Omaha Holdem Poker

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(https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Omaha_hi_showdown1.jpg) Omaha (also called Omaha Hold’em or Omaha Holdem) is a variation of poker community cards, comprising, like Texas hold’em, five community cards, but four hole cards to each player instead of two. In addition, each player must make the … Read More

Flop in Texas Hold’em and Omaha

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In the different variants of poker community cards that are used, as in the case of Texas Hold’em or Omaha, the 3 flop cards that are placed face up on the table is the second of the four rounds of … Read More

Blind

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The blinds is a term used to describe the two forced bets posted by players to the left of the dealer in flop-style poker games. The blinds exist because Omaha and Texas hold ’em are generally played without antes, allowing … Read More

Omaha hold ’em

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Omaha hold ’em (or Omaha holdem or simply Omaha) is a community card poker game (“flop game”) similar to Texas hold ’em, where each player is dealt four cards and must make his best hand using exactly two of them, … Read More

Nut hand

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In poker, the nut hand, or just the nuts, is the strongest hand possible in any particular situation. The term applies mostly to community card poker games to mean the individual holding that makes the strongest hand possible with the … Read More

Slang names for poker hands

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In poker, players may often use slang terms for particular types of hands. Though most are recent neologisms, others date to poker’s antiquity. All such slang terms typically connect a common concept (from life experience or storytelling) to the hand, … Read More

Blind

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The blinds is a term used to describe the two forced bets posted by players to the left of the dealer in flop-style poker games. The blinds exist because Omaha and Texas hold ’em are generally played without antes, allowing … Read More