Also, a popular poker game similar to Texas Hold-em. Players receive four cards face-down, of which they will use two.
As in Texas Hold-em, there are 5 community cards, shown as a round of three (the flop), a single card (the turn), and a final card (the river), in total referred to as the board. The variation from hold-em is that players must use exactly two cards from their hands and three cards from the board to make their hands. Omaha is typically a high-low game, and you are allowed to use a different pair for your high and low hand. Much confusion results from determining which players are "high" and which are "low" -- with the occasional "both ways" hand being very problematic.