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Omaha Hi Lo

Omaha hi-lo is basically the same game as regular Omaha poker, except that with regular Omaha you're trying for the highest poker hand, but here you're trying for the highest hand AND the lowest hand. You can use different hole cards to make your two hands, or you can use the same ones if you want, but you HAVE to use two of your hole cards for each hand, and three of the community cards.

The best high hand winds half the pot, and the other half goes to the best low hand. A low hand is made up of cards that are all eight or lower, and an Ace counts as either a 1 or a 14. Pairs aren't possible, but straights and flushes are; the lowest low hand possible is A2345, while the highest possible is 87654.

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