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    tourneys

    why is t every tourney is n/l holdem why not try mixing them up

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    Because to many players don't know how to play other games, that's my guess.

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    What i Think is because Hold'Em is most well know than the others! =)

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    pretty much its a popularity thing ... how many post do you see about 7 card stud, badugi, 5 card draw or countless other games on this site?

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    i very seldom play anything else but hold'em

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    most people play holdem but carbon does have tourneys for other games

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    carbon has limit games and those are terrible donk games i hate em

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    pot limit omaha is a much more skill game than nl holdem but I thinks this one is the game with more passion

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    Most of the people like NL Holdem

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    Quote Originally Posted by fernandezale View Post
    pot limit omaha is a much more skill game than nl holdem but I thinks this one is the game with more passion
    Really?? maybe at the higher levels cause when ever i play a omaha(micro limits) game noone folds. IMO its a donk game for chasers who dont want to fold. More cards = less reason to fold for most, more cards= more variance.

    Im not very experienced at it but seems like luck is the biggest factor of omaha and even worse in hi/lo. Its a action junkys game not a players game IMO...
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