Omaha PL hi lo - do you go for the hi or low part of the pot???
I know a lot will say you want to scoop, and I agree with this. However, a thread I started http://www.cardschat.com/f11/pl-omah...ussion-101166/
(sorry, but I don`t know any other way of displaying it ) came out with some interesting points.
What I find playing OHL PL is that a lot of ppl enter a pot with low cards, so, for example, its not unusual to see someone turn over A279.
I normally will only play a minimum of three wheel cards. so A24J, or some holding like that. I will also play 3 high cards, QAJ4, etc. Obviously position will have a major bearing on my preflop hand selection, but as a general rule that is what I will do.
What I am trying to get my head around is this. I think a low hand hits about 70% of the time, but a high hand hits 100% of the time. So do you not stand a better chance of making you money on the high end of the pot?
You know what it is like, feirce preflop betting and then the flop hits K92 - u know a lot of the ppl preflop are now looking at runner, runner low, or they have paired their 2. So if u have the high end u should be able to fill up?
Let me know if I`m comming from the wrong angle here
The level I am talking about, by the way, is $1/2 or less.