Are You Ready for the partypoker MILLIONS Online Omaha Schedule?
If you're looking to brush up your Omaha skills ahead of the partypoker MILLIONS Online, then have we got the article for you.
partypoker's Joni Jouhkimainen has close to $4 million in live earnings, with countless deep runs in Omaha High Roller tournaments at major festivals such as the WSOP, European Poker Tour and Australian Poker Open.
|Jan-20||Australian Poker Open A$25,000 PLO||2nd||A$188,500|
|Feb-13||EPT Deauville €10,300 PLO Championships||2nd||€ 55,200|
|Jun-19||WSOP $25,000 PLO High Roller||24th||$50,759|
|Dec-16||EPT Prague €10,300 PLO||6th||€ 38,500|
|Jun-13||WSOP $3,000 PLO||8th||$37,529|
In March 2020, Jouhkimainen topped a star-studded POWERFEST PLO Super High Roller field to take home $92,000 in prize money.
So who better to give us his take on the upcoming MILLIONS Online Omaha schedule?
Jouhkimainen's Biggest Omaha Advice
The Finn says that he's looking forward to the MILLIONS Online, and the selection of Omaha tournaments that will be in the partypoker client during February and March.
"I'm very excited," Jouhkimainen told PokerNews. "There are never too many big PLO tournaments online."
|Date||Start Time (GMT)||#||Event||Buy-in||Guarantee|
|18 February 2021||19:05||#6||MILLIONS Omaha High Roller||$ 3,200||$ 150,000|
|22 February 2021||19:05||#10||MILLIONS Omaha - 2 Day Event||$ 2,100||$ 200,000|
|25 February 2021||19:05||#15||MILLIONS Omaha High Roller||$ 5,200||$ 200,000|
|2 March 2021||19:05||#19||MILLIONS Omaha Knockout [PKO] - 2 Day Event||$ 2,100||$ 200,000|
|4 March 2021||19:05||#24||MILLIONS 6-Max Omaha High Roller||$ 5,200||$ 200,000|
The festival features six Omaha events, including two $5,200 buy-in Omaha High Rollers. Jouhkimainen says there are loads of opportunities to satellite in for less, with the tournaments an exciting proposition for new and experienced players alike.
"Omaha is way more action than No-Limit Hold'em, so it's definitely worth trying if you haven't before. Also, there's definitely a bigger chance of amateur players running deep and winning, since the equities run more close than in no limit."
If you've never played the four-card game before, there are plenty of articles on PokerNews to improve your Omaha poker strategy, but Jouhkimainen has some top tips.
"Try to always have nut draws," he explains. "The biggest mistakes are calling with small straight or flush draws, especially in multiway pots.
"Try to select your hands well preflop to try and avoid those weaker draws I mentioned. When you're shallow, there's no need to splash around. Play small ball, and once you've got a big stack, feel free to get aggressive!"
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Will Shillibier is based in the United Kingdom. He graduated from the University of Kent in 2017 with a B.A. in German, and then studied for a NCTJ Diploma in Sports Journalism at Sportsbeat in Manchester. He previously worked as a freelance live reporter, and video presenter for the World Poker Tour.