A new round of betting occurs, starting this time with the first active poker player to the left of the dealer button. That player then has the option to bet or check, and the action continues in the direction of clockwise until all active players have made a decision.
After the betting the flop is completed, a new community card is dealt to the center of the table. It is commonly called Turn or “Turn”. A new round of betting then takes place, starting again with the first active player left of the dealer button and continues in the direction of clockwise until all players have made a decision.
A final community card, called the River or “River” is dealt face-up now. A final round of betting takes place until the action is complete. This is the last card dealt in Omaha, and players will no longer have the opportunity to improve their hand.
Once the final betting round is complete, poker players reveal their hole cards in what is called logging (or “showdown”). Keep in mind that each player must use exactly two of their hole cards and three community cards to form the best five-card hand.
If at any time during the hand there remains only one active player, the player is rewarded by winning the pot, no more cards will be distributed, and the next hand begins. In this situation, there is no showdown, because players are not required to compare their hands to determine the winner of the pot.
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After the course of the last betting round, players must reveal their hand so that a winner can be determined. This is called the slaughter or “showdown”. The player with the best five-card hand will be rewarded by winning the pot.