players seem to draw the wrong conclusions from important
certainties that exist in Omaha. They think that because their nut
flush on the turn is beat on the river when the card is placed, it
means that there is a mystical side and risky. Yet it is precisely
the opposite is true.
There are a specific number of cards that can be placed on the table and you will lose. There are also a number of cards equally accurate that you will win. If you have the nut flush on the turn, and no card from your hand not pair the table, your opponent has a set and none of his cards will pair the table, there are exactly forty potential maps for river. Ten will do exactly the pair with the table and you will lose. 30 will not pair with the table and you will take. This is simply mathematics. In the long term, you win three out of four. It is a known fact. That is Omaha.
Do not be confused by concepts irrelevant. What is important in any form of poker, but even more so when we talk about Omaha is the probability of winning. What matters is how many cards with and as any combination you can make the winning hand. If you know how many cards are likely to make your hand, you know that in the long run, you will win pots in this proportion: if you have x% chance of winning the winning hand, you'd better have at least the corresponding proper pot odds.
Omaha is a game of precision, clarity and factual information. Of course, you happen to be unlucky and sometimes because of advances Omaha are so big, when you're unlucky pill can sometimes be rather hard to swallow. But insofar as advances are generally so important, if you play good starting hands in Omaha and you are unlucky, you can still win. Just keep your discipline.
Starting hands. Unlike the Holdem is the game where post-flop is the most critical win in Omaha begins by basically having a good starting hand. Starting hands before the flop and there is where you have huge advances against the field in Omaha. On the turn, you will often times when some players shoot death and it is clear that there is more money.
But the most simple, the most direct and the most necessary to win those parts is not playing the wrong hands and to put more money in the pot when you have A255 and many of your opponents have hands style K965. Ensure that rotten hands with very low expectations of gain pay before the flop when there are huge dogs is an important part of what makes winning at Omaha.