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Omaha
A fun Poker Game with more choices.
 
 
Omaha is a game where players select 2 cards from the 4 cards dealt to him and 3 cards from the 5 community cards to make a poker hand of cards.
Bare in mind that exactly 2 cards must be used from the 4 cards that you are dealt and exactly 3 cards must be used from the 5 community cards.
In the example above, the player used 7h and 5h (exactly 2 cards) from his hand of 4, and he used 3d, 6d, and 4c (exactly 3 cards) from the community cards to form a straight to 7 (3 4 5 6 7).
 
Omaha Rules and Betting
Here we will teach you how Omaha is played and how the betting rounds work.
 
  Blinds
Before any action takes place. The small and big blind must post the forced bets to play.
The blinds go around clockwise every hand.
 
  Hole cards
Players receive their 4 hole cards and betting starts from under the gun(the person on the left of the big blind).
Betting turn goes around clockwise.
 
  Flop
3 community cards are opened and the second betting round starts.
Betting starts from the left of the button, the small blind.
 
  Turn
The 4th community card is opened.
Betting starts from the left of the button, the small blind.
 
  River
Same as the turn.
The last card is opened and the betting starts from the left of the button, the small blind.
 
  Showdown
After the last betting round, the players that are left all open their hands and see who the winner is.
 
Omaha Hand Rankings
Omaha is a game where players select 2 cards from the 4 cards dealt to him and 3 cards from the 5 community cards to make a poker hand of cards.
The suit of the card does not affect the rank of the hand.
 
  Royal flush
10 J Q K A of the same suit.
  Straight flush
5 cards in sequential order of the same suit.
 
  Four of a kind
Four cards with the same number.
 
  Full House
Trips + one pair makes a full house.
 
  Flush
5 cards of the same suit.
 
  Broadway (Nut straight)
10 J Q K A, any suit.
 
  Straight
5 cards in sequential order, any suit.
 
  Trips (Three of a kind)
3 cards of the same number.
 
  Two pair
4 cards, two one pairs.
 
  One pair
2 cards of the same number.
 
  High card (no pair)
5cards with not even one pair. The highest card (A) wins.