There was a disagreement that the hand was a 5 high straight as the player contended that his NON-wild card straight was valid. It was pointed out to the player that in "Low Card Wild" games an Ace could not be considered low as a five high straight would mean by sequence an Ace would have to be his Low Card. Again, the hand was A-2-3-4-5-J-J. What is the proper read for this hand?
In low games with the exception of 2-7, a wheel is always the lowest hand, unless you decide something different before the game starts.
Blockquote Ace could not be considered low as a five high straight would mean by sequence an Ace would have to be his Low Card.
In any game I have dealt (which is many) high hands and low hands can use the same cards. The case of the wheel is the classic example the wheel counts as a five low and five high straight.
And what Lee said, it is up to the house to play the rules they want.