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Sixty Four Poker

Sixty-Four Overview

Sixty-Four is a variant of Six Card Stud, played with hi-low, meaning that the pot is split between the player with the highest hand and the player with the lowest hand. It is suitable for 3-8 players.

Sixty-Four Rules

Before the deal, players ante up. The ante is a small sum put into the pot by each player before the game begins. The dealer gives each player two cards. The first is dealt facedown, while the second is dealt face-up. The player with the lowest number card showing begins the betting round, and it continues clockwise around the table. Players may elect to stay in or to fold, meaning they add no money to the pot, quit playing, and cannot win the pot. They may also choose to stay in by calling the current bet. They can also opt to raise the bet, adding more money than the current bet to the pot, and forcing anyone else who wishes to stay in to match the new sum.

When the first round of betting is over, each player receives another card face up, followed by a round of betting. The fourth and fifth cards are also dealt face up, each followed by a round of betting. The sixth card is dealt facedown, followed by the final round of betting and the showdown.

Each player forms the highest and/or lowest possible hand using five of their cards. They may form two different hands to try to win both. The highest hand and lowest hand split the pot. The highest hand must have at least a pair. If no player has a pair or better, then the lowest hand wins the pot. The lowest hand must consist of only numbers nine and under, and may not have a flush, a straight, or a pair. If no hand meets those criteria, then the high hand wins the whole pot. If no hand meets the criteria for either the high hand or the low hand, the pot is split among all players who have remained in the game.

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