Issue: when playing omaha high low, two players get into a debate over who has the low hand. They both have a straight from 6 to 2. However, one player has to kick out the 5 on the board, while the other has to kick out the three on the board in order to make the low hand. I try to tell them that they both have the same hand and will have to split the low pot. The players feel that one 6 high straight has higher ranking based on the card that he didn't have to use from the board to make his hand, I.E. holding a 6-5 and using 4-3-2 on the board beats the player holding 6-3 and using 5-4-2 on the board. I tried to explain that they are creating a nightmare, as next to be a problem will be whose broadway straight is higher in rank, or which full house is better. Please help. I'm supposed to be the guy that makes final calls on rules and I can't get the idiots to understand.