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Free eBook Omaha Holdem Poker: The Action Game (Millennium Edition) download ISBN: 0966100727
Author: Bob Ciaffone
Publisher: Bob Ciaffone; 1st edition (June 1, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 106
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Subcategory: Puzzles and Games
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But this book gets a thumbs down and here's why: 1) It's way too short at just 106 pages.

But this book gets a thumbs down and here's why: 1) It's way too short at just 106 pages. That just isn't room to even begin to go into Omaha Holdem. 2) There's very little information here: Page one is devoted to the "Popularity of the Game. Page two "The Rules". Page 3 "The Showdown.

Publisher:Ciaffone, Bob. Length:106 Pages.

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Author: Bob Ciaffone

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The most popular poker games offered in casinos: Texas hold ’em Seven-card stud Omaha hold ’em, in ring game (cash game or live-action game) and tournament formats. For the poker table seating, most casinos apply the rule first-come, first-served. The most popular poker games offered in casinos: Texas hold ’em Seven-card stud Omaha hold ’em, in ring game (cash game or live-action game) and tournament formats.

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Texas Hold'em Bonus Poker is a casino table game, owned and licensed by Mikohn Gaming/Progressive Gaming International Corporation. The game is based on traditional multi-player Texas Hold'em poker, but differs in that there is no bet after the river card. The game is played with a standard 52 card deck. Each player makes an ante bet and may make an optional separate bonus bet. The player and dealer are both dealt two cards (face down).

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Gozragore
I was looking forward to this book on Omaha Holdem for several reasons: a) there are very few books on the game available and b) Bob Ciaffone has written some good books on other forms of poker. But this book gets a thumbs down and here's why:
1) It's way too short at just 106 pages. That just isn't room to even begin to go into Omaha Holdem.
2) There's very little information here: Page one is devoted to the "Popularity of the Game." Page two "The Rules". Page 3 "The Showdown." Pages 4-5 "Origin of Omaha." Pages 6-8 are about community card poker. Pages 9-13 are about betting and the blind structure. Page 14-15 are about learning to read the board in Omaha (you must use 2 cards from yourhand and 3 from the board). Pages 16-18 are about "Should you learn Omaha?". Pages 19-23 are about comparing Omaha and Texas holdem. And remember, this book is only 106 pages long so there's no much left for actual strategy.
3) Pages 91-97 are about tournaments.
4) pages 98-101 are about "Future Ideas for Omaha".
I simply found that there was barely enough information to even get started. For some reason this book is shorter than any of Ciaffone's other books even though Pot Limit Omaha
"represents the ideal form of poker" to the author. I wish there were more information here but there simply isn't. Buyer beware, this book is short, not in-depth, and will provide only the very basics of beginning Omaha.
AGAD
Sure, it'd be nice if this was a longer book but it still gives some solid Omaha advice and I think it's worth the money given the lack of other good Omaha books out there. It would be nice if this was as good as Ciaffone's other books but it's certainly no stinker.
Malogamand
This is by far the best book on omaha high. However, it contains minimal information on omaha hi/lo. While the text is really short, hence I'm only giving it 4 stars, it contains many of the basics that are essential to be a great omaha player. If you are a PLO or omaha hi player and you only want to pick up one book this would be the one I'd recommend.
Gold Crown
If you plan on buying this book, you can get it direct from Ciaffone himself for $16 plus shipping and he will sign it too.

Don't pay these other scabs their inflated prices!!!!!!