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  • $25/$50 PLO Tables Added to Party Poker

    Monday, December 28th, 2009 by t2admin

Just last week, Party Poker added new tables to their online poker lineup. The online poker room added $25/$50 Pot Limit Omaha tables to their cash game offerings. Party Poker used to be known for their high stakes Limit Hold’em tables before the UIGEA but since that time the site has not offered many high stakes Pot Limit games until the site started these new tables.

When the tables were added poker players at the site were very excited, so much so that they packed out the tables. The new $25/$50 PLO tables quickly generated long waiting lists. Once the players were lining up to compete, Party Poker decided to introduce new tables for players to enjoy.

“Demand meant we recently introduced a new $25/$50 Pot Limit Omaha table but since then we have had to open up more tables for high stakes action. We used to have big limit games but this is the biggest game we have had at PartyPoker.com for a long time. The high stakes action has picked up,” stated a Party Poker spokesperson in a recent press release.

Players who visit Party Poker to enjoy the new Pot Limit Omaha tables will find that new software upgrades have improved game play at the online poker room. The Omaha tables have become quite popular and Party Poker recently changed the way player statistics are shown and players can now specify which game they want to examine their stats for including the Omaha tables.

Players will be able to view how often they check, raise, bet, call and fold. It is unclear if Party Poker will be adding any additional higher stakes tables. Compared to other poker rooms the $25/$50 is not the largest stakes available but maybe in the future the online poker room will add larger stakes such as $50/$100 and $100/$200 tables.




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