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12.1 The initial deal is as follows:

(a) players shall have a choice of seat. In the event of two or more players desiring the same seat a draw of cards shall decide seating positions. When a player leaves the game the remaining active players have priority over any player waiting to join the game, to move to the vacated playing position;

(b) prior to the cards being cut, all players shall be required to place an ante;

(c) the dealer shall deal to each player, in a clockwise direction, commencing with the player to the immediate left of the dealer, one card face down then one card face up.

12.2 The first round of betting is as follows:

(a) after the initial deal, the player with the lowest up card shall place a bet not less than the table minimum. If two or more players have up cards of equal rank then the player with the lowest card by rank of suit shall open the betting. The rank of suits, highest to lowest, is spades, hearts, diamonds and clubs;

(b) subsequent players in order shall call, raise or fold until:

(i) only one player remains in the game, this player shall win the pot, or

(ii) two or more players remain in the game.

12.3 The second and third rounds of betting are as follows:

(a) if two or more players remain in the game the dealer shall burn a card before the start of the dealing round and deal to each active player in sequence a card face up;

(b) the player with the highest value hand showing shall open the betting, check or fold. If two or more players have up cards of equal rank then the player with the highest card by rank of suit shall open the betting. The rank of suits, Keluaran HK highest to lowest, is spades, hearts, diamonds and clubs;

(c) players in a clockwise direction from the opener, shall call, raise or fold until:

(i) only one player remains in the game, this player shall win the pot, or

(ii) two or more players remain in the game.

12.4 The final round of betting is as follows:

(a) if two or more players remain in the game the dealer shall burn a card before the start of the dealing round and deal each active player in sequence a card face up. If there are insufficient cards remaining, the dealer shall either shuffle the burns and the remaining undealt cards or if the total including burns shall be insufficient to complete the deal, the dealer shall burn a card and deal a community card face up;

(b) the player with the highest value hand showing, not including the community card, shall open the betting, check or fold. If two or more players have up cards of equal rank then the player with the highest card by rank of suit shall open the betting. The rank of suits, highest to lowest, is spades, hearts, diamonds and clubs;

(c) players in a clockwise direction from the opener, shall call, raise or fold until:

(i) only one player remains in the game, this player shall win the pot, or

(ii) two or more players remain in the game;

(d) if two or more players remain in the game, the player being called shall then expose his/her hole card. All remaining players shall, if holding a hand of equal or higher value, expose their hole card. Any player at the table may request to see any or all hands involved in the final showdown. The dealer shall then announce the winning hand or hands. The winning hand shall be the highest ranking five card poker hand, which, in some instances, may include a community card pursuant to sub-paragraph (a);

(e) when two or more players hold winning hands of equal value, the pot or pots shall be divided equally to the lowest chip denomination in play at the table. If in the event that, after the pot or pots have been divided, there is an amount remaining that cannot be equally divided amount the players in contention for the pot or pots, then the amount remaining shall be given to the hand containing the highest card by suit. The rank of suits, highest to lowest, is spades, hearts, diamonds and clubs;

(f) the pot shall not be divided by the agreement of two or more players. Each hand shall be played to a conclusion.

12.5 The rules for minimum and maximum wagers are as follows:

(a) the minimum and maximum wagers permitted shall be shown on a notice at the table;

(b) a raise shall be within the table limits and shall not be less than any previous bet or raise in that round, except in the event of a player tapping out;

(c) where a betting limit is specified in terms of a ratio to the pot (half pot or full pot) and a player wishes to raise, the amount required for a player to call shall be included in the pot before the betting limit is calculated;

(d) where the game is spread limit, each bet or raise shall be at least equal to the betting minimum, if first to act, or equal to the last bet or raise, if action has been taken, but a player may raise up to the betting maximum;

(e) in all games where the betting limit is expressed in terms of a ratio to the pot, or specified no limit, there shall be no limit to the number of raises permitted. In all other cases there shall be a limit of three raises in a betting round, unless the betting is head to head, then there shall be no limit to the number of raises.

