Welcome to Low Limit Omaha Strategy and Tactics.
If you have never played Limit Omaha Hi-Lo (also known as Omaha-8) at small stakes tables then you are in for a wild ride. Many of your opponents will be clueless and huge amounts of money will go in the pot and to the untrained eye the result of every hand seems to be dumb random luck. The truth is, though, that Omaha is not a lottery and that it is easier to beat a low limit game of Omaha than just about any other kind of poker when you are up against weak opponents.
We'll give you the Omaha strategy you need to start winning right away!
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Read Who This Site Is For. We do make some assumptions about your skill level (that you know the mechanics of playing the game). If you don't know how to play we give you some tips to get started.
You may find our Reviews, Low Limit Poker Forum (over 20,000 posts and growing) and Low Limit Blog useful resources. If you're looking for a place to play online poker check out our review pages under Playing Online and also look at our Online Poker Room Information page for a large list of online cardrooms.
Note that our starting hands are specifically tailored for games where five or more people are involved in the hand. If you are playing in a tighter game you need to make some adjustments and we talk about those adjustments a lot in our Low Limit Poker Forum.
Resources for American Players
Omaha may be less popular than Hold'Em but it's still easy to find a game online. There's some great resources on the web now like PokerSites.com who list all the options for American players. Whatever the level of game you're wanting, and no matter what stakes, pretty much all the main poker sites now offer some great games. CardsChat is often seen as the 'go to' site for the savvy poker player, Omaha and Hold'em alike.
All in all, there are still viable options for players who want to play on us poker sites.
As far as mobile poker players, there are options for to play poker ipad and iphone alike, although we'd caution against playing at high stakes on cell networks if connection stability is questionable.
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