Omaha Eight or Better
Michael Cooper raised from under the gun, and action folded around to Tom Schneider in the small blind. Schneider called, and George Rechnitzer called from the big blind. The flop fell , and Schneider and Rechnitzer both checked. Cooper bet out, and both other players called to see the on the turn. Cooper again bet, and the others again both called. Cooper bet again on the river, a . Schneider thought for a minute, but elected to fold, and Rechnitzer quickly called. The players showed their hands:
Cooper won the low with his eighty-five low, and the players split the high with matching pairs of jacks with an ace kicker. Rechnitzer got quartered, and Cooper won the remaining three quarters on the pot.