the case of large parts of Holdem, there are many hands that you
can add to your arsenal by taking profits. Obviously, my
bric-a-brac have the same color and that connects to the same color
too. This is not true of Omaha. Once again, the difference in value
of multilayer hands in Omaha is much more important than Holdem.
The majority of hands are simply not playable (outside blinds). If you are on the button and everyone limped in (sub-cheek), 3456 remains a rotten hand useless. The fact that you have three or seven opponents does not change anything, it's a bad hand. You can play a few more hands, but in general, the weakness or the generosity of your opponents does not matter, you can not add a lot of hands to your hands that pay.
What to do to "expand" in such parts, is aimed at a revival of the most hands you play. In tight games, follow-cheek when someone in front of you is often the right thing to do. In a loose game, restart is often the correct way to play, because you play a hand with the best possible. You want the dead money in the pot, and you want dead hands chasing! They will.
After the flop, the flop is a critical moment. Here, you will begin to calculate how rough the probabilities and deduce your chances of winning. Once again, at this point the player must continue to try to manipulate the pot to ensure that there are more chips in when the odds are in your favor, or try to minimize the number n when it ' is not the case.
The turn card is the least important aspect of Omaha, but it is the end of the main mathematical part of the game In loose games, you can calculate fairly accurately your chance to win at least part of the pot.
From there, a player gets or does not get his hand on the river does not really matter. Mathematically, until then, you all good and if you lose against an outer, it does not matter, keep doing the same thing round after round. In Omaha (as in other games) the important thing is to have the best long-term.
There is no "silver leader" in poker. The "best" hand is one that provides the best potential gains (including granted that certain hands win more bets than others). Do not think that what just happened was only one aspect of a "river game". I can never stress enough this point: all actions that are really important in a race occur before the river card appears to bring you bad luck.