The popularity of Omaha has spread across the nation and the world. In Omaha, you are dealt four cards and then a total of five cards are dealt face up in the middle of the table which become community cards. Everyone must use three of those cards and two from their hand to make the best five possible cards. This total of nine playable cards makes for lots of action and lots of betting and calling "on the come." The pots are often huge. It takes a bit of getting acquainted with the game because of the rule of using two cards from your hand and three from the board. It is obvious immediately that you need big hands to win in Omaha. With the game now played high and low with the eight qualifier, "building" a hand that wins both ways is by far the most profitable. Because of the split pot, the ace, which can be used both high and low, becomes an incredibly important card.
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Andy Nelson has traveled the nation playing poker from Alaska to Florida, New Jersey to California. He has become an astute poker player who is adept at reading the cards and faces of his opponents. He has mastered the technicalities and the nuances of poker.Review:
"I am very impressed with the content of Andy's books as well as his ability to communicate his message to the reader." -- Ben Kearley, Seattle, WA
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Descripción Pokerbook Pr, 1991. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0945983107