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  4-Sep-15, 19:18   #1
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klash23 
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Anyone playing the party blog Omaha game?I am but on my table every hand is taking about 5 minutes to play........everything seems to be freezing....anyone else getting this????

     
  4-Sep-15, 19:56   #2
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pinotte 
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I am playing it but no problem.

     
  4-Sep-15, 20:00   #3
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klash23 
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Thanks Pinotte....can you do me a favour and log onto my table and see if it is just me with the freezing.I am playing on 888 no problem and google fine. Smile
Doesn't matter...I found out that my zoom table was running in the background for some reason...sorted now......just a pity I have no idea how to play Omaha hi lo and in 25th place 60 left from 472 Smile Still don't know what a lo hand consists of. Confused
finished now but quite pleased. Smile

Edited by klash23 (Friday, September 04, 2015 @ 20:24 GMT)


     
  4-Sep-15, 21:10   #4
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Mober 
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The low hand is from A to 8, with best hand A,2,3,4,5.

     
  4-Sep-15, 21:15   #5
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demodawggy 

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... Big Smile< Yes,....this is the form of poker where ABsolute jUnK wins,.... SO,...because I HATE this game,....BUT are GREEDY for cash,...I just keep max raising until I either KILL it or get KILLED... Sleepy

... Big Smile< Which is precisely what happened toDAY... Tongue


... Big Smile< All I REALLY wanted was that $1 tic... Smile

     
  4-Sep-15, 21:38   #6
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pinotte 
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Sorry klash i did not see your post so did not go see your table.

I said before that i did not like tis game and i was no good at it. Last time i played it made final table for something around $36.00T

And today i just finished in 14th place for $2.80T i wont be able to say that i dont like the game anymore. Made a mistake just before that cost me many chips could have done better. Smile

     
  4-Sep-15, 23:22   #7
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bowie1984 

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Posted by klash23:
Anyone playing the party blog Omaha game?I am but on my table every hand is taking about 5 minutes to play........everything seems to be freezing....anyone else getting this????

Maybe Mr. Freeze being dealt here from Batman. Victor Fries always have some Aces up his sleeves.

     
  5-Sep-15, 09:39   #8
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damosk 
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I am so stupid. I fully intended to play the PartyPoker blog game last night, but couldn't see the game registering for its usual seven o'clock start....stupid me forgot that of course sometimes it's omaha and the mobile game doesn't support Omaha. I really must remember this in future.

     
  5-Sep-15, 14:37   #9
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klash23 
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I nearly forgot as well and when I went to the PP blog page I couldn't find the password for ages......it said it would give clues but all I saw was a pokerfest advert.....15 minutes of searching the internet ,PP twitter and facebook I think "Oh the password could just be pokerfest".......what a dumbass I am Smile .
As for Hi Lo.....I just went for the Hi and it worked out not too bad and went out flush V flush.
Pinotte.....You were doing pretty damn well every time I looked,maybe if you spent some time on Omaha you could be very good at it. Smile

     
  5-Sep-15, 17:21   #10
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Mober 
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In omaha hi/lo you either gonna do very good or very bad Smile
There are many players that only chase the low hands, betting with them from preflop
till river.
The best thing is to start shoving when you have both hi and lo. There you can "eat"
some money from splitting Smile

     
  5-Sep-15, 18:38   #11
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Heskor 
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Depends on what omaha you are talking about i dont know the rules for omaha hi low but knows for pot omaha just rusty and always liked it but lose too much money as it is more complicated , anyway good luck mate, you could put up a blog and we can watch how you doing and so on, cheers im out for now going to watch some matches place some bets and win if possible for the night, cheers peace out mate have fun again at the tables!

     
  6-Sep-15, 00:16   #12
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bowie1984 

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Posted by Mober:
In omaha hi/lo you either gonna do very good or very bad Smile
There are many players that only chase the low hands, betting with them from preflop
till river.
The best thing is to start shoving when you have both hi and lo. There you can "eat"
some money from splitting Smile

That is the key. Your opening hands in Hi/Lo should be good enough for both pots. It's not rocket science - omaha have many starting hands/positions but playing simple TAG is really good strategy in it.

     
  6-Sep-15, 03:19   #13
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superthight 

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very good game of omaha but its hard to win simultanously because of to many possible cards to come so as to many players calling .not like holdem that has bluff strategy but goodluck any one of you. Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Thumbs Up Worship Worship

     
  6-Sep-15, 15:01   #14
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klash23 
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I find Omaha a really good game to play and it is definitely a game where your hand changes so quickly.I did notice that the Lo hands did not feature very often.I think Omaha to learn with real money could be very costly for naive hold em players so probably not for me. Smile

     
  6-Sep-15, 15:20   #15
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pinotte 
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In the tournament i made two mistake that were very costly. These mistake i made because i am not a regular player of Omaha specially HI/LO. The first one i have the low for sure with 1 2 3 4 5 but the big stack bet was so big with 3 suited card on the board that i forgot the low thinking just about the high and a folded loosing the chips i had in i could have split and recover. The second one the board had A A and 7 7 again i forgot that i need two of my cards for the hand and though that i had a full i called with my 3 aces and small kicker and lost to a bigger kicker. Aww crap! Aww crap! Aww crap!


     
  7-Sep-15, 00:26   #16
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bowie1984 

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Posted by klash23:
I find Omaha a really good game to play and it is definitely a game where your hand changes so quickly.I did notice that the Lo hands did not feature very often.I think Omaha to learn with real money could be very costly for naive hold em players so probably not for me. Smile

Yeah, I was constantly outplayed in it on low stakes tables at the old Unibet site - by UK players. Was still fun though.

     
  7-Sep-15, 15:25   #17
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klash23 
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Hey Bowie.....you may have played me at Unibet Smile That was one of the first sites where I played Omaha on a regular basis......until I realised that winning and losing a 100BB full stack every few hands was not for me. Smile

     
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