Discussion in 'General' started by c.davide, Nov 28, 2011.
anyone can suggest me a guide for omaha hi/low?
Hmm, I think the newer supersystem covers it. Basically, only play hands that have a high and low potential, usually containing an a-2, but maybe an a-3.
Never draw for half the pot, remember half the pot isn't half the profit.
you want hands that can scoop. emergency lows arent worth much. AAx w/ a low is super strong. A2 isn't that hot if someone else has aces if u r playing big bet. practice online. study your opponents.
Limit or PL? If PL, have a bankroll and yes Doyle's book covers it. There are many other books, just google it. Omaha is a blood game, you really need to be able to have excellent hand reading ability, and be able to fold huge hands. Straights and flushes included. You also cannot play supertight, that's where hand reading comes into play.
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