Different sets of house rules might decide differently. These solutions according to John Scarne's Scarne's Guide to Modern Poker. Back to puzzle

One note: in order that these answers not give away the puzzle, they don't include exactly which person won the high or low hands and with what hands (though, admittedly, lots can be deduced from these results).

Solutions: how the chips are divided

Game 1

Player 1: 0 chips
Player 2: 16 chips
Player 3: 66 chips
Player 4: 16 chips
2 chips hold over into the next game's pot!

Game 2

Player 1: 100 chips
Player 2: 0 chips
Player 3: 0 chips
Player 4: 0 chips