The same as Cincinnati, except that each player is dealt two Cards instead of five. After the last netting interval he selects any five cards, from among the five Cards in the center and the two dealt to him, to be his hand.
Omaha Poker Hold’em High-Low
(8 or Better)
A variation of Omaha Hold’em which allows the best low hand to split the pot with the best high hand.
In determining the low hand, straights and flushes do not count against the value of the hand. Therefore, the best low hand is 5-4-3-2-A, (referred to as a “bicycle” or a “wheel”).
To qualify for low, a player must have all five (5) of their low cards unpaired and less than nine (9). If there is not a qualifying low hand, the high hand will win the entire pot.
The same as Omaha Poker, except that after the first betting interval three of the center cards are turned up at the same time; there is a betting interval; then the fourth and fifth cards, with a betting interval after each.