How do you play no-limit seven-card stud?
How do you play seven-card stud?
What are rules of seven-card stud?
Dec 27th, 2007 01:59
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It isn't practical to play classic seven-card stud with no-limit betting,
but here is a game called mississippi seven card stud, which can. Deal
the start cards as for conventional seven-card stud, two down, one up;
then deal each active player two more upcards, then a fourth upcard,
then a fifth upcard. In other words deal the cards 3-2-1-1 instead of
If you like mississippi, the layout also works very well with an extra
hole-card, a form called murrumbidgee stud: the deal is the same as
mississippi except everyone gets three hole-cards to start: only two of
the hole cards can be used at the end. Hands like (3s,Kc,Ac)3c, have a
lot of ways to improve: you'll make the flush 20% of the time by the
end, and there are eight cards which give you at least kings up.
(9s,Jc,Qc)10c will make either a straight or a flush over 40% of the
time by the end, and if you flop Ko,8c or Kc, 8o, you have a
twenty-three way straight and flush draw. A king or an eight on the
flop, plus one club, gives you a twenty way straight and flush draw.
There is plenty of action in murrumbidgee, making it an excellent
short-handed game: it can be dealt for up to six players at time.
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