Stretch Network Launches New Omaha Poker Games

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Online poker platform supplier Stretch Network has announced that they've released new Omaha poker games to customers, with six and seven card variations now available for customers.

The games are being deployed on all of the company's channels and will be playable at partner sites like VBet, GromPoker, Crocobet, and others. The company also provides their titles to platforms, namely BetConstruct. Traditional Omaha poker games are played with four cards, so the addition of new cards will change the strategy of the games for players.

Omaha Poker sees players getting four hole, wherein they must pick two cards to keep. There is also a community set of cards, similar to how Texas Hold'em plays out.

The new variants will include desktop and mobile compatibility.

These launches come months after Stretch introduced All-in Cash Out and Sonic Poker to their library.

The games have been added to Strech's platform and are on offer now at partner sites.

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