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Omaha Hi Low

Omaha High/Low is a split pot game where The Winning high hand and the winning low hand get half of the pot each.

Omaha Hi Low is played in exaclty the same was as Omaha, the major differences are in what wins the money. You still must use 2 cards from your hand and 3 from the board to make your full hand.

The best "High" hand automatically wins half the pot. Hand rankings are displayed here.
To win the "Low" side of the pot, your hand must qualify as a low hand.

To qualify for Low: Your low hand must be 8 or better, your five card hand must contain 5 different numerical values from ace to 8.
For example
Ace, 2, 4, 5, 8

The winner of the low pot is the person with the lowest cards. If there is a tie on lowest cards then the second lowest car is taken into account and so on going through the cards until a winner is found.

Important:

1) Straights and flushes are ignored when qualifying for the "Low" hand .

2) Different hands can be used for both High and Low hands

3) If there are no qualifiny "low" hands then the full pot goes to the winner of the "High" hand

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