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  • Title: Pot-Limit Omaha Poker
  • Author: Jeff Hwang
  • ISBN: 9780818407260
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Paperback
  • Are You Ready For The Next Wave Of Poker If you ve never tried Pot Limit Omaha, you re missing out on the most exciting, most lucrative cash game around Omaha has long been the most popular form of poker in Europe, and now it s spreading like wildfire throughout North America The reason is simple Omaha offers action and bigger pots than Texas Hold em Isn t it tiAre You Ready For The Next Wave Of Poker If you ve never tried Pot Limit Omaha, you re missing out on the most exciting, most lucrative cash game around Omaha has long been the most popular form of poker in Europe, and now it s spreading like wildfire throughout North America The reason is simple Omaha offers action and bigger pots than Texas Hold em Isn t it time you got in on it Whether you re a cash game professional or poker hobbyist and whether you play live or online this book will arm you with a winning big play strategy that s easy to master even if you ve never played Omaha before You ll discover the subtle distinctions that set Omaha above other games Key topics include The Big Play Objectives The Power of the Big DrawStraight Draws and Starting Hand ConstructionPlaying the Position GameLimit Omaha Hi Lo and Pot Limit Omaha Hi LoComplete with practice situations and hand quizzes, this is the most comprehensive Omaha book available and the only one you ll ever need Jeff Hwang is a semi professional poker player and an investment analyst who regularly writes about the gaming industry for the Motley Fool, a well known website about stocks and investing A graduate of Washington University in St Louis with a B.S B.A in both finance and management, Jeff has been an advantage player since 1999, when he took an interest in blackjack After he graduated college, Jeff picked up poker, and he has been playing semi professionally ever since His regular lineup includes Pot Limit Omaha and Omaha Hi Lo, with the occasional No Limit Hold em game The material in this book is the result of playing various Omaha games nearly exclusively for over eighteen months, both live and online Jeff lives in St Louis eight months of the year and spends time in Fort Lauderdale, Washington, D.C and on the road the rest.
    Pot Limit Omaha Poker Are You Ready For The Next Wave Of Poker If you ve never tried Pot Limit Omaha you re missing out on the most exciting most lucrative cash game around Omaha has long been the most popular form of po

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    1. This book was a good read It corrected a lot of the leaks in my game and was also able to introduce the hi lo aspects of the game in a clear and concise manner.

    2. I only did read the omaha Hi part, but it was great I can believe this is the best beginner PLO book I will read his other PLO books 3 volumes

    3. Keep in mind that this book was written by and for PLO 9 handed LIVE games In that sentence alone you can tell how outdated this book is that is, if you were to read it in a literal way.However, if you re a NLH player who s completely new to PLO, then I recommend reading at least the first half of this book with an open mind Hwang does a fantastic job introducing us noobs to the types and relative strength of PLO starting hands, he s very thorough when it comes to that, and that alone will save [...]

    4. Jeff Hwang, Pot Limit Omaha Poker The Big Play Strategy Lyle Stuart, 2008 Omaha is a wonderful game It s second only to Cincinnati as my favorite poker variant and no one plays Cincinnati any, not even in Europe , and I play Omaha and Omaha split tournaments whenever I can I ve read a few books on the game over the years, but none of them has ever been comprehensive until now Pot Limit Omaha Poker The Big Play Strategy attempts to teach the reader how to minimize the variance as much as possible [...]

    5. Deep and insightful, this technical book is required to be read twice to really get the practical elements of PL Omaha Hi play I had to read it again Absolutely NOT a book for beginners and in fact, a beginner applying these techniques would lose a lot of money because you have to have the long time playing discipline to put those bluff bets out there Beginners will not and when they do, face the problem of just being called.

    6. really good introduction very clear analysis of the basics of what hands are good and what flops are good very little detail beyond that, but anyone with a moderate background in NLH can fill in most of the blanks Lots of hand examples and a series of hand quiz examples in the back that are helpful.I skipped the Hi Lo sections.

    7. If you re learning the game, it s a great overview and if you ve had trouble with proper betting and hand reading and I have this is a fantastic book I learned quite a bit and improved my game drastically I hope to be able to show a monetary benefit from the knowledge in the near future.

    8. If you don t have any background in Omaha where I was at at the time this is a great place to start I would suggest at least some basic strategy knowledge in poker beforehand though.

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