# Laying on the hand with the lowest kicker, if not suited and there are 9+ outs

Lay on the selection with the lowest kicker in the second round, if it satisfies the following criteria:

1. Its price must be less than 10.0
2. It should not contain suited cards or a pair
3. No other hand must hold the same kicker
4. The number of cards left in the deck that are will improve the other hands' cards must be > 9. (There must be 9 or more outs).

Here are some more explanations to the last criterion. Suppose hands have the following cards:

Hand 1: K, 4
Hand 2: 9, 2
Hand 3: A, 9
Hand 4: J, 4

According to the conditions the program will bet on Hand 2, because the total number of outs is 11: three kings + three aces + three jacks + two fours.

Here is an example of the situation when betting is not possible:

Hand 1: Q, 5
Hand 2: K, 8
Hand 3: 4, K
Hand 4: 8, Q

The trigger would normally choose Hand 3 for a bet. But the number of outs is 7: two queens + three fives + two eights, so the trigger won't bet in this case.