Learn how to play 7 card stud.

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Seven card stud is a different kind of poker game, relying on memory, strategy, and betting. Watch this video to learn the basics playing 7card stud online.

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  1. Clean tutorial : but I recommend : play poker like the pros by Phil helmuth: how much you love it course it teaches all horse tournament and strategy…

  2. this is the third video I watched and none of them say when you can look at your hole cards?

  3. What if there 2 or more deuces to bring in on the 1st round? Which one is the lowest?

  4. I thought you can only have a maximum of 7 players at a table. Theoretically speaking if there were 8 people, and everyone stayed in the hand until, the very end, that would require 56 cards to be dealt, which would be impossible considering a traditional deck only has 52 cards, excluding the Jokers. If there were 7 players, and everyone stayed in the hand, that would be 49 cards dealt. Other than that, the video was very informative.

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