Pot Limit Omaha Strategy

As more and more people are developing their skills at Texas Holdem, those once easy games are getting much more difficult to beat. This is where Pot Limit Omaha comes in. PLO is a version of Holdem that is gaining popularity. Many players are looking for an alternative to Texas Holdem, either to find easier games or add more fun and variety to their poker experience.

Because PLO is relatively new to many, it’s considered much fishier than holdem these days and can provide the skilled player a bigger edge! Read our Pot Limit Omaha articles to learn more about the game, or visit our Omaha Hi-Lo section for articles on that version of Omaha.




Heads Up Versus ‘TT’

Heads Up Versus ‘TT’

The bluff-raise Here are two hands that I played in heads-up post-flop confrontations against my buddy "TT" in my weekly 50¢-$1 ($100 minimum/$200 maximum) pot-limit Omaha (PLO) game on the electronic tables in the poker room at Excalibur in Las Vegas.
The Basic Floats in PLO

The Basic Floats in PLO

Naked, weak-stab, and semibluff In my last column, I discussed the basics of floating in pot-limit Omaha (PLO) and identified the key indicators - the weak stab, the continuation-bet, and a possible steal bet - that a float may be in order.