Deuce to Seven Rules
Deuce to Seven is a variation of Lowball Poker, where the lowest (worst) hand actually wins the game.
Aces are always counted as high cards, and “Straights” and “Flushes” actually count against you; hurting the value of your poker hand. The best (lowest) possible hand would actually be: 2-3-4-5-7 unsuited.
DEUCE TO SEVEN POKER RULES
- Five cards are dealt to each player, and a betting round is done clock-wise starting with the first player left of the big blind, where they may check, fold or raise (at least the same amount as the big blind).
- After the round, each player may discard the cards he or she wants replaced or they may keep them, known as “Standing pat”.
- Once the dealer has replaced your cards, there will be another betting round.
- The players once again may swap out their cards, following a third betting round.
- With a final swap of cards, we get to the fourth and final betting round, where the players still left will show their cards to declare the winner.
BEST (LOW) DEUCE TO SEVEN HANDS
Here is an idea of the top 10 Deuce to Seven poker hands.
WHERE TO PLAY DEUCE TO SEVEN POKER
Lowball poker comes with several variations, one of which is Deuce to Seven Poker. If you have had nothing but bad cards at Holdem or others, this might be your chance to try your game at Deuce to Seven and win the pot with the low poker hands.