A form of poker that continues to grow in popularity is Omaha eight-or-better high-low split, which is often abbreviated as qOmaha/8q in print. You?ll find an Omaha/8 game in virtually every cardroom--brick and mortar or on the Internet. Yet, Omaha/8 is widely misunderstood. As a result, better players stand to make a significant profit in the game. This book provides a much needed and useful tool for poker players interested in improving their game.Wea#39;ll never know for sure, but it seems likely that Omaha was invented by hold a#39; em players wanting better action. ... After all, even the weakest Texas hold a#39;em players have learned that hands like 9-3, 7-2, and a raft of others just cana#39;t be played ... After all, only one hand can win the pot a or in the case of Omaha/8, two of them: a high hand and a low one. ... There are some exceptions to this, like when youa#39;ve got a wraparound straight draw with 20 outs thata#39;s favored over handsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Winning Omaha/8 Poker|
|Author||:||Mark Tenner, Lou Krieger|
|Publisher||:||ConJelCo LLC - 2003-01-01|