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Seven Card Stud Poker

In the Seven Stud card game there are five betting rounds (oh ye). Stud is played with an ante, a decided upon down payment to start of the game. There are no community cards in stud, the players' hands determine the order of action (so don’t forget to pray for some good cards right at the beginning). In the first round of betting, the player with the lowest card must make a bring-in bet and, in subsequent betting rounds, the player with the best hand showing has to act first. Depending on the size of the game, an ante may or may not be used. All players put the ante in front of them and the dealer collects the ante and puts it into the pot (make sure nothing in his pockets).

The game:

The online poker game begins when all players receive two cards face down (the hole cards in poker player lingo) and one card face up which is called the up-card (kind of self explanatory). The cards are dealt clockwise, one at a time. This hand is called the starting hand.

After the cards have been dealt, let the games begin

  1. The player who has been dealt the lowest up-card is required to start the action by placing a bring-in bet. If two or more players have the same rank of up-cards, then suit becomes the deciding factor as to which of them is to make the bring-in bet. The lowest suit is Clubs followed by Diamonds, Hearts and Spades. This means that the 2 of spades is the lowest possible up-card.
  2. After the bring-in bet is played, the action continues clockwise. The player to the immediate left of the bring-in has the option of folding, calling or raising. A raise is the size of the opening bet and a call is the size of the bring-in bet.
  3. The betting proceeds until all players who have not folded have contributed equally to the pot.
The second hand of betting begins with:
  1. The dealer deals a fourth card face up to all remaining players.
  2. In this round and all later betting rounds, it is the player with the best up-cards who has to act first.
  3. The smaller bring-in bet is no longer utilized. If a player pairs his up-card, he has the option of betting a small bet or he can make the bigger bet that is used in subsequent betting rounds. This option occurs only for the player who pairs his up-card.
  4. The betting begins clockwise from the player who was first to act and ends when all players who did not fold have contributed equally to the pot.
The third round of betting is about to begin all aboard…..
  1. The dealer deals a fifth card face up for each remaining player.
  2. The player with the best up-card acts first.
  3. All bets are the size of the bigger bet.
  4. The betting moves clockwise from the player who acted first and finishes when all remaining players have equally contributed to the pot.
The fourth round of betting (one more to go after this)
  1. The dealer deals a sixth card face up to all remaining players.
  2. The player with the best up-cards acts first.
  3. All bets are the size of the bigger bet.
  4. The betting proceeds clockwise from the first player who acted and ends when all players who did not fold have contributed equally to the pot.
The fifth and last round is right around the corner and here we go….
  1. The dealer deals a seventh card face down (make sure no one is taking a peak) to all remaining players.
  2. just like before the player with the best up-cards acts first.
  3. All bets are the size of the bigger bet.
  4. The betting continues clockwise from the player who acted first and ends when all remaining players who did not fold have contributed equally to the pot.
  5. If someone gets called on the last round of betting, there is a show down. The player who gets called is forced to flip his three down cards face up on the table. The other players then have the option of either mucking their hands or, if they have it, of showing the winning hand.
Now that you have learned the principals of the Seven Card Stud Poker game, all that is left is to practice, practice, and than practice even more until you have perfected your game, before you start playing for some big numbers.

Good luck on your next poker game From the Online Casinos USA team

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