When you say "there might be a low hand to appear," is that referring to a rule that some games have that a hand has to be of a certain level to qualify as a low hand? So are you saying in some hands, there is only going to be a high hand that takes the whole pot, and there is no low hand? I do understand from some other research that you could be holding both the low and high hand, or you could have the high hand and tie for the low hand.
It just seems like heads up play would take a long time to sort itself out. Also, does Texas
Hold 'em ever get played lowball or high low?