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Royal Flush Casino is a card club in Lemoore California.
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44 North 19 1/2 Avenue
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Slots account for a good portion of a casino's action and
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Poker 7 Card Stud
7 Card Stud
Seven Card Stud Poker
Seven Card Stud Poker is played with a standard 52-card deck,
but can also be played with a joker. Standard poker rankings apply. When playing
with a joker, the joker can be used as an ace, or to complete a straight, flush,
or straight flush. Five aces is the highest ranking poker hand.
Each poker player is dealt two cards face down (hole cards) and one card face up.
There is a round of poker betting (check, bet, call, raise, or fold). Each remaining
player is dealt one card face up. There is a second round of poker betting. Each
remaining poker player is dealt a second card face up. There is a third round of
betting. Each remaining player is dealt a third card face up. There is a fourth
round of betting. Each remaining player is dealt a final card face down (hole
card). There is a fifth (final) round of betting. The player with the highest
ranking five-card poker hand wins the entire pot. In the event of a tie, the pot
will be split equally.
STUD POKER BETTING STRUCTURE
All players must first ante before they receive their initial cards. There are
five betting rounds in a complete game of 7 Card Stud Poker, not including Ante.
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According to 7 Card Stud Rules, the action is started by forcing the lowest
up card by rank and suit to bet the amount that corresponds to the bring-in for
each limit. The action then rotates clockwise and players must either call the
minimum bet forced by the low card, or make the first raise, which only
completes the bet to the lower value of the limit structure. Raises thereafter
are of the exact amounts of the fixed limits for each betting round.
On the first round of betting, the low card by rank and then by suit is required
to initiate action with a minimum small bring-in bet. Suits are ranked: spades
(highest), hearts, diamonds, clubs. On subsequent rounds, the high hand on board
initiates betting action. If poker hands are tied, the player to the left of the
dealer acts first. In all cases, the action prompts will inform the players as
to who acts first.
HOW TO PLAY
Ante-All players must post a small bet before the cards are dealt. This is
commonly called the ante.
Each player is dealt two cards face-down (hole cards) and one card face-up (door
First betting round-The lowest face-up card is forced to bet (bring-in) a
minimal bet which starts the action on the first betting round only. The first
raise only increases the money bet up to the lower limit level. i.e. The first
raise increases the bring-in bet to a total of $5 in a $5-$10 stud game.
Each player is dealt one card face-up. This is commonly called 4th street.
Second betting round-High hand acts first from this point (on each round) until
the last card is dealt. If there is an open pair (two cards of same rank)
showing, then player has the option of betting the lower or the higher amount of
the limits. i.e. $5 or $10 in a $5-$10 limit game.
Each player is dealt another card face-up (5th street)---At this point the limit
is raised to the higher limit amount. i.e. $10 in a $5-$10 stud game.
Third betting round-High hand acts first.
Each player is dealt another card face-up. This is commonly called 6th street.
Fourth betting round-High hand acts first.
Each player is dealt a last card face-down. This is commonly called the river
Final betting round-High hand acts first.
Players show their hands. This is commonly called "the showdown".
7 Card Stud Poker Rules specify that when players show their hands (the
showdown), they may use any 5 of their 7 cards to make their best possible poker