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PLO Rules

PLO is very similar to Texas Hold'em with one game changing factor. Instead of two hole cards, each player is dealt four hole cards. In PLO, players must make the best possible hand with a combination of two from their hole cards and three from the community cards.

PLO-5 Rules

PLO-5 is a variant of PLO game. All rules are similar to a normal PLO except that In PLO-5, players receive five hole cards instead four

PLO-NL Rules

PLO-NL is a variant of PLO game. All rules are similar to a normal PLO game except that in PLO-NL, No Limit betting rules are applied after the flop.

Pot Limit

In Pot Limit Omaha (most popular form of Omaha Poker), the maximum a player can bet is the amount that is in the pot. For example, a $100 bet into a $100 pot.

However, during the pre-flop, the maximum a player can bet is the amount that is in the pot excluding the ante. For example, if the total pot is $100 and $20 is an ante, the maximum a player can bet is $80 on top of the player's call amount.


The following are positions that you should know before playing the game.


Big blind

The player on the left of the small blind. The big blind is the same as the minimum bet size.


Small blind

The player immediately left of the dealer has to post the small blind.



Each hand has one designated dealer. The dealer position determines the small and big blind positions. The dealer button is passed clockwise after every hand.



Check to complete your turn without betting. Remember that checking may be considered as a tell for possessing weak hands.


If you have a good hand, you may want to bet to win a bigger pot.


Tell your opponents that you're not messing around.


Call to look up your opponent's hands. Not all bets equate to strong hands.


Apply maximum pressure on your opponents.


To throw away your cards and forfeit whatever you have put in the pot.

Betting Round

There are four betting rounds in Omaha.


The betting round that takes place after the players receive their hole cards.


The Flop

The betting round that takes place after the first three community cards are dealt.


The Turn

The third betting round that takes place after the fourth community card is dealt.


The River

The last betting round that takes place after the fifth and final community card is dealt.

The Showdown

The showdown begins when there are two or more players who are still in play when action ends on the river. The player with the strongest hand will take the pot. When the showdown ends in a tie, the pot is split evenly among the winning players.


Player A loses

Player B wins

Play Money

Play Money(P) are free chips that can only be used in Play Money tables, where blinds are displayed with 'P'.

Play Money tables are provided for the following games:

  • Hold'em

  • PLO/PLO-5

  • Short Deck

  • All-In or Fold

  • Spin & Gold

  • Rush & Cash

Following are the rules and restrictions for using Play Money:

  • Existing players can claim/recharge up to P10,000 every four hours, up to a maximum of two times daily.
    (Newly signed-up players will receive P20,000 to start)

  • Play Money has no cash value and cannot be used in conjunction with cash, C$, T$ or any other currency or ticket.

  • Some features may not be available on Play Money tables.

  • Play Money eligibility is subject to the terms and conditions of the player’s jurisdiction.

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Play Money

Details & Limitations

This game uses 1 deck of 52 cards and the deck is shuffled after each hand.

Amount committed to the pot will still be in play in an event of a disconnection.

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