The Second Round:
Omaha High Poker
After the flop and in each subsequent betting round, the first active player left
of the button is first to act. The second betting round also limits the value of bets and raises to the lower limit
of the stake structure.
So in a $10/$20 value of each bet is $10 for the second round. When we say the
bets are limited to $10, it refers to a single bet of the value of $10; so when a user places a “BET” then it is
$10, a “RAISE” would be $20 (including one additional bet and a call on the previous bet placed by a player). Bets
can be placed by playing any of the following options – Bet, Call and Raise. These options are available to each
player depending on the action taken by the previous player. The first player placing a bet would get the Bet
option (the player left to the Button). Other players will get the Call and Raise options only.
After this round of bets the fourth community card is dealt out – this is
known as the Turn.