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Everyone knows how poker works, right? You get your cards, and every player has to make the highest hand. Right?

Wrong. While that may be true of most types of Poker, you obviously don't know Seven Card Stud Razz.

Details of Card Stud Razz

Seven Card Stud Razz, or just Razz for short, is a variant of the traditional poker rules where the player with the lowest hand wins. Each player is dealt three cards, two face down and one face up, the lowest visible hand bets first. Once all the bets have been equalized, a community card, called fourth street, is dealt. Once again, the player with the lowest visible hand is the first to bet. After each round of betting, another community card is dealt into the centre of the table. When there are four face up cards in the middle, there is a final round of betting. The object of the game is simple: lowest hand wins. If it happens that two players each have the same low hand, the winner is determined by looking at the suit of the lowest card. Spades is highest, followed by diamonds, then hearts and then clubs.

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