All right, so here we go. We roll a card and
we’re each representing a high good hand. I’m representing that I might have the low.
We can bet. You’re trying to push me off. So bet. You say two black, I call. We roll
again. You show king, jack, I show ace, king. At this time you bet and you say four black
and I raise to eight. At this time I’m trying to push you off. You call. Going to go ahead
and say that you’re going to call only for the sake of this demonstration. And for the
sake of this demonstration we’re going to check the rest of the way. You say king, jack,
nine; you show king, jack, nine. I roll a Queen. At this point I would bet and probably
push off my opponent because I figure doesn’t have the straight and he can’t bluff me out.
So from here on out I’m just going to flip over cards. You show your ace. I show what
turns out to be a junk card. We go check check. There is a betting round and here’s the last
card. A three and a six. Now if we’re playing with the rule that eight or better is a qualifying
low I win the whole hand. I’d scoop the pot with an ace, king, queen high because you
have ace, king, jack high. But if we don’t play with that rule you have the better low
because I have the better high and neither one of us has a pair or three of a kind or
something like that. So congratulations. We split the pot, it’s a tie game. I hope you
enjoy Skinnie Minnie.