Low Notes

In games that are played for high and low, like Omaha H/L or Stud H/L the pot will be split between the best high hand and the best low hand. But the low hand must be 8 or better. If you have problems, correctly evaluating low hands, you can check:

Starting with all low hands, you can always click on the name of the rank to see the distribution for that category. This will show you the statistics for the selected rank. You can do this, until there are no more different ranks in that category. On the right side you will see hand examples for the best and worst hands of the category you are currently displaying.

On the right you see a screen shot for the statistics for high card.

Explanation for the numbers use to display statistics

The heading shows the name of the group, in this case high card.
Number of Hands: the total for this group. In this case there are 1.317.888 high card combinations from all 2.598.960 low hands.
Odds: The odds to receive a hand from this group (hig card). Here your odds to get a two pair hand are 1/1.
Different ranks: Number of different ranks for that group. Here, there are 9 different two pair ranks, namely from "five high" down to "king high".

The Columns

Category: The name of the category. In the example, the marked cells in that row show the values for two Jacks.
Number: The number of hands that fall into that group. In the example, there are 35.840 different combinations for high card eight.
Odds: The odds to receive that hand. In the example the odds to get jacks up are 72/1.
Distrib.: The distribution among that group. Here the number of 2,72% shows, that from high card hands 2,72% will high card eight.
Chance: The probability to receive that hand. The basis for the calculation are always all hands. The chance to get high card eight up out of all possible poker hands is 1,38%.
Totaled: In this column the chance for this and the better ranks is totaled. For two high card eight, the number tells you, that 2,21% of all hands will be high card eight or better