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I'm trying out a new app on my phone, so bear with me if this post isn't a gem. So far, so good.
Last week I found myself at Garden City when the 40/80 broke and Ted managed to spread a 20/40, half kill, HO game...with overs. If you don't know what some (or any) of that means....don't worry about it :)
So I post behind in the last hand of an Omaha 8 round. Omaha 8 is just like holdem, with two "small" changes. First, you get 4 cards and must use exactly 2 to make your hand. Second, the low hand (where A2345 is the nut) takes half the pot.
I am dealt Ks Jc 3d 2s and see a flop of:
Ts 5c 4h
For 2 bets about 5 ways. In a kill (30/60) pot. This is pretty good, as I have a straight draw to a good low. Honestly, in Omaha when I post in, flopping anything at all is a major achievement.
Anyway the flop checks around and we see a turn of:
Ts 5c 4h 7s
That's a fun card (as are most Omaha turns). Somebody now bets, and I call. Now there's a raise behind me, the bettor calls only, and I don't like my hand one bit. But...I call and note that the As would be one ball buster of a river. Wait for it....
Ace of Spades.
The astute reader will now note that my motley collection of weak ass draws has suddenly morphed into what Omaha players call "Nut Nut". I have the best possible high hand, along with the aforementioned A2345 low. This pot is all mine.
I heart the Omaha.