Outs and Board Reading in Omaha
Jim Green discusses how to read hands and outs in Omaha8
Written by Jim Green
Reading the board in Omaha is perhaps one of the most difficult things about the game. Even at showdown, it can sometimes take a while (when you're not playing online) to be sure just who has the best hands. With six possible combinations of cards to fit the board, it's possible for eveb experienced players to be blindsided. I've put together a few quick examples for you to practise on.
1) You have As 2s Kc Kd, Opponent One has Ac Ah Jc Th, Opponent Two has 2c 3c 4s Ks
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