The 5 card stud poker is a game very similar to 7 card stud, but you can play up to 10 players per table. This is a limit game where points are the same as Texas Hold’em. This game is similar to the Canadian Stud. Five-card stud is the oldest variants of stud poker, born during the American Civil War, then in 1860, has not played today because of other specialties of poker that have been most successful. It remains popular in some parts of the world, especially in Finland where you play a specific variation called Soko or Canadian Stud.

Rules of 5 Card Stud

Even in 5 Card Stud Poker is expected to start before you want to hear from any player. Once complete this action the dealer will deal 2 cards to each participant: one indoor and one outdoor. The player with the card (uncovered) over low will place a bet, usually corresponding to half the minimum limit provided by the table. Following clockwise all the other players will make their bets. After another 3 cards are dealt, each punctuated by a round of betting (in this case made by the player with the highest cards).

In 5 Card Stud Poker you can make a bet and three raises. Once when he reached the third raise, or you can go through or see the previous episode. At a time when all participants (still in the game) will have 5 cards each to be held the last round betting and, finally, the showdown that will be made by the last player who bet or raised.