What is Omaha?

Omaha is a version of Texas Hold’Em where players are dealt 4 hole cards, instead of 2, and the best hand must consist of exactly 2 hole cards and exactly 3 community cards.

What does “pot limit” refer to?

Pot limit refers to the amount that a player can bet.  In short the maximum a player can bet is the size of the pot at the time of the bet.

This can also be understood as raising the size of the pot after the call.  A pot is equal to all bets placed in previous rounds and any bets already placed in the current round, including the call of the previous bet.  

Will my winnings in Omaha count towards my watch points, league standings, poker suits, and challenges?

Yes, hands played as a part of Omaha will count towards watch points, leagues standings, poker suits and challenges.

Is there a table limit size?

Yes, currently, the table size is 5 players only.