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I constantly played Pot Limit Omaha and little by little I will improve my way of playing, learning a little every day and especially learning seeing other people play.
It is a game of very different characteristics of the known Texas hold 'em though I think that the two have one thing in common. One has to be daring and risk-taking in a few times.
It's a fun game, exciting and let our tensions to flow in a way that we have no desire to stop.
I'm still learning how to win, it's hard to win when you're daring opponents with more experience than you.
I will continue playing, improving and learning more every game.
Friends, if you do not know this type of poker, know, you will be enchanted.
We'll see maybe in one of those tables on any given day.
PLO is very funny! I like to play it a lot. Some of differences in PLO is the pot control through the pot limit of betting, reading hands and using outs, blockers and eliminating dominated outs. That's a game to get money. It's good learn its concepts and apply some of them in NLH. I think that learning other modalities we improve our game in NLH.
ive played omaha and can never and i mean never win at omaha. That game i feel takes a differant type of skill and i became a poker player by playing texas hold em and it took me alot of losing to be id say better then average, I dont think i have the time or the money to learn omaha
I also play Omaha sometimes, but I like Hold'em more.
I play poker for 5 months. A large selection of Hold'em tournaments allows me to always find an interesting tournament for myself. Unfortunately, there is no such choice of tournaments from Omaha.
Omaha takes a long time to learn, start off at the lowest stakes and stay there until you have a thorough understanding of the basics.
Lesson number one in Omaha is to realise you only know if your hand is good after the river has been dealt, you cannot win in Omaha by being passive, if you have a good hand bet, bet and bet again.
Sometimes I play Omaha when I get a little bored with nl holdem. I usually only play the micro stakes and find with a good understanding of the game, the games are soft. With that being said, there are bigger swings in Omaha which can be frustrating when running bad.