iOmaha Indicator Review

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 License: $99.99, Seven-Day Free Trial

iOmaha Indicator Synopsis

iOmaha Indicator is one of the first online poker odds calculators dedicated to Mac poker players. This software was developed by the same group that created iHoldem Indicator, Holdem Indicator, Stud Indicator, and Omaha Indicator and provides an in-game poker odds calculator and HUD all in one. We recommend iOmaha Indicator for Mac poker players who are looking for a one-stop solution for Omaha poker tracking tools. It's perfect for learning odds and basic strategy.

iOmaha Indicator Full Review

 If you have used iHoldem Indicator before, you will find iOmaha Indicator to be easy to use, as the programs are almost identical.

iOmaha Indicator is simple to install and can be used quickly out of the box.  There are a few setup steps you need to follow on each poker site you play Omaha cash games or tournaments on, but like most Mac poker software, the process is quick and painless.

The software is compatible with just about every site you can play Omaha on, including PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker, PartyPoker, 888 Poker, and Ongame.

Once you have the software set up, go ahead and fire up a table or two of any variant of Omaha.  You might want to test it out on play money tables before using it for real money, as the software works on both types of tables:

When you start playing, a clearly designed in-game poker odds calculator will attach itself to the bottom of all of your Omaha poker tables.  Some of the key statistics include: 

Win Odds – This statistic represents the chances the software feels you'll win if the hand goes to showdown.  This not only works for Omaha, but also for the low hand in Omaha 8 or Better.  The software's complex algorithm uses information such as your cards, community cards, and number of opponents in the hand to give you a general idea of your likelihood to win or lose.

Pot Odds – This statistic represents the ratio of how many chips are in the pot to how many chips you need to call a bet.

Hand Odds – This statistic represents the odds of hitting a certain hand such as a flush or straight for you and your opponent on different streets.

Starting Hand Strength – This statistic represents how strong your hand is, divided into four groups.  Group 1 and Group 2 are usually hands you want to play, especially when in position, while Group 3 and Group 4 hands do not hold as much value pre-flop.

Outs – This statistic shows how many cards can improve your hand.

Position – This statistic shows your position in the hand on any street after the flop.

These statistics are handy to have around regardless of whether you are trying to learn the math behind Omaha or whether you are a seasoned pro.  Either way, you'll get information for quicker and more accurate decisions. 

Besides all of this math at your fingertips while you are playing, the software also has a manual calculator for studying up on different scenarios.

iOmaha Indicator is much more than just a poker odds calculator.  It also has an easy-to-use HUD based off your stored hand history data.  This means not only will you have the math from the calculator, but you will also have an idea of how to exploit your opponents with this knowledge based off how they typically play.

Setting up the HUD is very simple and you don't have to do anything for it to run.  If you do not like the statistics in the default HUD, you have plenty of statistics to choose from in order to customize it for your personal preferences.

The HUD itself also contains helpful Profiling Icons.  These might be most useful to you since they summarize all of the data in your HUD to give you an icon-based summary of your opponent.  If your opponent is displaying a calling station icon, you know you can try to get maximum value for your premium holdings compared to facing a rock.

iOmaha Indicator has tons of other cool features including Mucked Hands (where you can see what your opponents cards after the hand), "You Have the Nuts Alert" (where you get alerted that your hand is unbeatable), and a Hand Replayer.

It is reasonably priced at just under $100, which includes future updates, and the program also has a seven-day free trial.  This software is a great investment considering how much money you can make learning the math behind Omaha and effectively using the software to exploit your opponents.


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