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The fastest growing area of online poker is entrants in Pot Limit Omaha (PLO) tournaments. It's high variance means it is enjoyed by not only skilled professionals but also new players and here you can find all the PLO tips you may need to be successful in Pot Limit Omaha tournaments. In this section you will find PLO tips, strategy and tournament structure advice to take advantage of the many PLO tournaments available on Betfair Poker. Sign up now at Betfair Poker and see the many tournaments on offer to players of all levels.

Evaluating Pot-Limit Omaha Starting Hands for Straight-Draw Potential

Strong starting hands are sometimes harder to recognize in PLO than in Texas hold'em.

I've been enjoying the recent posts from our friend Matthew Pitt, a.k.a. YorkyPud, in which he's kept us up-to-date on "Pud's Poker Progress." Lately the Pudster has found himself playing a lot more pot-limit Omaha....

Warming Up and Cooling Down

110 Poker Strategy

One of the great properties of the game of poker is there are no physical requirements to play the game. It does not really matter if you are an extremely fit 19-year old or an...

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Matthew Pitt

27 Sep 2011

Why Position Is Vital In Poker

110 Poker Strategy

As a general rule the average poker player in today's game is much more skilled, or at least more knowledgeable, than they were as little as three years ago. There are a number of reasons...

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Matthew Pitt

30 Aug 2011

Raising and cold calling ranges

200 No Limit Holdem

One thing that really separates No Limit Hold'em from Pot Limit Omaha is the huge difference between raising and cold calling ranges between the two games. In No Limit Hold'em, generally the initial raiser (or...

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Dave Allan

4 Jul 2011

Flatting with aces in PLO

210 Pot Limit Omaha

This is one of the hardest things to drill into good Hold'em players when they start playing Pot Limit Omaha - learning to flat with aces in many situations. Although there is certainly a time...

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Dave Allan

20 Jun 2011

PLO - Staying in the game

210 Pot Limit Omaha

One of the interesting things about Pot Limit Omaha, and arguably the thing that makes it by far the most profitable game out there for the astute player at the moment, is how few people...

Bet sizing in Omaha

210 Pot Limit Omaha

Many weak Omaha players have one true love in their life - the pot button. This sits innocuously enough at the side of the betting button, but all too often becomes the instant go to...

Lethal Expectations

210 Pot Limit Omaha

This is a concept that drives most people to distraction in all forms of poker, but perhaps nowhere more so than in Pot Limit Omaha. You raise a nice looking hand, you flop a monster...

The Four Street Game

210 Pot Limit Omaha

One of the core reasons why Pot Limit Omaha has become such a popular game in recent years is the simple fact that play nearly always ends up having to go much further distances than...

Top and bottom pair in Omaha

210 Pot Limit Omaha

This is one of the true devil hands in Pot Limit Omaha, and one which can get you into more trouble than perhaps any other. It's difficulty arises from both how strong it sometimes is,...

Aces and kings in Omaha hi/lo

210 Pot Limit Omaha

One of the most interesting conflicts of hands in Omaha hi/lo arises when we look at how kings and aces compare to each other on various boards. Although aces appear to be a much stronger...

Suited kings in Pot Limit Omaha

210 Pot Limit Omaha

One of the most dangerous and problematic hands in Pot Limit Omaha, suited kings are often strong enough to lean you towards getting a lot of your stack in, but weak enough that you will...

Over estimating implied odds

110 Poker Strategy

One of the biggest mistakes made by weak pot limit and no limit players is to over estimate just how much money they can win later on by calling with a weak hand, hoping to...

Trawling for trips

210 Pot Limit Omaha

One of the most interesting and profitable spots that can arise in Pot Limit Omaha is a scenario where you flop the nut full house, and actually want to bet out immediately. This usually comes...

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