Mississippi Stud Poker - Murrumbidgee Stud Poker
These are the Mississippi Stud Poker rules. Mississippi Stud
Poker was created to make seven card stud poker play
better at no limit and pot limit, and is slowly becoming
popular for that reason. This poker game is also often played with
a poker betting structure more typical of
Texas Holdem poker - fixed
limit with the last two poker betting rounds double the limit of the first
two betting rounds. The bring-in should be less than the first poker
betting round limit.
The initial deal in a Mississippi Stud Poker game is the same as standard seven card
After the first poker betting
round, two up cards are dealt to
each poker player, so each poker player now has two down cards and three up cards (so
unlike standard stud poker there is no betting on "
fourth street"). A second poker betting round is followed by one
more up card and a third poker betting round. Finally, the
last card is dealt face up, so that each poker player ends with
two down cards and five up cards. Because each poker player
has five up cards on the last round, straights, flushes, and
full houses count as high poker hand exposed for the purpose of
determining who must bet first. After the
seventh street bet, there is a normal showdown.
Mississippi Stud Poker game can also be played with
low hands or high-low split.
If three down cards are dealt initially instead of two, with
the restriction that no more than two of them can be used in
the final poker hand, this poker rule variation is called Murrumbidgee stud poker.
Mississippi Stud Poker is a fun poker game played at no limit and pot limit.
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