Each player in an Omaha Hi / Lo game is dealt four private cards (‘hole cards’) that belong only to that player. The pot is divided between the best hand for high and the best hand for low - hence the name, Omaha Hi / Lo. Visit the poker hands page to view the rankings of hands in.
Often, these are split pot games, in which the highest and lowest hands In casinos and clubs, Seven Card Stud High-low and Omaha /8 are.
In time for the WSOP, "A Poker Player's Guide to Mixed Games " author Ken Lo discusses Omaha Hi - Low, one of the most popular non-NLHE. WSOP 2016 - Event #32: $10,000 Omaha Hi-Low Split-8 or Better Championship Part 2