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  • New player - help

    Hi all,

    Was playing Omaha H/L

    My opp had 4,K,A,3

    I had K, K, K, 5

    The board was J, A , Q ,10 , 2

    we had had straights - 10 to A,

    how did i lose ?

  • #2
    Hi AsianPokerJ

    Thanks for your post, and welcome to PokerSchoolOnLine.

    This link will help you find your way around and point you to all the great features available.

    Regarding your posted question, may i suggest that you post your question in one of the appropriate Hand Analysis forums, that way you will get a response from one of our hand analysis experts to help you.

    Thanks again, good luck at the tables.
    Moderator

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    • #3
      In Omaha you must use 2 cards from your hand and three from the board. Your opponent had a straight and you have a pair of kings. It takes a little while to get used to this rule since it's different in Holdem.

      Bracelet Winner


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      • #4
        Hello and welcome , hope you have a nice time at pokerstars, and on the forum.

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