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Poker Strategy | Poker Variants

How To Play Fifth Street in 7 Card Stud High/Low Regular

Fifth street play in any 7 Card Stud game is the most critical piece of a winning strategy. With the limits doubling, fifth street is where you choose to either get out of a hand or go all the way to the end with it. This is certainly the case in...

How to Play Fourth Street in 7 Card Stud High/Low Regular

Fourth street in any stud game is an extremely important time in the hand. It is the last time you will be able to make a smaller limit bet before the stakes go up. Because of that, you need to be very aware of whether your cards justify...

How to Play 7 Card Stud High/Low Regular Tournaments

It may be difficult to find a 7 Card Stud High/Low Regular tournament to play in, due to the fact that the game has almost completely been replaced by 7 Card Stud 8 or Better in most venues where high/low stud is played. However, you will still...

How to Play 7 Card Stud High/Low Regular

The first step in mastering any poker game is simply to learn how to play the game properly. This is especially true for any game that may be played with a number of variations. 7 Card Stud High/Low is played quite a few different ways. While the...

7 Card Stud High/Low Regular Tips

While there are many detailed beginning and advanced plays that go into creating a comprehensive 7 Card Stud High/Low Regular strategy, basic concepts of how to win at this game come up over and over each time you sit down at the table. This...

Cash KeyTop Five Beginner Mistakes in 7 Card Stud High/Low Regular

While becoming a top-flight poker player involves developing many skills and strategies that will keep your opponents off-balance and confused about your play, possibly the most important thing you can do as a beginning player is to learn to cut...

Poker Controls the UniverseAn Introduction to Poker Variants

Most of the world's poker playing population know how to play No Limit Holdem, or at least have an understanding of what the game is about, but there is much more to poker than being dealt two hole cards and trying to catch a piece of the five...

How To Play 7 Card Stud High/Low

Perhaps the most important thing to consider before sitting down to play a new poker variant is to understand just how to play the game that is spread at the table. It doesn’t matter whether the game is live or online, you simply have to know...

7 Card Stud High/Low Regular Tournament Tips

It may be difficult to find a 7 Card Stud High/Low Regular tournament since the game has largely been replaced by Stud 8 or Better, but if you happen to find yourself in such a tourney, or if you decide to host one yourself, it is important to...

7 Card Stud High/Low Tips

In developing any comprehensive approach to the playing of a variation of poker, you will notice that there are specific concepts that come up to be used continually, every time you sit down to play. These are even more essential to master early...

7 Card Stud High/Low Regular - Sample Hand #1

Before you review this sample hand, make certain that you have read the other articles about 7 Card Stud High/Low Regular here at PokerWorks. This will help you to understand why certain plays are either approved of or criticized. The limits are...

7 Card Stud Hi/Lo 8; Better Strategy for Beginners

The most common form of 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo that is currently played, both online and in casinos, is 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo 8 or Better. This game differs from 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo Regular in that the low hand splits the pot with the high hand ONLY if it...

Bluffing in 7 Card Stud High/Low Regular

Bluffing is an integral part of poker. In a game such as 7 Card Stud High/Low Regular, where so many of the cards are in plain view for everyone to see, it is more challenging to bluff, as compared with games where all or most of the cards are...

Heads-Up 7 Card Stud High/Low Regular Strategy

Heads-up poker is often more a question of which of the two players can exert his/her will upon the other. As a result, it often comes down to which opponent can be more aggressive at the right time. While there is some truth to this...

Selecting Starting Hands in 7 Card Stud High/Low Regular

Choosing whether or not to play the three cards you are dealt in 7 Card Stud High/Low Regular is the most important decision you make in any hand. Unlike many other high/low split games, where there is a qualifying hand for low that must be...

Seven Card Stud High/Low Regular Odds

As is true in any game of poker, it is essential to have a proper understanding of the odds of being dealt any particular hand in 7 Card Stud High/Low Regular. A player needs to know what the likelihood is of completing his hand at every point in...

General Tournament Strategy for 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo Regular

While 7 Card Stud Hi/Lo Regular was once a very popular tournament game, even to the point of being part of the rotation in the World Series of Poker, it has largely been replaced by 7 Card Stud 8 or Better. While many of the strategies used in...

poker cards and chipsCommon Mistakes in 7 Card Stud High/Low Regular

There are two complementary skills that go hand-in-hand for any successful poker player. The first is learning how to make “good” plays, such as continuation bets or bets in position, which will win pots without opposition. The second, and...

royal flush7 Card Stud High/Low Regular Beginning Strategy

7 Card Stud High/Low Regular is a game that is rarely played any more outside of home games or in high limit casino poker games in a mixed format. While it still can be found frequently in those settings, it has, for the most part, been replaced...

7 Card Stud High/Low Strategy

Because 7 Card Stud High/Low involves making two very different types of hands at the same time, it requires a somewhat different approach than other poker games. The concepts, both beginning and advanced, that go into creating a complete...

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