This is how Seven-Card Stud Deuce-To-Seven Low, and Ace to Six Low work.
In this poker game the player with the lowest hand wins the entire pot. Straights and flushes do harm the value of a hand, they count for high. Aces count for high in this poker game.
The general composition of this poker game is like Seven-Card Stud (High Stud). The differences are high card (tie by suit) starts the action (bring-in bet) on the first round of betting and on all following betting rounds the lowest hand showing bets first.
The best hand a player can acquire is 7-5-4-3-2, not from the same suit, not a Flush. The next best hand is 7-6-4-3-2 and so on.
Pairs and trips are not good.
Here with an open pair on fourth street, a player does not have the choice to bet the upper limit.
A Wheel (5-4-3-2-Ace) is not viewed as a straight here, but rather as an Ace-high, Ace-5-4-3-2. That's the rule.
This poker game is the same as Deuce-To-Seven Low-ball, but the Low-ball is a draw poker game, and it is played with five cards instead of seven, that's the difference.
This draw Low-ball game is also called Kansas City low Poker.
Ace to Six Low
In this poker game the player showing the lowest hand wins the whole pot. Straights and flushes do harm the value of a hand, they count for high. Aces count for low in this poker game.
The best hand a player can acquire is 6-4-3-2-Ace, not from the same suit, not a Flush. The next best hand is 6-5-3-2-Ace and so on.
Pairs and trips are not good. Ace To Six is also a draw poker game.
You do not usually find these games in Vegas casinos, but you can have fun playing them at home.
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