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A-7 Five Card Draw Rules


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And even better played, with our A-7 5 Card Draw Strategy Guide!
PLAYERS: The game is played by 2-5 players.

DECK: Cards 2,3,4,5 and 6 have been removed. The deck contains cards from 7 to Ace. If there are five active players at the start of the hand the 6’s should also be in the deck.

BETTING STRUCTURES: Five Card Draw 7-A can be played as a Limit, Pot limit or No limit game.

BUTTON AND BLINDS: The game is played with a dealer button, a small blind and a big blind just like Texas Hold’em. The player to the left of the dealer posts a small blind and the player to the left of the small blind posts a big blind before the cards are dealt.

THE DEAL: Five cards face down are dealt to each player.

PLAY: After the deal, the first betting round starts. At the end of the first betting round, each player may discard and draw up to five cards. If there are not enough cards left in the deck, the discarded cards are shuffled and used again. A second round of betting ensues, followed by the showdown.

SHOWDOWN: The winner of the hand is the player who holds the highest hand according to universal poker hand rankings. Ace can also be used as the lowest card in a straight, i.e. A-7-8-9-10 (A-6-7-8-9 in case of the 6’s being used). If the 10 high straight is suited with an ace as the lowest card, it qualifies as a straight flush. This also applies to the 9 high suited straight in case of the 6’s being used.

Dealing the Game of Five Card Draw 7-A

Before the Deal:
  • Players will buy-in for the posted amount.
  • Selected players will post blinds.
  • Blinds: Because we have a player “on the button” we now ask two players to post the large and small blinds. The purpose of the blinds is to put forced money into the pot that gives players an incentive to enter the hand. However, only two players will post the blinds.

    The first blind is called the “small blind”. This bet is usually half the minimum bet of the game, although in some games, the fraction is slightly different. So, in a $2-4 game the small blind will be $1.

    The second blind is called the “big blind” and is always the same size as the game’s minimum bet, e.g., in a $2-4 game, the big blind is $2.

    The player directly to the left of the button will have the “small blind.” The player directly to the left of the small blind will have the “large blind” of the full amount or the lowest game limit.
  • Opening Deal:

    Now that we have a Button and small and big blinds, we are ready to deal. The dealer always deals from the player closest to the dealer’s left. Moving clockwise around the table, the game will “deal-in” each player. The players will be dealt five cards face down. A round of betting will occur starting with the player seated to the left of the big blind.
  • Betting on Opening Deal: The player seated to the left of the big blind will always have the action on the opening deal. This player may not check, but rather can only fold, call, or raise. The game will now advance to each player seated asking to fold, call, or raise until we reach the big blind for an action decision. If no one has raised by the time the play comes back around to the big blind, the big blind has the option to “check” his own BLIND wager or raise. Once all players have completed the first round of wagering, they will proceed to discarding cards and drawing new cards.

    Discarding Cards

    After the first betting round each player is asked to discard and draw from zero to five cards. This is done by clicking the cards that the player wants to discard. These cards will be shaded and slightly raised to indicate that they have been selected. Once the player is satisfied with the selections made, cards are discarded and drawn by clicking the DISCARD button.

    A player may chose not to discard any cards. This is done by clicking the STAND PAT button. Standing pat means no cards will be discarded and drawn.

    When all players have discarded and drawn cards, the second betting round starts.

    Second Betting Round

    The second betting round starts with the first player seated to the left of the dealer button. The options available to this player is to fold, check or bet. Should the player fold or check, the next player in turn will have the same options as the first player. If the first player bets, the next player to act will have the option of folding, calling or raising. Before a player acts, the number of discarded cards for that player is displayed to everyone. The rules state that this information should be available until there has been action after the draw.

    In fixed limit games there is a maximum of four bets allowed in each betting round. A bet, a raise, a re-raise and a cap. A cap is the third raise in a betting round, after which no more betting is allowed. Pot limit and No limit games allow for an unlimited number of bets and raises.

    After the second betting round is finished, the showdown follows.

    Who shows first?

    The determination of which players’ cards will and must be shown first will lie with the player who had initiated the action or with the person who had initiated the last bet, raise or re-raise. This simply means that whoever had the last action must show his/her cards first.

    Suppose a Player wins by default?

    A player who has a winning hand does not have to show his/her cards if his/her bet was not called.

    Do Players have to show their Cards if they call a bet on the Last Betting Round?

    Players are not required to show their cards if, and only if, they are not the player who had the last action. If a player calls a bet and sees that he/she cannot win, he/she may fold his/her cards.

    Who wins?

    The winner will be decided based on the universal poker hand rankings.

    Five Card Draw 7-A Blind Rules

    All players must pay for their blinds in full before they are allowed to get the button. Therefore, the player who had posted the small blind in the prior hand will receive the button on the next deal of any game.

    If in the event we have a new player to the game, then three (3) actions will occur.

    1. If the new player is seated to the left of the blind, then he/she may choose to “post” the big blind or “wait.” If the player does post, then his/her wager is active.
    2. If the new player is seated in the big blind, then he/she is treated as such.
    3. If the player is seated between the button and any blind, then he/she must wait for the button to pass.

    Missed Blinds Rules and Procedures:

    Missed big blind. If a player misses the big blind for any reason, then that player may not play in any hands until the sum of all blinds are made up. The game will place an “ML” button in that seat to declare the missed big blind. The game will ask the next active player to the left to post the big blind for the hand. If the missed player returns to the game before the big blind comes back to his/her seat, the player is required to make up the sum of all blinds, “Post all.” The small blind portion is dead and must be put into the pot before the hand is dealt. However, a player may avoid posting dead by waiting for the big blind to arrive at his/her seat naturally

    Missed small blind. If a player misses the small blind for any reason, then that player may not play in any hands until the small blind is made up. The game will place an “MS” button in that seat to declare the missed small blind. The game will ask the next active player to the left of the big blind to post a big blind for the hand as well. The original big blind player will “catch a break” and get the button on the next hand. The player who had missed the small blind cannot return until after the button has passed. If the missed player returns to the game before the big blind comes back to his/her seat, the player is required make up the small blind. The small blind is dead and must be put into the pot before the hand is dealt. However, a player may avoid posting dead by waiting for the big blind to arrive at his/her seat naturally.

    Required Reading: No books are currently available on A-7 5 Card Draw, however we have written up a highly acclaimed A-7 5 Card Draw Strategy Guide.

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