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Basic Seven Card Stud
submitted by : The Joker King
The dealer begins by dealing two cards face down to each player, and one card dealt face up to each player. The player with the highest card showing opens the first betting round. Following this betting round, another card is dealt face-up to each player, followed by a betting round, followed by a third card face-up, followed by a betting round, followed by a fourth card face-up, followed by a betting round, followed by the last card dealt face-down, concluded by the final betting round. The player that opens each betting round is the player that has the best hand showing out of the cards face-up
Seven's Take All
submitted by : Jeff
A pair of 7's is the best hand a player can get.
If a player is dealt a 7 face up, the rest of the table does not know if that player has a second 7 face-down. If that player does not, then he or she can still bluff with high bets. Nothing in this game can beat a pair of 7's, except another player who also has a pair of 7's and a higher third card.
Kings and Little Ones
submitted by : Jeff
Kings are always wild, as well as the lowest card face-down in each players hand. Still other tables play that the King needs to be dealt face-down for it to be wild in that players hand.
Follow the Queen
submitted by : thegirl
Standard seven card stud with Queens wild. Throughout the course of the deal, if a Queen is dealt face-up to a player, then the card that is dealt face-up after that Queen is called the "trailer" and it is also wild as well as Queens. These Queens and trailers are also wild in determining who has the best hand showing to open each betting round.
If in the course of the deal, another Queen is dealt face-up to a player, then the trailer that follows that more recent Queen is now the new trailer and the new wild card as well as Queens. The old trailer is no longer wild...in other words, other than Queens, there is only ever one other wild card. Queens and cards matching the current trailer are also wild if they are dealt face-down. Best hand wins.
submitted by : Greco
The theme of this game is that each player chooses which of their cards they will show to the rest of the table, while maintaining the format of three cards face-down and four face-up. Each player is dealt three cards face-down. On the count of three, each player chooses which of the three cards they will turn face-up to the rest of the table. This is followed by a betting round, opened by the player with the highest card showing. Another card is dealt face-down to each player, and each player again must turn one of them face-up on the count of three. After another betting round opened by the player with the best hand showing, this continues until each player has been dealt a total of six cards and there have been four betting rounds. At this point, each player has two cards face-down and four cards face-up. The seventh and final card is dealt face-down, and the final betting round is again opened by the player with the best hand showing. Best hand wins.
Low in the hole, role your own.
submitted by : Levi
Like seven card stud, but every card is dealt down. the lowest hold card is wild. start with three cards in hole and you "role your own" or pick which of the three you lay down. betting follows each round as in seven card stud.
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9 Card Wild Discard
submitted by : Bruno
Deal 3 cards face down, one at a time, to each player. After looking at cards, player will discard one card, without revealing it. Player then will turn up one card. Round of betting. Again deal 2 cards face down, one at a time. Player again will discard one card and turn up one card. Round of betting. Again two cards are dealt face down. No cards are discarded, but one card is turned face up, leaving 2 cards face down.Round of betting. The next card is dealt face up to each player. Round of betting. The final card is dealt to each player face down. Round of betting. Now each player must discard any two cards,either hole cards or face up cards, or one of each. A 5 card hand with cards face down and face up will remain. Final round of betting. Highest 5 card hand takes the pot. Top Hand is 5 wild cards, followed by 5 od a kind, then as in regular stud poker. If a tie hand cannot be broken, using high card, the pot should be split.
submitted by : Mike
7 stud; whoever stays till showdown and loses matches the pot. If everyone checks at showdown, no winner; retain pot and redeal