A variation of poker in which the player receives three down cards and four up cards.
A form of poker game which at one time was the most popular form of poker. Each poker player receives two cards face down and one face up to start with. Subsequent betting rounds follow after the initial deal and after each of the following three face up cards, followed by the final down card dealt to each poker player. This form of poker game does not use any community cards like those used in Texas Holdem and Omaha poker games.
A poker game where each player who stays through to the end receives 3 hole cards and 4 shown (non community) cards. Each player remaining forms the best possible 5 card hands from their 7 cards, and the top 5 card hand wins the pot.