This is a discussion on Pot Limit Omaha 1/2 within the online poker forums, in the Cash Games section; Here where I live, it is common in PLO tables, the players goes all in pre-flop all the time, and often we can see multiples
Here where I live, it is common in PLO tables, the players goes all in pre-flop all the time, and often we can see multiples allins, like 9 to 1, allins in 4 way or more. In your countries have tables like this? How do you do in this cases?
I play a lot of PLO but I don't usually see people go all-in pre-flop and if you don't like when people do that then I would advise you to just search for another table to play at. I play in the US and I don't see people go all in in my country.
If players constantly go all in for preflop, immediately look for another table for
If players constantly go all in for preflop, immediately look for another table for which you can change seats. Usually, before I start playing, I choose the table for a long time and carefully, watch the game for a few minutes and then just join the game. In my country, too, there are different tables, there are those on which constantly go in and there are more adequate tables
I would never play in a table like that. Before I played real money poker I played on the WSOPapp and I have only ever won 2 pre-flop all-ins out of almost 100. Omaha is a flop game, and even with the best pre-flop hand of AAKK double suited I have still seen mainly losses
Been playing more live Omaha than online. And I find that there are lot more times I seem Allin preflop with multiple players in live than online. Also it’s table dependent. It’s usually starts off with at least two players who open agressively and soon one or all of the table who were conservative preflop will take their chances going all in with the loose players who are really playing bingo.