Poker Rules 7 Card Stud

Seven Card Stud is a very popular stud variant, and is played mainly in the United States. Stud can be played with 2-8 players. Each player is dealt seven cards, three cards face down (can only be seen by the player) and four open cards. The objective of the game is to form from the seven cards the best possible poker hand.
Seven Card Stud is a very popular stud variant, and is played mainly in the United States. Stud can be played with 2-8 players. Each player is dealt seven cards, three cards face down (can only be seen by the player) and four open cards. The objective of the game is to form from the seven cards the best possible poker hand.
Stud is usually played with an ante, ie, each player pays a pre-determined amount (usually 1/5 of lowest use) into the pot. Pays a player no ante, he does not receive cards. When the antes have been paid, the dealer deals the cards clockwise, each player receives three cards (two cards face down, one card face up). The open card is also called the “door card”, the player with the lowest score on the “door card” sets first. If two players have the same value, the highest suit who goes first, it is this order (from low to high): Cross (clubs), Diamonds (Diamond), heart (Heart) and spades (Spade). The player with the lowest card, has the ability to make a bring-in bet supplement (half of a low bets) or Bet (Bet the full low pay). If you were to play as 4 $ / $ 8 limit stud, the bring-in must be $ 2 or $ 4. Therefore, the club-2 will always have to pay the bring-in. The bring-in is one of the inserts. If no one raises, the player with the carry-in to pay any additional money. If someone raises, he must pay the raise amount minus the carry-in’s to stay in the game.
In Seven Card Stud there are 5 betting rounds and it is played exclusively in the fixed-limit variant. While the first two rounds of betting are bets and raises an amount X, in the following three rounds of betting this amount is 2 * X. If you play $ 4 / $ 8 stud, all bets and raises are $ 4 are high during the first two rounds, in the following three betting rounds, the bets and raises accordingly $ 8 high. Each round allows a maximum of four bets per player, consisting of an insert and 3 increases. betting round 1 (3rd Street)

In stud, the betting rounds are generally referred to as “Streets”, starting with the 3rd Street to 7th Street. After the first three cards are distributed (2 cards face down, one card face up), and the player with the carry-in to decide whether he wants to pay the full or half carry-in, starting with the player to the left of the clockwise player who has brought the bring-in, started the betting. Each player must now decide whether he wants to stay in the hand, the hand gives or raises. If the carry-in had paid half a low-Bet, the first bet can supplement this application only on a full low-Bet. For example, if the delivery had paid half a low-bet of $ 2, the first raise a maximum of $ 4 may be. If the carry-in had decided to bring the full low-bet of $ 4, all raises must be a multiple of $ 4 to be high. If a player chooses to fold, he revealed to his face-up card and pushes his cards in the middle of the table. After all bets and raises have been made starts 4th Street.
Each player receives another up card. From this point, the first action to the player showing the highest hand goes. The player with the highest pair or with the two highest cards must then decide whether he makes a bet (a full Low Bet) or checked out. If he checks the initiative goes clockwise to the next player, who is still in the game. If the first player to act in a pair of his cards on the table have, he gets and all the other players who are still in hand to set an additional option (a full high Bet). If two players have identical cards face value, it is decided by the color, again applies the order (from low to high): Cross (clubs), Diamonds (Diamond), heart (Heart) and spades (Spade). If all bets or raises have been made the next round, which is called 5th Street begins.
Each player’s hand is dealt another up card. The process is as at 4th Street, the player with the highest hand acts first. In this round (and subsequent rounds of betting) the bets and raises must have at least the level of full employment. If all raises and bets have been starts the next round of betting, which is known as 6th Street.
A sixth card is dealt to each player in hand, again this card is visible for every player. The process is as at 5th Street, again the player with the highest hand first. All bets and raises must be at least a full commitment high.
Then the seventh card to the remaining player is dealt, this time covered. Once again acts the player with the highest visible hand first. If not all the players are at this time in your hand, it may happen that not enough cards in the deck, so that each player can receive a seventh card. In this case, only a seventh card to all players is dealt face up, which is used as a community card. Each player’s hand can use this map therefore, to make his best possible 5-card poker hand.
Now the betting is done and there is a showdown. Each player’s hand is now his best 5-card hand showing and try to win the pot. The player, who had set or a raise last, shows his hand first (or mucks), this procedure then moves clockwise from player to player on (show hand or muck). The hand with the best 5-card poker hand (5 out of 7 cards) wins. One of the following combinations can be used.
• 5 out of 7 cards
• An open card and 4 cards will be distributed.
If two or more hands have the same values, wins the card with the highest value, such as a flush with an ace is higher than a flush with a King. If still a tie, chooses the “kicker”. To this end, if you look at the top card of which is not used in the combination. If a game ends in a tie, the pot is divided by two, the pot is uneven, the player left of the dealer gets the surplus.

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