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Before community-card games such as Hold'em and Omaha became popular, the most widely played poker variation was Seven-Card Stud.
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Even now online poker games like Stud is regarded as a more "pure" poker variation, as much for its historic past as its increased difficulty of play.

Seven Card Stud requires more attention and card-playing prowess, along the lines of Bridge or Gin, than a community-card game.

This is not to say that Stud is any better than any other variation, but it is a game worth knowing how to play. Every poker player should have the ability to play multiple variations of the game, and Seven-Card is one of the most popular and important.

The game of 7 Card Stud can be played with two to eight players at a table. The goal in Stud is the same as any other poker variation: win as many chips as you can, one pot at a time.

Stud has a lot of little rules and a few quirks, but it's a simple game at its core. The game can be broken up into four sections:

Setup
The Bring
Betting Rounds
Showdown

If you've just read the Texas Hold'em Rules and Game Play article, you'll notice that Stud has one more section. For players familiar to the rules and game play of a community-card game, the only completely new concept you'll learn in this article will be "the bring."
Setup

The first thing you need to do is get everyone at your table some chips. You will need a combination of chips that will allow for a big bet, small bet and an ante.

The size of the bets will dictate how large your game will play. A big bet is typically twice the size of the small bet, with the ante around 10% of the big bet.