Seven cards are immediately dealt face down to each player. A High/Low game, players make their best (or worst) five card hand. Of the two kickers left over, players leave one to the side, but keep the other in their hand. Each player puts their six cards on the table with a pile of four cards in the middle and a single card on each side of the pile.
Simultaneously, players flip over one card at a time from their four-card pile. A betting round ensues each flip, opened by the player with the best hand showing. After the fourth betting round (when each player should have their entire four-card pile flipped over, leaving only the two single cards), players simultaneously flip over EITHER the left card OR the right card.
A player who flips over his or her left card is signalling going "low"; a player who flips over his or her right card is signalling going "high". In other words, the card not flipped over is the second kicker that was kept from the beginning of the hand. Winners of the High and Low hands split the pot.