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Omaha Hi/Lo

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Basic Starting Hands:

The most important decisions in Omaha high-low are made pre-flop. It is therefore crucial that you know which hands to play and which not to play. Of course, the hands you play vary according to the information you have when making a decision.
Omaha high-low is hand driven game, meaning that there is not much bluffing involved and usually the player with the best hand wins. The best starting hands have good potential to win both the high and the low.


Premium Starting Hands

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It is essential that you consider how all of the hands above vary in strength, depending on the x-card/s and whether or not the hand is non-suited, suited or double-suited. For example, an A-2-K-K double-suited is significantly stronger than an A-2-Q-8 non-suited, even though both hands belong in the A-2-x-x category. Furthermore, an A-A-K-K double-suited is quite a bit stronger than an A-A-Q-7 non-suited, etc.
All x-cards containing a 6-9 usually weaken the hand. However, in general, all of these combinations are strong hands in loose Omaha high-low.


The Top Ten List


1. Double-suited

2. Double-suited

3. Suited

4. Double-suited

5. Suited

6. Double-suited

7. Non-suited

8. Double-suited

9. Double-suited

10. Double-suited


Playable Starting Hands























(suited Ace)





(fold if there is no Ace on the flop.)









(fold if there is no Ace on the flop).
Any four cards between a Ten and an Ace.