low bass the best means possible. Read a low hand is often
confusing to new players - sometimes in experienced players - but
there's actually a fairly easy way to do it.
Firstly, you must remember the rule of two cards from your hand and three cards from the table. If the community cards is 87,532, it can make 2367 difficult to read, but to read your low hand, you just take the card combination the lowest found using three cards from the table and two in your hand.
What's going to happen when your cards are a pair (counterfeit) on the table. Think of the following: the lowest hand possible is a wheel, a 54,321 - or 54, 321. The highest hand the worst that could also qualify as a low hand is 87,654 - or 87.654.
Read your low hand as a number, starting with the highest card and down. The player whose hand is the number of nearest 54.321 prevails (or is equal to if someone else has the same thing). Omaha players often talk about the "nut low".
This is the best low hand in this particular round. While A2 combined with 876KQ on the table created the best possible low, 54 combined A23KQ on the table makes the nut low (64.321) in some cases. Not an A2, which could be a 76421. If you are confused and do not know how to put your cards in pairs or infringed by the table, at slaughter, show your hand and ask the dealer to read exactly what your low hand.
Omaha is a game of nut hands, so that when the hands reveal, train yourself to read what the nut low. Then start thinking about your low hand from the nut low. How far your hand is low bass is not very important. What is important is how your hand is low relative to the nut low.
In many ways, Omaha is mathematically very simple. If you only play good starting hands and your opponents find them it is good to play almost every hand, and they do not care whether they play for a set or four, mathematics will soon be in your favor. Omaha is the best game to earn money, especially when you have a bankroll that is rather small. Omaha $ 3/6 requires about half of the bankroll Holdem $ 3/6, but your hourly rate of gain should be higher.