Odds the Turn Card Will

Having just one backup low card in the hole increases the probability of turning a nut Low hand from a nut Low draw from 35.6% to 55.6%.

With both a Low draw and a Flush draw, the player has almost a 50-50 (47%) chance of making either the Low or the Flush and still has another card to come. A player does not need big money odds to make this hand very playable after the Flop.

With the multiple-way draw possible in Omaha Hi-Lo, the odds of improvement on the Turn can exceed 50%. With a Low draw, Straight draw and a Flush draw, the player will turn a made hand 60% of the time.

With certain 5-card holdings after the Flop, the odds that these holdings will improve with the laying of the Turn card are

After the Flop

Hand to Turn

Odds

Low Draw

Low

1.8 : 1

Low Draw with Backup Low Card

Low

1.1 : 1

Wheel Draw

Wheel

10.3 : 1

Low Draw or Made Low

Counterfeit Low

6.5 : 1

Low Draw & Flush Draw

Low or Flush

1.1 : 1

After the Flop

Hand to Turn

Odds

Flush Draw

Flush

4 : 1

Open Straight Draw

Straight

4.6 : 1

Gut-Shot Straight Draw

Straight

10.25 : 1

Open Straight & 4 Flush & Low Draw

Straight, Flush or Low

.67 : 1

2 Pair

Full House

10.3 : 1

Set

Full House or Quads

5.4 : 1

Made Straight or Flush

Pair the Board

4: 1

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