Omaha Poker

Omaha Poker is relatively easy to play and to get the game underway the players to the left of the dealer button have to both post blind bets which are equal to half the limit they are playing at, this limit depends on the game rules and stakes displayed by the Poker Room you are playing at.

A Dealer Button which is a white dice will be placed onto the table next to the current Dealer and it is at this poisition that the action starts, this then moves just one person to the right for every new game that is dealt.

After the Poker Players whose turn it is have placed their blinds then each player will be dealt by the Poker room Dealer, four cards which are always dealt face down, next the player to the left of the dealer is obliged to commence the betting, all of the players then take it in turn to either Call the blinds, Raise the blinds or Fold their hands.

After this initial round of betting has been completed what is termed as the Flop will be dealt. This is just three community cards which all of the players can choose to combine these with their already dealt cards to make the best hand possible.

Once the Flop have been dealt the player who is sat on the left of the button can now commence the second round of betting. Once the second round of betting is over then the Dealer the deals out and turns face up just one additional community card, this card is known as the turn.

After the Dealer has done this then the next round of wagering begins which is known as the third round of betting then when all bets have been made the Dealer will turn over the last of the community cards this card is termed the river.

Players can now clearly see all five of the face up community cards and the objective for each player who is still in the game is to make the best five card poker hand. Players have to use a combination of two of their four pocket cards and any three of the five community cards.

When river card has been dealt then the last stage of betting commences and this is the players final chance to bet before the cards are all shown and a winner is declared.

The winner will be the Players who has the best hand with two pocket cards and any three of the community cards.