here we split the pot based on Five hand rule.
community cards are QQ995 P1-A3 , P2-AJ
arrange the cards based on rule P1-QQ99A and P2-QQ99A
so both players be the winner...in Two pair we need to check only 1 kicker card.
I'm assuming this is Texas Hold'em. In Texas Hold'em, you play the best 5-card hand you can, regardless of whether those cards come from your hole cards or the community (board) cards. That means a player could make a hand with any of these combinations:
3 community cards + 2 hole cards
4 community cards + 1 hole card
5 community cards + no hole cards
There is no difference in profitability running it once or twice assuming that both of your opponents will call when you go all in, it will only increase your variance i.e. reducing the impact of a cooler on your session if your hand can possibly be outdrawn.
More importantly, I would think about the best way to get value from your opponents. For example, if ...
As long as your nuts are unbeatable, both scenarios are equally profitable. If some of the remaining players can still make a better hand, then it depends on the odds of that happening.
In principle, you want to put as much money in the pot as you can while you're still ahead, but that is of course not always possible. Factors like position, the board ...
There unfortunately is no silver bullet type of answer for your question, but there is some things that you can do to help you achieve your goal.
Most importantly, study and get really good at 6-card PLO, this will take time. away from the table study and at the table practice. Get some type of software to track your progress, review hands, and keep ...