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The classic poker variation is Seven Card Stud poker. Before the game starts each player must place an initial bet (Ante) in the pot so there is some money in the pot. There are no community cards in this game. Every player receives up to 7 cards. There are a maximum of 5 betting rounds.
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Third Street - Every player receives 2 face-down (hole) cards, and one face-up (door) card. The player with the lowest face-up card starts the game with a 'bring-in' bet.

Fourth Street - Another card is dealt face-up. The second round of betting starts with the player showing the highest 2 cards.

Fifth Street - Every player is dealt another up card. The player with the highest combination of up cards starts the betting.

Sixth Street - Every player is dealt another up card. Again, the player with the highest combination of up cards starts the betting.

Seventh Street or The River - The final card is dealt face-down. The same player that started betting the last round will start again.

Showdown - The player with the highest poker hand wins.