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Sevens Take All

Sevens Take All Overview

Sevens Take All is a variant of Seven Card Stud with only one difference. A pair of sevens beats any hand, including a Royal Flush. The only hand that can beat a pair of sevens in Sevens Take All is a pair of sevens with a higher kicker. Like Seven Card Stud, Sevens Take All is suitable for 3-7 players.

Sevens Take All Rules

Before play begins, each player must ante up, placing a small sum of money in the pot. Then the dealer gives each player two cards face down and one card face up.

The first round of betting begins with the player with the lowest upcard. That player must place a bring-in bet to stay in the game. The bring-in bet is lower than the lowest betting unit in a limit game. It serves the same purpose as blinds do in Hold’em games. Each player after the bring-in must at least match the bring-in bet in order to stay in. This is known as calling. If any player wishes to raise, they simply place more money in the pot and every other player must match the new bet to call. If a player doesn’t wish to match the bet, they may fold, relinquishing all rights to the pot.

When the betting round is completed, the fourth, fifth, and sixth cards are dealt faceup. Each one is followed by a round of betting, beginning with the player to the dealer’s left. The seventh card is dealt face down, followed by a final round of betting and the showdown. Each player forms the best possible poker hand using five cards from their hand, remembering that a pair of sevens beats any hand that does not contain a pair of sevens.

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