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hendrik | 18th Nov 2017 | 一般

Seven card double or better, also known as the height of seven cards, is a two-player game with two to eight players. As with normal seven cards, each player has a total of seven cards, three of which face down and the other four face up.

 

purpose

To make your best five card ace, your best five card low card, use any combination of seven cards you deal with. The master hand wins the semi-hand, the lower hand wins the other hand. The best high hand wins the pot if there is no qualified low hand.

 

A good low hand is a card that is 8 or less in all five cards and one card is the lowest. A low hand can not exist, but it can be straight and / or level. The lowest card is A2345. The highest possible low qualification is 87654.

 

Note: winning master and low hand called "scoop pot."

 

Forced betting

bet

Normally, a seven-card deck card's bet size is one-fifth the size of the lower limit bet. Each player must eat before beginning. The bets do not count towards any future bets.

 

Bring in

After the initial deal, each player has a card showing that the lowest hand must "come in", which means he has to place the bottom bet in the pot. If two or more players share the lowest hand, the nearest one to the left of the dealer must be entered. This bet is counted as your first bet, so as long as no one raises, you do not have to look at the next card in the pot.

 

Betting rounds

There are five rounds of betting. With a limit of seven cards, all bets and bets must equal the size of the lower or upper bets, depending on which round it is. In the first two rounds, all bets and bets must equal the bet bets. In the third, fourth, and fifth rounds, all bets must equal the upper limit bet size. For example, if you play 3-6 seven-card hands, all bets in the first two rounds will be added in $ 3 increments and all bets in the last three rounds will be in the amount of $ 6. Up to 3 bets per round bet.

 

The third street - two cards for each player, followed by the other face up. The lowest card player must enter, bet 1/2 by betting. He can choose to place a bet by betting. Playing cards rotate clockwise around the table, with each player choosing to fold, bid or raise. All bets and bets must equal bet bets.

Fourth Street - Fourth card for all players. The highest player (at this point, the highest possible pair of aces) is the first action. He can choose to fold, view or bet. If two or more players are tied as the top player then the closest one to the left of the dealer will be the first one. Turn clockwise around the table as before. If at this point the player is showing a pair, he and all other players can choose to bet the bet size or the cap bet size. Otherwise, all bets and bets must equal the bet bets.

Fifth Street - The fifth card is for each player. In addition to all bets and raises now having to be equal to the maximum bets placed, the same game as in the previous round, with the highest hand bets placed.

Sixth Street - The sixth card for all players. The game was played in the previous round. All bets and bets must equal the size of the limit bets.

Seventh Street - Seventh and last card for each player. The game was played in the previous round. All bets and bets must equal the size of the limit bets. In this case, all eight players still hold the rare case that each player does not have enough cards to receive another player. If this happens, not every player holds a card face down, but instead places a card in the middle of the table, free for use by every player.

Showdown - Anyone who has not folded since the last round of betting can now choose to let go. The last betting person is the first to show their hand and then from there clockwise, with each remaining player either choosing to show their hand or messing it up. Normally, if a player does not win, they will take out his hand without expecting the opponent to see their play.