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Double Qualifier

  1. Noun

    Any game requiring both a minimum hand strength to win a low pot and a minimum hand strength to win a high pot; a high-low split game with a qualifier for each pot.

    EXAMPLE: "We usually play Omaha 8 or better at my home game. The other night we played double qualifier instead, and I found it was a little more challenging."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues

  2. Adjective

    That requires both a minimum hand strength in order to be eligible to win the high portion of the pot and a minimum hand strength in order to be eligible to win the low portion of the pot; that has a high qualifier and a low qualifier.

    EXAMPLE: "I'm much better at 7-card stud just played for the high hand than I am at 7-card stud double qualifier. I don't like high-low split games, and I don't really understand all the strategy differences that are involved in having qualifiers."

    APPLIES TO: Online and Land-based Venues

    USAGE: Describes any high-low split game.




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