Omaha Hi Lo Poker

omaha hi lo poker


Omaha Hi/Lo is that one poker game which can land you the biggest pots on a consistent basis. It is this high frequency of big pots in Omaha Hi/Lo that has led to a surge in its popularity. It is becoming a popular online poker game where the pot is split between the highest and the lowest 5 card combination.

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Types of Omaha Hi/Lo Poker Games

  1. Pot Limit Hi/Lo Poker – This is the most popular variant of Omaha hi/lo poker, in this a player can bet what is in the pot at the time of betting (i.e. Rs. 100 into a Rs100 pot).

  2. No Limit Hi/Lo Poker  - A player can bet any amount that can go up to all of their chips.

  3. Fixed Limit Hi/Lo Poker -There is a specific betting limit applied in each game and on each round of betting.

Pot Limit Omaha Hi/lo poker is the most played Omaha Poker variant in India and owing to this popularity, adda52 decided to launch a Pot-limit online variant of Omaha hi/lo poker. PLO involves a high intensity of skill and concentration owing to the restriction of using 2 and only 2 hole cards and the betting limitation to the pot limit. Omaha is played using 1 deck (52 cards deck) and shuffles at every hand starts. 

Goal of Omaha Hi/Lo

Each player in Omaha Hi/Lo or Omaha High-Low or Omaha 8 as it is sometimes called is dealt 4 private cards and each player can use exactly 2 of these in conjunction to 3 from the 5 community cards. The goal of Omaha Hi/Lo is to make two hands- one the highest 5 card combination and another lowest 5 card combination. The pot is then split between the highest and the lowest 5 card combination.

At, you can play this popular poker variant of Omaha Hi/Lo which has certain qualifications for a low hand. Because this game involves a lot of understanding, it is advisable to acquaint yourself with the game rules. To make this learning easier for you, we have divided our tutorial section into various parts-

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