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Pot limit Omaha poker (Italian) Paperback – 2009

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Product details

  • Paperback
  • Publisher: DGS3 (2009)
  • Language: Italian
  • ISBN-10: 8896065100
  • ISBN-13: 978-8896065105
  • Product Dimensions: 20.8 x 15 x 2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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I'm a big fan of this book and there are a lot of good things to say about it:

- It's well written, accessible and an easy read. The type of book you could read in a couple of sittings if you felt like it.
- Hwang assumes no pre-knowledge of Omaha and he takes you through the basics step by step
- Having covered the basics, he follows up with a very decent coverage of how to play the full ring pot limit game
- He also includes short but excellent chapters on limit and pot limit Omaha hi low.
- There is good and appropriate use of humour throughout. The personal stories including his bad beats and unsuccessful excersions to nose bleed hi low games are nicely done.

Reservations?

- A good book for low stakes full ring. If you want to move up the levels, you'll need to read Slotboom, plus look at some training videos
- Equally, don't expect the plays in this book to work at 6-max (as Hwang admits)
- Finally, on the hi-low limit game, Hwang's recommendations are a bit too aggressive for my liking. I'm not convinced his limit game is a winning one. But I guess he's the nosebleed player, not me.....

Overall: Recommended.
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This is a great book to enter the world of omaha, it contains all the infos you need to be successful. Beware it's not for absolute beginners, you need to know basic concepts like pot odds, implied odds and so on.
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This book not only explains all the necessary rules, starting hand and post-flop stategy needed to be a competant Omaha player, but the 'Big Play' aspect allows players to tighten their game to a degree that Omaha competancy can be reached almost overnight! A vital read, virtually the 'bible' of pot limit omaha at the moment - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for ALL 4-card poker entusiasts.
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Before getting through Omaha advanced knowledge, this book is a must for everyone that wants to "change" from the traditional Texas Hold'em into a totally different kind of poker level.

Somehow, you'll need to have some poker-basis know-how and then apply the specificity of Omaha.

The reading is very fluid and motivates the reader to understand and play carefully and wisely on the tables.

As a basic volume, this book is a must before going to Advanced Omaha Books also from Jeff Hwang.
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This is a great book. I have only played a few minutes of omaha in the past and never really knew what to do, so went back to holdem. Then I bought this book, and found it extremely useful. I haven't even finished reading the book yet and already it has payed for itself. I would recommend this book thinking about playing omaha, in particular beginners. It may be of some help to more experienced players though. It would be better if you had some poker experience before reading this, but isn't essential.
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An excellent read. It covers in depth the basic concepts of PLO play in a clear and concise fashion that is easy to read. It covers both pre and post flop play and gives plenty of examples to illustrate the author`s points. As a relative novice to the game I found it very useful. I will definitely be purchasing Jeff`s other books on PLO in the near future. The book also talks about fixed limit and pot limit omaha hi/lo but I have yet to read these sections.
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