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Ed Miller on Limit Omaha High Starting Hands

Posted by pmpoker on May 2, 2007

MIller writes:

In a loose limit Omaha high-only game, you’re basically looking to flop one of three things after the flop: a wrap straight draw (or straight), a nut flush draw (or nut flush), or a big set.

I’m not experienced in limit omaha high, but that’s probably how I would play it.

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2 Responses to “Ed Miller on Limit Omaha High Starting Hands”

  1. garycarson said

    Actually what you’re looking for is two of the three, not one of the three.

    Miller gets it wrong surprisingly often.

  2. Dawg said

    Actually you’re REALLY looking to flop all THREE of the 3…where can we read Gary Carson’s pearls of wisdom? Nowhere…

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