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PostSubject: Basic Play   Wed Dec 03, 2008 1:17 am

Objective: to make the the best 5 card hand possible using any 5 of the 7 cards in your hand. In High/Lo play the hand with the 5 lowest cards, from 8 down, splits the pot with the high hand.

Basic Play: A game of seven card stud is usually played as a limit poker game, meaning that there is a fixed amount that can be bet per player per round. Each player antes then the dealing begins. A game of seven card stud is dealt in rounds, or streets. The first dealing round consists of each player getting two cards face down (hole or pocket cards) and one card face up (the door card). There is then a round of betting. Betting starts with the player who has the lowest door card and continues clockwise. In a case where two people have a door card of the same rank, the bring in is determined by suit. Spades is the highest possible suit, followed by hearts, diamonds, and clubs. Each player is then dealt another up card, called fourth street. Another round of betting ensues. Another up card (fifth street) is dealt to each player, followed by another round of betting. (It is important to note that on fifth street, the betting structure changes as the minimum bet doubles.) The last up card (sixth street) is now dealt to everyone left in the hand, followed by more betting. Finally, players get one last card, called the river, dealt face down. There is one final round of betting, and anyone left in the hand must show their cards to determine the winner. This final step is called the showdown.
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