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6 card stud

6 card stud poker is very similar to seven-card stud, but without the last face-up round. During traditional six card stud, the dealer will give each player two cards face-down, three cards face-up and finally one card face-down. There are however many other variants of six card stud, and you can for instance play the game with one face-up and one face-down card, three face-down cards, and one face-up card. During this variant of six card stud, the first betting round will start when one face-up and one face-down card have been dealt, which means that the game will be quite similar to five-card stud, but with an additional down-card.

One of the many 6 card stud poker variants is a game called Alligator stud. During Alligator stud, the dealer will begin by dealing each player one face-down card (a so called hole card) and one face-up card. The first betting round will then commence, and when this round is finished the dealer will give each player two face-up cards. A second betting round will follow, after which each player will receive a fourth card that is placed face-up. The third betting round will commence, and the dealer will then give each player their fifth card. This fifth and final card is placed face-up, and is followed by the last betting round before showdown. Alligator stud is usually played as a no-limit or pot-limit game. If the dealer instead deals each player two cards face-down and one card face-up at the beginning of the game, the game is called Zanetti stud. Another important difference between Alligator stud and Zanetti stud is that a player of Zanetti stud is allowed to use only one of his or her downcards when forming the final hand.

The term English stud is sometimes used for another variant of six card stud, but the name can cause some confusion since several other poker games also are known as English stud. English stud can for instance refer to a type of seven-card stud poker, and a game more commonly known as London Lowball. The 6 card stud poker variant known as English stud is a 1-4-1 poker game with a twist (six-card option). “Twist” is a poker term used to describe a round that follows a certain set of rules instead of the normal rules that are used for the other rounds. Any round can be replaced with a twist round, and in English stud it is the last round that is replaced. During the twist round, all the players can choose to discard one of their cards and have it replaced with a new card from the deck. This make English stud a bit similar to draw poker, but with several notable differences. In English stud, you can choose to discard a face-up card or a face-down card. If you discard a face-down card, you get a new face-down card, and vice versa. The player who bet first during the previous betting round is the one who starts making the decision about whether to have a card replaced or not. This will usually be the player with the best face-up cards. Each player will then wait for his or her turn before discarding one card, or refrain from discarding any card. When all players have made their decisions, the dealer will start handing out the replacement cards. The dealing will start with the person sitting left of the dealer, regardless of who made the first choice. In one form of English stud, each player must add a certain amount of money to the pot if he or she wishes to replace a card.

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