There are five rounds
of betting in 7 Card Stud, and it is played with two
to eight players. Each player is dealt seven cards,
three cards face down and four allocated open. The
aim of the game is to form the best five-card hand.
One of the 7 card stud game rules is that the order
of bidding by the cards the player is determined.
Before the start of the game each player pays an ante (basic use) into the pot. After two cards face down (hole cards) and one card face up (door card or upward) to each player is dealt by the dealer. The player with the lowest card opened the first round with the forced bet, i.e., the minimum bet must be at the height of the Ante and the player may set the maximum lower split limit.
If two or more players have the same card value, then decides the color, wherein the smallest cross-color. After the forced bet has been placed, the players come in clockwise order. The player to the left of the first player has the option between call (go along), raise (increase) and fold (fit) to decide.
An increase should be identical to the value of the opening bet and a call to the height of the initial deployment. This process continues clockwise continues until all players have the same amount in the pot have been paid.
Each player gets a second card, and now the player starts with the highest combination of open and between call (go along), raise (increase) and fold (fit) can decide. Then the game proceeds clockwise. If a player has at this time an open pair, he and all the other players must place a wager between the low limit and the higher limit, otherwise, in the second round of betting the lower limit still applies.
If it comes to a showdown after the last round of
betting, the player who has the last increase
(raise) in the last round of betting must reveal his
cards first. After that, the remaining players can
decide whether they want to expose their cards or
not. The participant with the highest hand wins the