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Omaha Hi-Lo poker is definitely a game I recommend starting off in fixed-limit games, even if you're an experienced Omaha Hi player looking to expand their game a bit. There's a whole different style of play that you'll need to adjust to and these pointers can help you get ready once you've learned the basic rules for Omaha hi lo poker.

Position, Position, Position

As with any poker game, playing too many hands from early position ends up costing many players money in fixed limit Omaha hi-lo poker games. By choosing to play from late position, you have the advantage of seeing your opponents act before you need to make a decision. If several opponents raise ahead of you, then you'll know that that marginal hand you're holding isn't worth the effort. However, if your opponents appear weak then a timely bet in a late position can win the pot. Proper position-oriented play ensures that you lose less money when behind in a hand and get to build and take in a big pot when ahead. Read more…

Pretty much every online poker player starts at the low-stakes tables when they decide to move into real-money games, and the reasons are pretty obvious. A lot of players will tell you that low-stakes games aren't profitable, but that's generally because low-stakes players find themselves in on way more hands than the should be. It's possible and in fact practical to play low-stakes poker for profit if you are comfortable with a longer, slower burn at the table with less action. Think Tight Aggressive and crank it up to about 10% past your usual play.

Preflop Strategies

As with any hold ‘em game, position plays a huge factor in low-stakes online poker games. Early position preflop players want to restrict their play to only the absolute best hands: AA, KK, QQ, JJ, AQ and AK. Limp in with a pocket pair of TT or lower and AJ is always more tempting than it should be. You're better off folding everything else when playing from the blinds or immediately after.
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