Poker uses a standard deck of cards, 52 cards (there are some poker games that use more or less depending on variations, such as adding wild cards like wild cards). The ranking of cards is as follows: Ace (the highest), King, Queen, Jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 (the lowest), Ace (this can also be the lowest card, however, whichever of the variations you use is usually the highest.
There are four colors (spades, hearts, diamonds and clubs). No suit is taller than the other. Placeholders take on the rank or color you want. A wildcard can either be a separate card added like a joker, or you can specify a specific card in the standard deck as a wildcard like deuces or whatever.
At the beginning two players at the table place a small bet or a blind bet before they are dealt any cards. It is the turn of every player sitting in the game to make such a bet. The players are dealt five face down cards first. The players take the cards and look at them and then decide if they want to stay in the game. In this case, a bet must now be placed. Once all bets have been made, the first round of betting is complete. Players can now trade any number of cards from their hand with the dealer. This is known as a “tie”. As soon as the tie is over, a second round of betting takes place.
Seven-Card Stud is easy to learn for beginners, yet challenging enough to pique the interest of experienced players. In Seven-Card Stud, each player receives two cards face down and one face up. The player with the low card opens the bet. Each player has to call, raise or fold in turn.
Each player then receives 3 face up cards with a betting round after each card. The last card dealt to each remaining player is dealt face down after the final betting round. The players remaining in the hand then reveal their hands and the winning poker hand is awarded the pot. Colors are not used to determine the winning hand and tied hands split the pot.
Seven Cards Stud High / Low Split
High / Low Split differs from the high-only game in that the player with the highest card must open the bet. If there is a qualifying low hand (five cards of 8 or less with no pair) at the showdown, it will be awarded. Half of the pot and the best poker hand will be awarded. In the absence of a qualifying low hand, the best poker hand wins the entire pot. A straight or flush, 8 high or low, can be either the highest or the lowest hand. In this case, she wins the entire pot.