Razz

Rules Razz

1. Before the dealt is started, each player at the table makes a forced bet to the pot, called "ante", the size of which is determined either by agreement or the rules of the table.

2. At the beginning of the dealt, each player gets two cards face down, called "hole cards", and one up card. Up card is called a "door card."

3. The player, who had the strongest door card, starts the first action round, called the "third street", making the "bring-in" – a starting stake that should be twice as much as the ante. If two or more players have the same door cards, their strongest suit is determined. The hierarchy of the suits from major to minor is as follows ♠ ♥ ♦ ♣. After the bring-in, the action is continued clockwise by other players. All the players at the table have the following options: call –to call the previous player’s bet, raise – to increase the bet, check – to miss out the lead, that is, to refuse from the new increase of the previous bet, or fold – to refuse from the further action in the dealt by fold. The action round is considered to be closed, when all the players, except those, who pass, equalize the last betting increase.

4. The next action round, the "Fourth Street", begins with the getting another open card by each remaining player in the dealt. In this and the next rounds the action is started by the player, who has the strongest open cards hands. In the case, when a few players at the table have the same strong hands, the action is started by the player, who is the closest to the left of the dealer.

5. At the beginning of the next two action rounds, the "Fifth and Sixth streets", the players will also receive the up card. The action is started as well as on the fourth street, by the player with the strongest combination of the door combination. On the fifth street, the bets are usually doubled and kept the same in the next action rounds.

6. The end of the action on the sixth street leads to the seventh card face down for each remaining player. The action round is started, called the "seventh street" or "river". This is the final action round in Stud. It happens that there are not enough cards in the deck to give one to all the remaining players on the seventh street. In this case, one more community card is opened that is used by all the players to make up their hands.

7. At the end of the action on the river there comes the showdown by the players. The pot is won by the player with the best hand of five cards. If two or more players have the same hands, it leads to a draw, and the pot is divided between the players.

8. During the game, there could be a situation, when the player, having the highest card on the third street, and there is all-in with ante, and has no opportunity to make the bring-in, the bring-in is made clockwise by the player regardless of the open cards.

 
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