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Stud and five card draw poker

Discussion in 'The Poker Room' started by cartoonp, Aug 7, 2013.

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  1. cartoonp

    cartoonp Low-Roller

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    I remember playing (not vegas) Stud and five card draw poker I much prefer playing these rather then NL or L porker do any one know of any where down town or the strip where you can play these. On A personal note I think these have more skill .
     
  2. elrohir44

    elrohir44 Low-Roller

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    You might find 7-card stud at the Bellagio or Venetian at the $15-30 level or higher. Other than that you are probably out of luck. 5-card draw is not played anywhere anymore, except in higher-stakes lowball games. The only games you are likely to find at lower stakes are Hold'em and Omaha.
     
  3. skinny malinky

    skinny malinky Low-Roller

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    You won't find any draw poker unless you're playing 2-7 triple draw, which would probably only be in the biggest mixed games. I doubt you'd find stud outside of HORSE, either. Maybe at the Venetian or Bellagio, but I'd be surprised. Vegas is pretty much all Hold'em or Omaha.
     
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    Unfortunately I don't think any mix game actually plays single draw high really. But on Sundays at 7pm, TI runs a $3/$6 limit mix game with about a third of the games being draw variants. And we also play stud8 and Razz. Some of the draw games are lowball, but there a couple high/low split games (all triple draw based; more action for limit). Not quite the same, obviously, but they can be fairly challenging, and a lot of cheap fun (at least to me). I'll be there Sept. 8th looking to play.

    A large thread detailing the game can be found here.

    http://www.allvegaspoker.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=39&t=20168

    The first post details the games generally played. Sometimes there are a couple added/deleted.
     
  5. cartoonp

    cartoonp Low-Roller

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    Thank you:nworthy:
     
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