Big O Poker


Big O poker starting to take off. May 17, 2016 3:08 AM Patricia Chavira. It is no surprise No-Limit Hold’em is the most popular game in card rooms. With its popularity on television and in home. James “SplitSuit” Sweeney is very excited to host this episode of the Red Chip Poker podcast on his favorite poker variant, Big O. Don’t worry if you’ve never played a hand of Big O or aren’t sure what it even is. Sweeney walks listeners from the basics all the way to advanced strategy.

PokerStars will start dealing 5-Card Omaha, more commonly known as Big “O,” and variant Courchevel across its online poker products this week.

Both games will be spread in regular and Hi/Lo split as pot limit from 10c/25c up to $200/$400, on 6-max tables.

There will also be fixed-limit hi/lo games dealt from $1/2 to $1000/$2000.

Big “O” has the same rules as Omaha, but the player is dealt five cards preflop. The same requirement of playing two from the hand and three from the board to make the best five card hand applies.

Courchevel plays the same as Big “O,” with the exception that the first card of the flop is dealt before the “preflop” betting round.

According to the press release, the game will roll out over the next two days to all PokerStars players, including all segregated markets.

Big “O” was previously dealt exclusively online at the Entraction network before it closed its doors in late 2012. It is thought to be the first time Courchevel has been dealt online.

Big O Poker Online


The announcement today comes a week after sister site Full Tilt Poker announced the introduction of two new variants—Irish Poker and 5-Card Stud.

It is the first new poker game in the PokerStars client since the introduction of Badugi in 2008. Top browser games.

Big O Poker League

Click here for complete generic syntax documentation and extensive examples
AsAh- a hand containing the ace of spades and ace of hearts
AA- a hand containing at least two aces
AxKy- a hand containing an ace of one suit and a king of another suit
AA, KK, QQ- a hand containing at least two aces, kings, or queens
AA-TT, 8* 8s- a stud hand with the 8s up and a big pair or an 8 in the hole
ss- a hand containing at least two spades
*- a completely random hand
15%-30%- a hand in the top 15 to 30 percent of hands.
xx- a hand containing at least two cards of the same suit
QQ:dd- a hand with at least two queens and at least two diamonds
wxyz- a hand containing four suits
RR- a hand containing at least two of the same rank 'R'
RR!RRR- a hand containing two (but not three) of the same rank 'R'
AARR- a hand containing two aces and at least two of another rank
AK-JT- equivalent to AK, KQ, QJ, JT
JT+- equivalent to JT, QJ, KQ, AK
65-- equivalent to 65, 54, 43, 32
[A,K,s]T- equivalent to AT, KT, sT
[d,A][Kd-Td]22- equivalent to dKd22, dQd22, dJd22, dTd22, AKd22, AQd22, AJd22, ATd22
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