Limit Seven-Card Stud Beginners Guide Part 3
Part two of our beginners guide to Stud detailed some common mistakes, starting hands and the concept of stealing antes. In the final part we'll explore how to play the different types of starting hands.
Here are a few computer simulations of interesting hand matchups:
The Effects of Dead Cards
Below are a number of tables displaying how your chances of making a certain hand change, depending on the number of dead cards.
Stud is one of the oldest forms of poker, and still a favorite game to many. Next time you're spreading a home-game, add some stud into your rotation and you'll be glad you did.
More Articles in the Beginners Guide to Limit Seven-Card Stud:
- Part 1 - Tips, Structures & Antes and Key Advice
- Part 2 - Third Street Advice, Starting Hands, Stealing Antes and More.
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Texas holdem; The board showed a straight club flush w 9 high?
Player 1 had: a of hearts and 9 of diamonds
Player 2 had: A of Clubs and j of spades
who wins the hand?
You can only use 5 cards to make a hand in Stud, meaning your dad was correct. In the event of two players holding the same straight flush (all 5 cards have to have the same rank, such as both players holding 4-5-6-7-8), the pot is split.
Suits are never taken into account for deciding a winning hand in Seven Card Stud either.
hi my dad an me had an identical straight flush in seven card stud.... he argued that we split the pot and i argued that we use the sixth card as a "kicker tie breaker" what is the ruling on this?