Omaha Hi-Lo Strategy
In Omaha Hi/Low your goal is to win both the high and the low. This means that you should be very selective of your starting hands and how you play them. Seldom over commit before flop, remember to try and get both the high and the low. Be skilled at calculating the pot odds and remember that it is a split pot, so avoid bluffing unless you are quite certain that your opponents missed both the Hi and the Low. In general, you should only play hands that include A-2, A-3 or 2-3 for low hand. When you hit a good flop, play more aggressive. Only occasionally bluff on the river if there is not a low hand out. Bluffing is hard to do and usually costly in Omaha Hi/Low. Don't play too many starting hands or call all the way with only a high or low potential. Remember that you want players to fold if you are heads up and have either the low hand nuts or the high hand nuts. Keeping your opponents in the hand and having a showdown, will only win you half the pot instead of the whole pot. The pot may be bigger if you make smaller raises, but your profit will be lower.
Omaha Hi-Lo Starting Hands
Omaha Hi/Low is a hand driven game, there isn't much bluffing involved,
the player with the best hand usually wins in the end. The best starting
hands have potential to win both the high and the low.
x = any card
Premium Starting Hands
A2QK, A2KJ, A2xx