This is free version of well known Omaha Hi/Lo Poker. Owing to its frequently large pots, Omaha Hi/Lo (also called "Omaha High Low", "Omaha H/L", "Omaha/8" or "Omaha 8-or-better") has become a...
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A fairly good starting hand in Omaha Hi-Lo. Like Texas Hold’em, the object of Omaha is to make the best possible five-card hand, using a combination of hole cards and five community cards. In Omaha, however, players are dealt four hole cards, and must make a five-card hand using exactly two hole cards and three community cards.
As the name suggests, Omaha hi-lo is a "split-pot" version of Omaha poker in which players compete for both the "high" and "low" halves of the pot.
Omaha Hi/Lo is played with an ‘8-or-better’ qualifier, which means that a low hand must consist of five different cards - ranked eight or below - to be eligible to win the low portion of the pot. Low hands in Omaha Hi/Lo are determined in exactly the same way they're determined in 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo. If there is no qualifying low hand, the high hand wins the entire pot.
Free Omaha and Omaha Hi/Lo Poker Games They say variety is the spice of life, so why not mix your poker games up a little? At Replay Poker, the home of free-to-play online poker games , Omaha has never had the same vast amount of television coverage as Texas Hold’em , At Replay Poker, you never have to pay a cent to take part in Omaha ring games, Sit’N’Go or multi-table tournaments, which start around the clock.
Omaha Hi-Lo, also known as Omaha High-Low, O8 and Omaha 8-or-Better, is one of the most popular and entertaining forms of poker in the world. If you’ve played Omaha High or Pot-Limit Omaha before, Omaha Hi-Lo is played according to almost identical rules.