Hold’em/Omaha Games

Hold’em and Omaha are two of the most popular formats of poker. And two of the most widely understood. If you enjoy both Hold’em and Omaha, and can’t choose between the two, why not try ‘Hold’em/Omaha’? It’s a rotation of two games:

Playing Hold’em/Omaha

In Hold’em/Omaha, play alternates between No Limit Hold’em and Pot Limit Omaha. Each game begins with No Limit Hold’em. It then changes to Pot Limit Omaha after either six or nine hands, depending on how many seats there are at the table.  After another six or nine hands, it changes back to No Limit Hold’em and the cycle begins again. If you’re unsure which game is currently being played, just look at the top border of the table window. Or look at the table itself. Hold’em/Omaha adds exciting variety to your game without the need to switch between tables.

If you’re not sure about the rules of either game, just click the links above to find out all you need to know.

You can also try our scheduled Hold’em/Omaha multi-table tournaments and Sit & Go’s. Similarly, we offer a mix of Pot Limit Hold’em and Pot Limit Omaha. Take a look at the tournament lobby for more information.

Learn How to Play Hold’em/Omaha for Free

If you’re not used to Hold’em/Omaha mix poker games, it might be a good idea to try them for free first. To do this, you can play at our free poker tables. This will let you get to grips with the format before making the jump to real money poker.

If you’ve got a taste for mixed game variants, we have plenty more available. You can have a go at our popular HORSE mix. Or try our 8-Game Mix which combines eight different types of poker. They’re both available in the tournaments section. And they offer a refreshing change of pace from regular Texas Hold’em.

Got something you want to ask us about Hold’em/Omaha? Just get in touch with Support.