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Texas Holdem Poker or 7 Card Stud Poker?

Doyle Brunson professional poker playerMost people today that play online poker will play Texas Holdem but there are still online poker sites that offer 7 Card Stud. Let’s look at both games to see which one you should play.

We know in Texas Holdem there are five community cards but in 7 Card Stud there are no community cards. In 7 Card Stud there is an ante and a bring-in bet while in Texas Holdem there are blinds. In 7 Card Stud there are five betting rounds while Texas Holdem has four. In 7 Card Stud the player who has the best hand starts the action on every betting round except for the first round and there are a maximum of 8 players at the table. In Texas Holdem you will see as many as 10 players at the table. There is no positional advantage when you play 7 Card Stud. Position is of great importance in Texas Holdem.

If you want a game with more luck then you want to play Texas Holdem. There is some luck involved in 7 Card Stud but the better players beat the bad players faster in 7 Card Stud than they do in Texas Holdem.

Texas Holdem poker and 7 Card Stud poker are exciting games but they definitely are different. Texas Holdem is the game of choice for many people but there will always be a good 7 Card Stud game you can find online if you look for it.


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