Stud Poker

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Casino Stud is played at a table similar to blackjack.

The attraction of the game is the high pay-off
if you catch a good hand which qualifies.

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How To Play

The same hands as Texas holdem but this type of poker,
the players play against the house instead of each other.

The players are trying to get a higher hand than the dealer's hand
they are not competing against each other.

The dealer requires Ace, King or a higher ranking hand to qualify,
if not they will pay all the ante bets, not bad!

Once again, bets are placed in the box called 'Ante',
each player including the dealer will receive 5 cards,
one of the dealers cards is placed face up
(a little clue to the strength of the dealer's hand)

Each player decides whether to fold or continue playing,
if continuing, you need to double your original bet & place it in the raise box.

This is when the excitement begins, is the dealer playing or not!

1. Royal Flush

The five highest-ranking cards in sequence.
10, J, Q, K, A all in the same suit.

Royal Flush

2. Straight Flush

Five suited cards in sequence.
The highest card determines the rank of two straight-flush hands.
e.g. A nine high hand beats an eight high one.

Straight Flush

3. Four Of A Kind

Four cards of the same rank.
If you're holding four kings and a rival
player shows four queens, then the kings win.

Four Of A Kind

4. Full House

Three cards of the same rank, plus another two cards of the same rank.
Where there are two full houses,
the highest rank of triplets wins.

Full House

5. Flush

Five cards of the same suit that are not in sequence.
If two players have a flush, the person
with the highest card in their flush wins.


6. Straight

Five cards in sequence, not all of the same suit.
The highest card within the straight determines
the winner when there are two straights.


7. Three Of A Kind

Three cards of the same rank and two other cards.
The rank of the three matching cards
determines the rank of the hand.

Three Of A Kind

8. Two Pairs

Two separate pairs of matching cards of different ranks.
Highest pair wins in a tie break situation.
The fifth card decides if there are two identical pairs.

Two Pairs

9. Pair

Two matching cards of the same value.
The ranking of the pair of cards
determines the strength of the hand.


10. High Card

The worst hand so use your poker face.
If two players turn their cards over with no better hands available
the person with the best five cards, including those in the flop, wins.

Royal Flush