Full Tilt Poker offers a variety of Omaha Hi games, which are similar to Hold’em with respect to betting and blinds but differ in the number of hole cards players are dealt.

Below is a list of the Omaha Hi variations available.

Omaha

This game is a variant of Hold’em, played with four hole cards instead of two. At showdown, the best five-card hand using exactly two of your hole cards and three cards from the board wins. Unlike Hold’em, you may not use more than three cards from the board.

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5-Card Omaha

This game is a variant of Omaha in which players are dealt five hole cards instead of four. Following the flop, 5-Card Omaha proceeds similarly to a standard Omaha hand, with players using two of their hole cards and three cards from the board to make the best five-card hand.

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Courchevel

This Omaha Hi game, in which players are dealt five hole cards, introduces the flopet (a single shared community card dealt before the flop and the initial round of betting). On the flop, two more community cards are dealt. At showdown, the best five-card hand using two of your hole cards and three cards from the board wins.

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6-Card Omaha

This game is a variant of Omaha in which players are dealt six hole cards instead of four. Following the flop, 6-Card Omaha proceeds similarly to a standard Omaha hand, with players using two of their hole cards and three cards from the board to make the best five-card hand.

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