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Seven Card Stud Poker

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Seven Card Stud online poker is for many an intriguing and challenging variant of online poker. Good hands can become bad, but bad hands can also become good. There are a total of 5 betting rounds in a game of Seven Card Stud online poker so the pot can become fairly large. (VERY large in fact)

1. Object of the game:

To achieve the best poker hand or make the other players give up. If you do this, you win the whole pot.

2. Online poker rules in short:

Each online poker player can create their best online poker hand from 7 cards.

  • There are 4 open cards, which all players can see
  • Each player has 3 closed cards

A normal deck of cards with 52 cards and no jokers is used. Up to 7 online poker players can play at a table.

3. The game begins

Everyone who wants to take part in the game must pay an Ante (starting amount) to the pot. The Ante is often 10% of the minimum bet, but must be a minimum of $0.25.

4. The first deal

All players in the game receive 2 closed (hidden) cards, and one open (visible) card.

5. Bidding round 1

The online poker player with the lowest card starts. He must as a minimum do a Bring-In (a forced bet) of ½ times the minimum bet, unless he decides to give up and quit the game immediately. The other players can now Complete and thereby add towards the minimum bet. Players can also Call, Raise or Fold. You can normally only raise 3 times in this betting round. The round is finished when all players have put the same amount into the pot. All bets in betting round 1, in a game of Seven Card Stud Online poker Limit, equal the minimum bet.
Example: If playing at a $10/$20 online poker table, you put in $10 for a Call/Bet and a further $10 for raises.

6. The 4th Street – fourth card is dealt

All remaining players receive a fourth open card and everyone now has 2 closed cards and 2 open cards each.

7. Betting round 2

The players who are still in the game start a new betting round. The player with the highest hand must start with one of the following: Bet, Check, Call, Raise or Fold. You can usually only raise up to 3 times in the round. The round is finished when all players have put the same amount into the pot. In a game of Seven Card Stud Online poker Limit, all bets in betting round 2 equal the minimum bet. (NB: If an online poker player has a pair in his 2 open cards, then all players have the option to choose the maximum bet instead.)
Example: If playing at a $10/$20 online poker table, you put in $10 for a Call/Bet and a further $10 for a Raise.

8. The 5th Street – the fifth card is dealt

The players still in the game receive another open card. All players each have 2 closed and 3 open cards.

9. Betting round 3

A new betting round starts with the remaining players. The player with the highest open hand starts. He can Bet, Check, Call, Raise or Fold. You can normally only raise 3 times in this betting round. The round is finished when all players have put the same amount into the pot.
In a game of Seven Card Stud Online poker Limit, all bets in betting round 3 equal the maximum bet.
Example: If playing at a $10/$20 online poker table, you put in $20 for a Call/Bet and a further $20 for a Raise.

10. The 6th Street – sixth card is dealt

All the online poker players still in the game get another open card and everyone now has 4 open cards and 2 closed cards.

11. Betting round 4

A new betting round starts with the remaining players. The online poker player with the highest open hand starts and can Fold, Call, Raise, Check or Bet. You can usually only raise up to 3 times in the round. The round finishes when all players have put the same amount into the pot.
In a game of Seven Card Stud Online poker Limit, all bets in betting round 3 equal the maximum bet.
Example: If playing at a $10/$20 online poker table, you put in $20 for a Call/Bet and a further $20 for a Raise.

12. The River – the final card is dealt

The active players still in the game receive a CLOSED seventh card. All players now each have 4 open and 3 closed cards.

13. Betting round 5 – final bidding round

The player with the best OPEN poker hand starts by Checking, Betting, Calling, Raising or Folding. You can usually only raise up to 3 times in the round. The round finishes when all players have put the same amount into the pot.
In a game of Seven Card Stud Online poker Limit, all bets in betting round 3 equal the maximum bet.
Example: If playing at a $10/$20 online poker table, you put in $20 for a Call/Bet and a further $20 for a Raise.

14. The Showdown – the winner is selected

One by one each player reveals their 3 closed cards. The online poker player who can show the best 5 card poker hand when his individual 3 closed card are combined with the 4 open cards, wins the WHOLE POT. In case of a draw the pot is shared. The owner of the online poker room takes a so-called rake of a small percentage of the pot.
A new game of Seven Card Stud Online poker can begin!

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Seven Card Stud Online poker Hi/Lo

In this type of Seven Card Stud Online poker, the pot is shared between 2 players who have the best and worst online poker hands respectively.

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Edited by Henrik Jørgensen
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