so not sure if that means the competition is more difficult or lots of players like me.