A poker game where players receive two hole cards, four up cards, and another hole card to make the best five-card poker hand.
a poker variation where each player will eventually receive seven cards. The first two are received face down, the third face up. There is then a round of betting before three more upturned cards are dealt to each player, with a betting round between each. The seventh and final card is dealt face down and the final betting round takes place. Betting pattern differs slightly from hold ‘em and Omaha, with each player required to post an ante instead of blinds. The player showing the lowest up card is required to start the action by placing a compulsory bet, known as to “bring it in”. See variations section.
a popular poker game where each player receives seven cards and uses five to form their hand. Each player receives three cards initially - two face down and one face-up. The next three cards are dealt face-up and the final card face down. In contrast to Hold'em, there are no shared cards in a Stud game. Players may only use the cards they receive.