Before starting the game, it is always necessary to appoint a dealer, so that in turn all participants have played this role at the end of the game. Once you have chosen the dealer, the two players to the left of the latter deposit the blind: the first, the small blind and the big blind. These are the minimum bets and required to be made before the first card is dealt. When players followed, until you get to the dealer, have received and seen their four cards, will retire, continue to bet the value of the big blind and raise. The word will finally return to those who are blind in place, which in turn will be able to withdraw, draw the bet or raise. This phase of the game is called, as in Texas Hold’em, the flop. Five community cards are placed in the center of the table. During the flop, the dealer will have three girarne to show its value to all players. Before going to turn you make a second bet or raise, or the dealer will reveal another paper. The last community card, called the river, will be unveiled after the third raise. Finally, before the showdown, we will do a final round of betting among the remaining players.
We are now at the end of the game and it is time to know the winner. It’s time for each player, to compose the final hand with two cards in hand, combined with three community cards. The last point will have to reveal their hand first: this is one of the peculiarities of Omaha Poker. Only in High is always the best hand to win the pot, unless the two players tie with the hands of the same value. In this case they must split the prize. On the contrary, in High-Low, the pot will be split between those who have the strongest hand and who has the weaker hand, provided of course that both are still in the game.