Tadas Peckaitis offers players just starting out in their Pot Limit Omaha journeys three tips to keep in mind. Even if you’re a No Limit Hold’em expert, the differences between it and PLO are such — and the variance so much greater — that these tips will prove exceptionally valuable.
The Bernard Lee Poker Show interviews three-time WPT champion and two-time WSOP bracelet winner, Anthony Zinno, who describes his experiences during the 2020 Shooting Star Bay 101 Main Event, which ended in a 10-way chop with Zinno finishing in 8th place.
Poker fans the world over are basking in the afterglow of Phil Galfond’s momentous comeback to defeat VeniVidi1993 in the first match of the Galfond Challenge.
In a contest that captured the imaginations of so many in the poker community, there are a number of long-term takeaways that we can all get from the now-completed saga. Here’s a list of our top 10.
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As more and more players are mastering Texas Hold’em, the game is slowly but surely diminishing in popularity. New poker variants like Short Deck Hold’em and stalwarts like Pot Limit Omaha (PLO) are standing at the ready to provide the excitement that “fun players” are looking for. Perhaps the clock is ticking on NLHE’s reign atop poker’s throne?
As more and more players transition from Hold’em to PLO in order to try and gain an edge in a game that fewer players are skilled at, it becomes that much more important to know what you’re getting into when you make the transition.
If you’re able to begin playing pot limit omaha with these tips in mind, you’ll be far better prepared for what the game will throw at you and hopefully have a leg up on other players transitioning over from Hold’em.