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Description - Winner's Guide to Omaha Poker by Ken Warren

Ken Warren, best-selling author of Winner's Guide to Texas Hold'em Poker, now turns his attention to the latest rage in poker, Omaha High Low poker. In a clear, concise and easy-to-understand style, Warren shows beginner and intermediate Omaha players how to win from the first time they play the game. Covers: the rules, betting and blind structure, why to play Omaha, the advantages of Omaha over Texas Hold'em, glossary, reading the board, basic strategies, Omaha high, Omaha hi-low split 8/better, how to play draws and made hands, evaluation of starting hands, counting outs, computing pot odds, the unique characteristics of split-pot games, the best and worst Omaha hands, how to play before the flop, how to play on the flop, how to play on the turn and river, and tournament strategy. Loaded with specific examples of how to play the most common winning - and losing - hands. A winning, easy-to-read guide to Omaha Hi-Lo poker, the newest and latest rage in poker.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781580421027
ISBN-10: 1580421024
Format: Paperback
(216mm x 140mm x mm)
Pages: 224
Imprint: Cardoza Publishing,U.S.
Publisher: Cardoza Publishing,U.S.
Publish Date: 17-Jun-2003
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Ken Warren

Ken Warren is the author of the largest selling hold'em book of all time, Winner's Guide to Texas Hold'em Poker, and a multiple tournament winner so good that Las Vegas poker rooms asked him not to play in their tournaments to give other players a chance. In August, 1992, Warren played in and won the very first hand of legal poker dealt in Mississippi in this century