Before playing pot-limit Omaha on Big Cash, you must select a tournament based on a specific entry fee. Once you click play, you will join a table. The game proceeds in the following stages;
After players receive the four-hole cards, the player to the left of the big blind starts the round. This player will call, raise, or fold on the big blind. After they make a move, the game proceeds clockwise around the table. In Omaha poker, the player on the big blind plays last—this round ends when the players go to the flop stage.
At the flop, the dealer (D) will issue three community cards on the table to start a fresh round. The small blind will go first in all other rounds after the flop if they are still active on the table. Players can check (not put money in the pot) or contribute. The other players have the option to call, raise or fold. If players are still on the table, the game proceeds to the 'turn.'
Upon completing the flop round in pot-limit Omaha, the dealer hands one community card facing up. The big blind plays first and contributes more money to the pot. If two or more players are left on the table, players will move to the 'river' stage.
The dealer will issue the last community card to each player. This, in poker terms, is called the 'fifth street.' The big blind will check, and the cutoff player may choose to check back. These two players will proceed to the showdown, where players will reveal their hands to decide the winner.