TRIOmaha Hand Rankings

Basic Rules Of TriOmaha:

The game resembles basic Omaha, but it gives the game a whole new feel: The player receives 4 cards in hand and has to use exactly 2 out of those 4 cards to match the best possible hand. The basic difference is that he uses only 1 of the community cards to form the best possible hand with other 2 from his hands. Also, the main difference is that the ‘Flop’ comes with only 1 card (instead of 3 cards as in other poker types). The ‘Turn’ and the ‘River’ bring 1 card each, as usual. Here are some card ranking images every player needs to know before joining the action:

 

Trail or Set (3 of same rank):

Three cards of the same rank. In case two or more players have same cards strength (in event of a tie), the pot will be split among the winners.

Pure Sequence

Three cards in sequence, of the same suit.In case two or more players have same cards strength (in event of a tie), the pot will be split among the winners.

Sequence (Run)

Three non-suited cards in sequence. In case two or more players have same cards strength (in event of a tie), the pot will be split among the winners.

 

Color

Three cards of the same suit, not in sequence. In case two or more players have same cards strength (in event of a tie), the pot will be split among the winners.

Pair

Two cards of matching rank, and one unrelated side card. In case two or more players have same cards strength (in event of a tie), the pot will be split among the winners.

 

High Card

Any hand that does not qualify under the categories listed. In case two or more players have same cards strength (in event of a tie), the pot will be split among the winners.

 

If players have identical hand strength, the pot will be split.