Stud Poker – Fun Casino Table
Stud Poker is the game many people grew up playing around the kitchen table. Your goal is to make the best five-card hand after one draw. Like hold’em, it’s a game that’s easy to learn, but difficult to master. All accompanied with professional, fun croupiers and "funny" money (personalised if required!).
Standard hire times: 2 ½ hours (although times to suit you)
We shall arrive approx. 45 mins before to set up.
Draw games are played with blinds, just like flop games. Each player is dealt five hidden hole cards. The first player after the big blind has the option to fold, call, or raise. Action continues clockwise around the poker table until betting is complete for the round.
Once the first round of betting is complete, there is a draw. That is, each player selects which (if any) cards he wishes to discard by clicking on them. By clicking a second time on a card that you have planned to discard, you remove it from the discard set. Discarding continues around the table clockwise. When it is your turn to discard, you press the button to confirm you wish to discard the selected cards.
After the first draw, there is another round of betting, beginning with the first active player to the left of the button. So the sequence of action is:
• Five cards dealt to each player
• Betting round 1, beginning with player to left of big blind
• Betting round 2, beginning with player to left of button
• Showdown (if necessary)
In draw games, it is possible for more cards to be needed than are remaining in the deck. In this case, the cards are reshuffled, and play continues using the new deck.
Showdown – Determining the Winner
The player with the best five-card hand wins the pot. After the pot is awarded to the best hand, a new game of Five Card Draw is ready to be played.
If two or more hands have the same value, the pot is equally split among them. There is no precedence of suit for the purposes of awarding the pot.
? One Pair is any two cards of matching numerical value.
? Two Pair is two different pairs of cards.
? Three of a Kind is three cards of matching numerical value.
? A Straight is five cards in numerical order (3, 4, 5, 6, 7 or 7, 8, 9, 10, J, for example) with the cards belonging to various suits.
? A Flush is five non-sequential cards belonging to the same suit.
? A Full House consists of a Three of a Kind and a Pair in one hand.
? Four of a Kind is four cards of matching numerical value.
? A Straight Flush is a Straight with all cards belonging to the same suit.
? A Royal Flush is the 10, Jack, Queen, King and Ace of a single suit.