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Old 08-05-05, 02:16 PM
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Spade Introduction to 7 Card Stud

While not currently as popular as Texas Holdem, 7-card stud is a very exciting game that has been widely played for generations. The basic premise of 7-card stud is to make the best 5 card hand of the 7 cards you are dealt. Of these 7 cards, 3 are delivered face down as hole cards, and 4 are delivered face up for the tables viewing, however these are not community cards as in Texas Holdem. Hands are ranked in the standard Poker way, and any 5 of the 7 cards may be used, and kickers and split pots operate exactly the same as in Holdem. Aces play both high and low for the purposes of a straight.

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i love 7 card stud, not as much as nl holdem but i do well at it & i seem to cash quite a bit from it
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Ive seen it on the WSOP but i havnt tested it. It sounds good though.
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if you want to test it like any other game ur not sure of best way is to play play money or very low limits. I know when u play fro play money people call everything but at least u can learn the basics of the game
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Is the guy (or gal) who raises the buy in every time. And I mean EVERY time. If the buy in is .10 he/she raises to 25 each time then, 3/4 or more of the time ends up folding on 5th street. I just can't figure out what they are trying to do. I can see trying to reduce the field maybe, but since they do it EVERY hand eveybody else soon sees what's up and simply calls or re-raises until the damn buy in on a .25/.50 game looks like a 1/2 or higher game.

Oh hell, I suppose the guy has a reason that makes sense to him.
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