How to Play Omaha Hi Low Poker : Learn About the J965 Hand in Omaha Hi-Low Poker


I want to look now at a hand that you have
no business playing in Omaha high low unless you are in the big blind you can say check.
This is jack nine six five rainbow even though if I had suits out here you want to think
twice before playing this hand. The reason is that your best low hand the nut low ace
to five you can’t make that with six five. Your best high hand is ten to ace well, royal
flush but let’s just say we are playing for the straight you can’t make your best straight
with jack nine. So before the flop, this hand jack nine six five is a considerable under
dog, if I get this hand in early position if I’m the first to act after the initial
deal I don’t want to see the flop, I want to throw it away. Now if I’m on the button
and let’s say everybody at the table went in okay, see the flop it’s cheap we’ll see
what happens. If I’m in small blind and I have to pay a half bet to see a flop, okay.
If I’m in the big blind I don’t have to do anything with check great but other than that
if you get these cards please don’t see the flop cause you are going to cause you some
money most likely.

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2 thoughts on “How to Play Omaha Hi Low Poker : Learn About the J965 Hand in Omaha Hi-Low Poker

  1. So how do you select the best~ or the starting hands which are worth seeing a flop with?

    I'm new to the game and not very familiar with the High and Low hands, the best Low hand was; A,2,3,4,5 I was told. But in Tex. Hold'em that's still a straight so for me that's a bit confusing. And would the best possible high hand than be 10,J,Q,K,A ???

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