 

 

  1. Seven Card Stud

 

13.1 The initial deal is as follows:

(a) players shall have a choice of seat. In the event of two or more players desiring the same seat a draw of cards shall decide seating positions. When a player leaves the game the remaining active players have priority over any player waiting to join the game, to move to the vacated playing position;

(b) prior to the cards being cut, all players shall be required to place an ante;

(c) the dealer shall deal to each player, in a clockwise direction, commencing with the player to the immediate left of the dealer, one card face downward continuing this deal until each player receives two cards. The dealer shall then continue in the same sequence and deal each player one card face up.

13.2 The first round of betting is as follows:

(a) after the initial deal, the player with the lowest up card shall place a bet not less than the table minimum. If two or more players have up cards of equal rank then the player with the lowest card by rank of suit shall open the betting. The rank of suits, highest to lowest, is spades, hearts, diamonds and clubs;

(b) subsequent players in order shall call, raise or fold until:

(i) only one player remains in the game, this player shall win the pot, or

(ii) two or more players remain in the game.

13.3 The second, third and fourth rounds of betting are as follows:

(a) if two or more players remain in the game the dealer shall burn a card before the start of the dealing round and deal to each active player in sequence a card face up;

(b) the player with the highest value hand showing shall open the betting, check or fold. If two or more players have up cards of equal rank then the player with the highest card by rank of suit shall open the betting. The rank of suits, highest to lowest, is spades, hearts, diamonds and clubs;

(c) players in a clockwise direction from the opener, shall call, raise or fold until:

(i) only one player remains in the game, this player shall win the pot, or

(ii) two or more players remain in the game.

13.4 The final round of betting is as follows:

(a) if two or more players remain in the game the dealer shall burn a card before the start of the dealing round and deal each active player in sequence their seventh card face down. If there are insufficient cards remaining, the dealer shall either shuffle the burns and the remaining undealt cards or if the total including burns shall be insufficient to complete the deal, the dealer shall burn a card and deal a community card face up;

(b) the player with the highest value hand showing, not including the community card, shall open the betting, check or fold. If two or more players have up cards of equal rank then the player with the highest card by rank of suit shall open the betting. The rank of suits, highest to lowest, is spades, hearts, diamonds and clubs;

(c) players in a clockwise direction from the opener, shall call, raise or fold until:

(i) only one player remains in the game, this player shall win the pot, or

(ii) two or more players remain in the game;

(d) if two or more players remain in the game, the player being called shall then expose his/her cards. All remaining players shall, if holding a hand of equal or higher value, expose their cards. Any player at the table may request to see any or all hands involved in the final showdown. The dealer shall then announce the winning hand or hands. The winning hand shall be the highest ranking five card poker hand consisting of any combination of the player’s seven cards, which, in some instances, may include a community card pursuant to sub-paragraph (a);

(e) when two or more players hold winning hands of equal value, the pot or pots shall be divided equally to the lowest chip denomination in play at the table. If in the event that, after the pot or pots have been divided, there is an amount remaining that cannot be equally divided among the players in contention for the pot or pots, then the amount remaining shall be given to the hand containing the highest card by suit. The rank of suits, highest to lowest, is spades, hearts, diamonds and clubs;

(f) the pot shall not be divided by the agreement of two or more players. Each hand shall be played to a conclusion.

13.5 The rules for minimum and maximum wagers are as follows:

(a) the minimum and maximum wagers permitted shall be shown on a notice at the table;

(b) a raise shall be within the table limits and shall not be less than any previous bet or raise in that round, except in the event of a player tapping out;

(c) where a betting limit is specified in terms of a ratio to the pot (half pot or full pot) and a player wishes to raise, the amount required for a player to call shall be included in the pot before the betting limit is calculated;

(d) where the game is spread limit, each bet or raise shall be at least equal to the betting minimum, if first to act, or equal to the last bet or raise, if action has been taken, but a player may raise up to the betting maximum;

(e) in all games where the betting limit is expressed in terms of a ratio to the pot, or specified no limit, there shall be no limit to the number of raises permitted. In all other cases there shall be a limit of three raises in a betting round, unless the betting is head to head, then there shall be no limit to the number of raises.

 

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