Originally Posted by KJ o
I am looking for an easy to use Java library for evaluating Omaha Hi/Lo hands. I want to enter two or more hands, and zero, three, four or five board cards and be given a probability for the different outcomes.
I'd argue that with five board cards it's not really a "probability": Roger Federer beats Nadal 6-0, 6-0, 6-0, what it's "probability" of winning?
You could say it's a probability of 1.0, but that is still a stretch
So you want basically a fast evaluator.
For preflop matchups you want to do MonteCarlo simulations and for flop and turn you want to brute force all the possibilities.
For a full board, you want to evaluate the response.
Good Hold'em evaluator evalute hundreds of millions of hands per second at the cost of some memory (60 MB or so).
A Omaha and Omaha Hi evaluator is trivial to implement from an Holdem evaluator.
A Omaha lo isn't hard.
Any ideas on where to look? This is for my own private use, so basically any license is acceptable.
Pokersrc as been pointed out to you, you can search this forums and you'll find lots of threads.