If you are referring stud/8 or omaha hi/lo then what the previous to gentleman told you is correct. These games are probably your biggest money makers in the beginning of your poker career simply because not that many people understand the games or even better the complexities involved. The only piece of advice I can give here is that you should always shoot for the low side of the pot as there are much better scooping opportunities. Also beware of split lows as that is a -EV outcome and should be avoided at all cost. You are actually better off dumping your hand instead of trying to capture a quarter of the pot. Even if you know you have the nut low and suspect that one of your two other opponents has the same nut low, just dump and move on.