Omaha 8: Winning at Hi-Low poker – Reloaded

By | July 12, 2014
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Our new edition of Omaha 8: Winning at Hi-Low Poker is out from 12 July 2014

We are pleased to announce that Omaha 8 is Reloaded! Omaha 8: Winning at Hi-Low Poker is also now available in paperback for the first time.

The new paperback edition, published in July 2014, includes improvements on the first edition and a completely new chapter on MTT tournament play. A little late for WSOP 2014 granted, but just right to start ramping up for a Bracelet in 2015. Ahead of that we have the MicroMillions on PokerStars featuring a dedicated FLO8 event, plus HORSE and 8-Game. Your FLO8 skills can give you an edge in all of these events. They are coming this month: here is the schedule.


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Omaha 8: Winning at Hi-Low poker contents include

  • Hand rankings and betting structure
  • Ten golden rules
  • Player types
  • Play across the streets
  • Handling tilt and your bankroll
  • Tournament O8
  • Over 50 hand examples

Watch out as well for the special discounts which we will be running on this website for e-copies of the book.

4.0 out of 5 stars Great Read March 21, 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Quick, easy and to the point. Perfect for players familiar with holdem and looking to make the jump to Omaha.
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Andy 'IggyPop77' Mack

About Andy 'IggyPop77' Mack

Andy's first love was chess. Three times a competitor in the British Championships, he has played regularly at international level, achieving the rank of FIDE Master. On a fateful day in 2007 Andy visited Las Vegas for the first time. Since that point, his attention has switched from chess to poker. Initially focusing on Hold'em, Andy has branched out, and has been working hard over the past couple of years to perfect his Omaha 8 game. He also plays all the other variants of the 8 Game. Away from poker, Andy's hero is rock star Iggy Pop. Andy claims to love Iggy's wild man image, although even his best friends would find it hard to compare Andy's solid poker style with that of the Godfather of Punk.