Think of it as Texas Holdem on STEROIDS! Omaha is played like Texas Hold'em with the exception that each player receives 4 cards, with four times the excitement!
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Rules of Omaha are similar to Texas Hold'em. Each player is dealt 4 cards and must create the best poker hand with two of the 4 cards. Combined with the 5 community cards, this gives each player 6 possible hands, increasing the potential opportunities for more winning hands and making the game more action packed and exciting.
Aces OmahaÂ? - No Limit has tons of settings and options.
No Limit Omaha is easy to learn using the same rules as poker with the added bonus of going all in and betting your whole roll at any time. This version of Omaha is considered a "High" version, so you always play for the best hand.
Aces OmahaÂ? - No Limit has the largest number of game settings making it highly configurable. Use preset players or create and modify new players, setting their look, name, money, and level of game playing intelligence to one of five different levels. Eliminate players as you go and eventually win it all!
Aces OmahaÂ? - No Limit runs on many different phone sizes!
Aces OmahaÂ? - No Limit Contains: Play up to 11 Omaha opponents at a time. Ability to go "All-in" or bet any amount you want! Incredible graphics with hi-resolution and landscape support. Highlights winning hands Ability to scroll back and see players moves before you. Great sound effects with on/off sound option. "Deal'em Button" so users can see cards even after the hand is over. Pause the game at the end of each hand or have the dealing keep moving for faster play. Option to make the game move faster after you fold. Amazing intelligence for opponents, work your way up to the Omaha Pro level. Display 3 opponents at a time with the ability to scroll for more players. Change between 4 game speeds. Create/Modify as many opponents as you would like - setting their names, faces, intelligence levels, and holdings. Blinds can be set to stay the same, increment on a timer, or by number of rounds. Blinds can start at 1 of 13 amounts and the timer for blinds can be set incrementally starting from 1 to 10. Amazing statistics on number of hands played, hands won, winning percentage, folds, raises, fold total amount bet, tournament wins, etc. so you can keep track of exactly how you played. If you don't have time to play an entire game in one sitting, the game is saved for you so you can resume when you come back.