New answers tagged omaha-hi-lo
Example: You have A2, villain has A3. Board is: 24567. That gives you a low: A2456 Gives villain low: A2345 Basically, whenever one of your cards pairs, you might be in danger.
You can only lose the low hand if you get counterfit (when a low card hits the board that also pairs one of your low cards), so that you dont hold the nut low on the river anymore. If there is a low hand possible without an A or 2, you always have the nut low and will only split the low pot in case someone else also has a A2XX hand. With that said, it is ...
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