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I would say no. As long as you know the basics this is easily good enough to beat the micros. When you start talking about mid stakes and GTO theory then it is applicable. But most people play at stakes like NL10 and NL25 where this is unimportant. Simply learn how to play a solid TAG strategy and you will be fine. You should know the basics of pot odds, ...


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I think that you got a very long, drawn out answer above that doesn't really give you any info. So, here it is succinctly - a good Omaha hand gives you a shot at both the high and the low . Period. That makes the ideal Omaha hand something like A23K with suited cards in between, like the A2 and K3 being of the same suit (each pair of the same suit, but ...


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If one is a hold em player, after playing Omaha as a serious student for a time you will notice that with starting hands you will be playing less hands than in Holdem, and if you are playing 8 or better you will be playing even less hands then in Omaha high. Omaha is a drawing game. It is rare for pocket pairs to win straight out at showdown. Big pairs ...


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In the big scheme of things at the poker table there are upsides and downsides to math, as well as with intuitive play. For the sack of clarity, generally speaking intuitive play is doing what you feel is right, and mathematical play is what you figure out is right based on a range of factors. Neither is a strategy, they are how you approach the game. The ...



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