Article sponsored by PokerBROS
Following the launch of Double Board for Omaha, PokerBROS are rolling out the popular variant for a wider variety of community card games. Recently expanding to five and six-card Omaha (just in case four cards to play on two flops, turns and rivers weren’t enough), Double Board is now open for No Limit Hold’em, Pineapple and Crazy Pineapple. Rarely offered on the virtual felt, this feature provides an extra level of entertaining complexity (and multiple ways to win), whether players prefer 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6-Card poker.
The option for simultaneous action is now available for all Clubs within each game’s set-up menu, alongside the host of customizable features that make PokerBROS tables (ring games or tournaments) uniquely tailorable. From blinds and structure to game integrity features such as Photo Rotation Verification, every aspect of Clubs’ games can be tweaked at set-up to create a personalized poker school – whether a Club is where friends and family play a weekly turbo STT, or where players from all over the world have fun with every variant on offer.
The cross-over from home game favorites like Double Board PLO to new online offerings has proved a hit with the adventurous players on PokerBROS. In 6-Card Double Board Omaha, for example, players have a mighty 15 possible two-card combinations to fit with two five-card boards – coordination, blockers, nut draws and consideration of opponents’ likely strength on each board all have to be considered. If it sounds like there’s a lot going on in this game, there is – but almost nothing in poker is as satisfying as scooping a pot on two boards at once.
For more on the expansion of Double Board, visit the PokerBROS Blog.