"Round of Each" in the US?

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On a trip to Ireland a few years ago, I remember a number of casinos I played in offered "round of each" games, which was just alternating orbits of Omaha Hi and Texas Hold'em. That was a pretty nice mix, in my opinion, and I'd love it if casinos spread that in the US. Anyone ever see that here?

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  1. we use to on the suncruz down in florida, many moons ago. we had a round of 10/20 limit hold em then a round of omaha hi/lo. i think the reason that casinos dont do it much is bcuz of bad beat jackpots and such. bcuz omaha doesnt have a bad beat or if it does it is per table. so 4 round and round , the poker room 4 the table would need to different rake boxes to keep the money str8, imo.

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