More 7 Card Stud Rules

In poker the community cards that can be used by all the players at the table are usually referred to as community cards. After the first community card has been placed on the board the players start another betting round. The player with the highest visible card starts the betting round from now and onwards (this is unique to 7 Card Stud). After this betting round is over and all players acted an additional community card is placed on the table. When reaching the second community card the stakes (size of the bets) goes up to the maximal bet at the table. A third community card is dealt with another betting round coming subsequently.

The last community card is quiet different than the previous. It is what to truly set apart 7 Card Stud from different types of poker. The last community card is placed facing down and none of the players can see it. As always another betting round initiates and the players show their hands. Then it is up to the dealer to determine the strongest hand and award the winner with the pot. 7 Card Stud is indeed a unique and challenging poker variation. Luckily enough you can find it in any typical online casino.

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