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Unread 06-05-2008, 05:31 PM
scary spice scary spice is offline
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Default Seven Card Stud General Strategy

Seven Card Stud is a HIGH card game. More winning hands are decided by the highest pair of two pair or just the highest pair, than by straights, flushes and other big hands. So if you start with a straight or flush draw, it should have at least two high cards or at least one card that is higher than anything up on the board. These draw hands and low pair starting hands need to improve or turn a high pair quickly to justify continued play. Any time your high hand is beaten on the board, fold, unless you think you still have the best draw hand. Fast play early high hands ( that could win without improvement) to thin out the competition. Slow play draw hands to keep other players in to increase the pot odds in case you hit.
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Unread 07-13-2008, 06:22 PM
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I normally tend to stay away from Stud. It doesn't have the attraction as Holdem or Omaha in my opinion.
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I have played Seven Card Stud few times and everytime I play, I was playing with Pro, but it gave me great drill to learn new strategies. But still, it takes a while to learn some major strategies.
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