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Learning Pot-Limit Omaha

A natural transition for hold’em players

by Matthew Hilger |  Published: Jun 22, 2009


Over the last several years, I have felt a little lazy. I’ve wanted to start learning new games, but I’ve always focused on hold’em. My bread-and-butter game starting out was limit hold’em. I then got into no-limit tournaments, which were really a different beast altogether. With my focus currently on my publishing company, websites, and family (three babies in five years doesn’t allow for tons of free time), I don’t have nearly the time to play that I used to have. So, I’ve tried to concentrate the time that I do have on refining my tournament play. Every year, all of my poker playing was geared for the World Series. I continually improved my tournament play, with the goal of doing my very best in Vegas. Unfortunately, my cash-game play has suffered as a result, simply because I haven’t been playing a lot of cash games. I have played an ...

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