Omaha is one of the most popular poker games at the moment, with roots in Texas Hold’em.
Each player receives four cards that only he sees. Five community cards are dealt face up and form a “board”. In Omaha, all players use exactly three of the community cards, along with exactly two of their face-up cards, to build the best five-card poker hand.
In Omaha pot limit and no limit, the worth of the blinds is mentioned in the naming of the game itself (for example, in $ 1 / $ 2 Omaha, the small blind is $ 1 and the big blind is $ 2).
The player to the left of the big blind is first to go.
In a fixed limit game, the big blind is a small number of bets and the small blind is half the big blind, but may be larger in the presence of bets. For example, in a $ 2 / $ 4 fixed limit game, the small blind is $ 1 and the big blind is $ 2. But in a $ 15 / $ 30 fixed limit game, the small blind is $ 10 and the big blind is $ 15.
Now each player uses his four hidden cards. Bet to continue in a clockwise direction, starting with the player after the big blind.