Play Tight, Play in Position – How Not to Suck at PLO

Watch the video to learn more about starting hand strength, what hands to play in what position and a general rundown of how to categorize and play different PLO starting hands. It’s often said that Texas Hold’em is a preflop game and PLO is a post-flop game and it’s definitely true. That’s mainly because when you get four hole cards, no hand is that big of a favorite over any other hand before the flop. In PLO it’s really common for players to play tons of hands preflop, and then try to get value when they make big hands and have a big edge after the flop.

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