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Moving From No-Limit Hold’em To Pot-Limit Omaha

by Gavin Griffin |  Published: Aug 28, 2019

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In the last issue, I discussed my reasons for preferring pot-limit Omaha as a cash game over no-limit hold’em. Mainly, I prefer the game because it’s more forgiving to recreational players and more friendly to people who are interested in playing more hands. In this issue, I’m going to discuss some of my biggest tips for transitioning from no-limit hold’em to pot-limit Omaha. While I said above that it’s a game that is more forgiving to players that want to play looser, that doesn’t mean that it’s a good strategy overall. Most people tend to come over from no-limit hold’em and think “I’ve got four cards; every hand looks playable.” Some even say it out loud! This is not really true. If you want to be a profitable player, you can still play lots of hands, but they still have to be structurally sound. What I mean when I say ...


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