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April 5, 2010

The Benefit of Learning Poker Games like Omaha Razz Stud and H.O.R.S.E.

Why would you want to learn to play anything except NL Hold’em? The answer to this question is quite simple: because less players are good at it!

Both online and in casinos all over the world, games other than NL Holdem are catching on big time. Games like Omaha, Omaha 8, Stud, Razz, and HORSE are becoming more and more popular. What this means to you is that more players are learning these games, playing these games, and generally becoming fish at these games. Translation: there is money to be won.

Personally, although¬† I am a Hold’em specialist, I tend to play a ton of omaha, stud, razz, and more often than not h.o.r.s.e. The reason for this is that most of the other players I tend to be up against, especially online, are just starting in these poker games and therefore in the beginning of their learning curve. They are less competition and easily dominated. Think about it. Would you rather play against seasoned pros or against players who are just learning the games and how no idea of the strategy it takes to play them?

The evidence of this fact is all around. Patrick Antonious prefers Omaha. I play HORSE with players like Esther Rossi and Arite Cobb all the time. These and a hundred other players both pro and amateur have found easy money to be made in games that the competition is not as well versed in. If you can find a mixed game or a game like Razz that your opponents are clueless in, you can not only supplement your poker income, you can generate an entirely new income.

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