The meteoric rise of Texas Hold'em quickly eclipsed 7-Card Stud as the poker beginner's game of choice. But with Mississippi Stud on the rise, and various stud variants showing staying power on the casino floor, there's a compelling case for devising a stud strategy of your own.
The key difference between stud poker and Hold'em is that there are no community cards. Players are simply dealt a mix of face-up and face-down (also known as 'hole') cards over multiple betting rounds. Different variants involve different numbers of cards.
Like all poker styles, betting limits can be applied to each stage. Sometimes it's a pot limit, sometimes a percentage of the ante (initial stake). Often, each betting stage allows players to raise up to three times the ante.
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