Omaha Hold Em: Pot Limit has structured betting where the maximum bet is the pot size. Play two of your four face down cards and three of the five community cards.
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Pot Limit. In Pot Limit Omaha (most popular form of Omaha Poker), the maximum a player can bet is the amount that is in the pot. For example, a $100 bet is the biggest that can be made into a $100 pot. Do note that when playing on Natural8, pot limit will be calculated excluding the antes collected (pre-flop).
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Pot: $2,000 ($1,000 pre-flop + $1,000 pot bet from first to act) Max. bet: $4,000 ( $1,000 pre-flop + $1,000 bet from first to act + $1,000 your call of the first bet. This makes the total pot $3,000, that being the amount of the pot-sized raise. The $3,000 raise plus your $1,000 call makes a total bet of $4,000.)
Most Omaha is played Pot Limit, meaning that the bets are capped on every round. The maximum raise is the total of all bets on the table plus any bet needed to complete the pot. As well as PLO, a lot of cash game action online is played in Omaha Hi-Lo, meaning that half the pot is taken by the highest hand and half the lowest qualifying hand (a hand of five cards from ace to 8 and not including any pairs).
Pot Limit Omaha(PLO) is the most played Omaha Poker variant in India and owing to this popularity, Poker decided to launch its online variant in 2014. PLO involves a high intensity of skill and concentration owing to the restriction of using 2 and only 2 hole cards and the betting limitation to pot limit.
Omaha - PLO - Pot-Limit Omaha - is a poker variation played with four hole cards instead of two. There's a natural similarity to Texas Hold'em which is why many players transition to it. But because there are more combinations, it invites a lot of action.