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Seven Card Stud

Pengeluaran HK

19.14 Notwithstanding rule 19.1(l), in Seven Card stud if one of the first two cards is dealt face up the third card shall be dealt face down.

19.15 Notwithstanding rule 19.1(l), in Seven Card stud, if in the initial dealing round the dealer deals one player two cards face up, the dealer shall complete the deal and then replace the second card incorrectly dealt face up with the card that was to be the first burn card. This card shall be dealt face down. The replaced card shall become the first burn card.

19.16 In Seven Card stud if the dealer commences dealing the final round of cards and subsequently realises there are insufficient cards to complete the deal, the dealer shall continue dealing until all cards have been dealt and shall shuffle the burn cards to complete the deal.

19.17 In Seven Card stud an all-in player in the first round of betting shall not be considered an active player for the purpose of starting the betting. For all subsequent rounds of betting, for the purpose of starting the betting, if an all-in player is the player required to act then the action shall pass to the player to the immediate left of the all-in player.

19.18 In Seven Card stud if any card is exposed by the dealer prior to the completion of a betting round, the maximum bet allowed for that round of betting shall not exceed the maximum amount already wagered for that round of betting. The exposed card shall then be used in the normal sequence.

19.19 In Seven Card stud if any player folds after Pengeluaran HK making a forced bet, or on a round of checking, that player’s hand shall be placed in the muck and that player’s position shall continue to receive a card until there is a subsequent wager at the table.

19.20 In Seven Card stud if the seventh card is dealt face up or exposed by the dealer while being dealt, if it is the first card to be dealt for that round, then all final cards shall be dealt face up and the opener shall be the opener from the previous round. If the exposed card or cards is not the first card dealt then the player or players receiving an exposed card shall have the option of being treated as an all-in player. The dealer shall request the affected player to determine how he/she shall be treated before substantial action occurs. If substantial action has occurred then the affected player shall be treated as an all-in player for the remainder of the hand.

19.21 In Seven Card stud if a community card is used to complete the deal the opener shall be the highest value hand showing not including the community card.

 

 

All Manila Games

 

19.22 In all Manila games if one of the face down cards is exposed by the dealer while dealing, the dealer shall complete the deal and then replace the exposed card with the card that was to be the first burn card and the exposed card becomes the first burn card.

19.23 In all Manila games if any card is exposed by the dealer prior to the completion of a betting round the maximum bet allowed for that round of betting shall not exceed the maximum amount already wagered for that round of betting. The exposed card shall then be used in the normal sequence.

19.24 In all Manila games if the dealer exposes two cards simultaneously when dealing a community card, only the correct card shall remain in play. The incorrect exposed card shall become the next burn card, or if no more cards are to be dealt it shall be placed in the muck. If the dealer exposes more than two cards, only the correct card for that round of betting shall remain in play. The additional cards shall be taken back by the dealer and shuffled with the remainder of the deck. The dealer shall cut, and continue dealing.

 

 

All Flop Games

 

19.25 In all flop games if one of the face down cards is exposed by the dealer while dealing, the dealer shall complete the deal and then replace the exposed card with the card that was to be the first burn card and the exposed card becomes the first burn card.

19.26 In all flop games if the dealer neglects to burn a card prior to dealing the flop, and there has been no substantial action it shall be taken back by the dealer and shuffled with the remainder of the deck. The dealer shall cut, burn a card and re-deal a flop.

19.27 In all flop games if the flop has too many cards dealt and turned face up it shall be taken back by the dealer, together with the burn card and shuffled with the remainder of the deck. The dealer shall cut, burn a card, then re-deal the flop.

19.28 In all flop games if the flop is dealt and turned face up prior to the completion of the betting round, it shall be taken back by the dealer, together with the burn card and shuffled with the remainder of the deck. The dealer shall cut, burn a card, then re-deal the flop.

19.29 In all flop games if any card except the flop is exposed by the dealer prior to the completion of a betting round the maximum bet allowed for that round of betting shall not exceed the maximum amount already wagered for that round of betting. The exposed card shall then be used in the normal sequence.

19.30 In all flop games if the dealer exposes two cards simultaneously when dealing a community card, only the correct card shall remain in play. The incorrect exposed card shall become the next burn card, or if no more cards are to be dealt it shall be placed in the muck. If the dealer opens more than two cards, only the correct card for that round of betting shall remain in play. The additional cards shall be taken back by the dealer and shuffled with the remainder of the deck. The dealer shall cut, and continue dealing.

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