Card Stud

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Don Holt
... the 1989 World Series of Poker in the US$5,000 seven card stud event, defeating three-time bracelet winner, David Sklansky heads-up ... Holt finished second in a seven card stud eight-or-better event in 1998 ...
List Of Games In Star Trek - Games of Chance - Poker
... Poker is a card game played on many TNG episodes ... The Enterprise's crew (NCC 1701-D) plays dealer's choice, usually five-card stud, which is one of the more rare variants of poker by 20th and 21st century standards ... Draws have also been picked as well as an unknown variation on 5 card stud, as well as 7 card stud ...
2009 World Series Of Poker - Event Schedule
... Results 6 $10,000 World Championship Seven Card Stud 142 Freddie Ellis $373,744 Eric Drache Results 7 $1,500 No Limit Hold'em 2,791 Travis Johnson $666,853 Steve Karp Results 8 $2,500 2-7 Draw Lowball 147 Phil Ivey ... Vilandos $607,256 Andy Seth Results 25 $2,500 Omaha/Seven Card Stud Hi-Low-8 or Better 376 Phil Ivey $220,538 Ming Lee Results 26 $1,500 Limit Hold'em 643 Tomas Alenius $197,488 Jason Tam Results 27 $5 ... Results 37 $10,000 World Championship Seven Card Stud Hi-Low Split-8 or Better 164 Jeff Lisandro $431,656 Farzad Rouhani Results 38 $2,000 Limit Hold'em ...
Ram Vaswani - Poker Career - The WSOP and Beyond
... finish in the $2,000½ hold 'em - 1/2 seven-card stud event ... His other major tournament victories include £500 pot limit seven-card stud, European Poker Classic 2000 €5,000 European Hold'em Championship, Euro Finals of Poker 2002 £500 pot ...
Artie Cobb - World Series of Poker Bracelets
... Year Tournament Prize (US$) 1983 $1,000 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo $52,000 1987 $5,000 Seven Card Stud $142,000 1991 $1,500 Seven Card Stud $146,400 1998 $2,500 Seven Card Stud $152,000 ...

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    In the game of “Whist for two,” usually called “Correspondence,” the lady plays what card she likes: the gentleman simply follows suit. If she leads with “Queen of Diamonds,” however, he may, if he likes, offer the “Ace of Hearts”: and, if she plays “Queen of Hearts,” and he happens to have no Heart left, he usually plays “Knave of Clubs.”
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