Pot-limit Omaha (PLO) is growing fast online. This version of poker may not yet be as ubiquitous as Texas no-limit Hold'em, but it has enjoyed an impressive surge in recent years as more and more players are discovering its potential for delivering big wins.
PLO is generally considered to be a more challenging game than Hold'em and most players (even good ones) struggle to make the transition smoothly. With more hole cards dealt to each player (four instead of two) there are more possibilities to create winning hands. This makes reading the game, and backing yourself, much harder to do – especially pre-flop.
To address some of these difficulties, this guide puts together some tips and strategies for players looking to make the switch successfully and add decent PLO skills to their poker repertoire.