There is only one bet at the start of the play. All the DEALER’s cards are shown face-up.The DEALER can add one or more cards until the cards are as close to “Seven and a Half’ without exceeding it. If a face-up card appears at the top of the pack, the DEALER shuffles the pack and starts again.
What is the role of the dealer?
8, 9 of all suits and the Jokers.
It is obvious that as this point gets closer and closer, the tension will build.
This will depend on the number of players and how large the POT will become. Players know how much of their money is in the POT and they want to win it back.
Why is it Such a Good Game?
Its a fantastic bluffing game because the dealer plays with each player in turn.As the pot builds and it gets closer to the time when the DEALER ‘takes All’ – the tension builds and players become more daring.The pot can build dramatically in a short period of time.
Why not try it and let me know what you think? Anyone heard of it before? Know of a better Game?
The dealer is required to let all the players know how many times through the pack has been completed and when only 10 cards remain in the last run through the pack before the DEALER wins the POT.
7 + King, 7 + 10, 7 + Queen
6 + Ace + Queen
4 + Ace + Queen + 10 + King + Jack + King
There are various ways of getting ‘Seven and a Half’
At the start of the game the players decide how many times through the pack will be completed before the DEALER wins everything that remains in the POT.
So there is a pack of 44 cards, with 16 cards having a value of one half.
Take a basic pack of cards and remove the following cards:
None of the DEALER’s money is in the POT and yet, he of she can win it ALL!
The game is related to Blackjack or Twenty-one. As it gets larger and larger, the bets will increase. At the start of each round all the players contribute a small amount to the POT. If the player loses he adds the amount bet to the POT.The player can then ask for another card, and another etc. If the player wins he takes the amount bet from the POT. until they are satisfied and say ‘Close’. If the player bets the POT and wins he collects all the POT and he becomes the DEALER for the next round of the game. If the players cards go over ‘Seven and a Half’ they have BUSTED and their bet is added to the POT, and the DEALER moves on to play with the next player.If the player has not busted, the DEALER turns over his or her two cards. If the DEALER busts the player wins and collects his or her bet from the pot.After dealing with the first player, the played cards are gathered together, and added to the bottom of the pack face-up (this is very important for knowing when all of the pack has been played).The DEALER then moves on to play with the next player in turn. You can only become the DEALER by betting the POT and winning the hand.
The POT is the key to the tension and gambling pressure in the game. Being the DEALER is a wonderful advantage and is the way to make a lot of money. The bet can be any amount up to the total size of the POT. If the DEALER as no cards in front of them, he or she deals himself two cards face down. The DEALER then says “PAY Seven” or whatever the score which is half above the DEALER’s score of cards ( in this case 6 1/2). It may be 4 or 5 times.
The Ace card has a value of 1.
The cards – 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 have their face values.
The 10, Jack, Queen and King have a value of one half.
This is where the game gets very interesting!
Values of the remaining cards
The Basic Concept
Perhaps the game described below is known as something else, but anyway it is a onderful game.. If the previous player has busted before the DEALER has to play his or her cards, the two cards will already be there face-down.When all of the players have played in turn, the DEALER starts the next round – still using the same pack. If there is a tie the DEALER wins, and so the extra 1/2 is added. The cards are assigned a value and you need to get to ‘Seven and a Half’ without exceeding it.
How the Game is played
Choose a DEALER (who has a special role and way of winning that is explained later).Each player has to add an agreed amount to the POT at the start of each DEALEach player is dealt 2 cards face-down by the DEALER who also deals himself 2 cards, face-down.Each of the players picks up their cards.The DEALER plays with each of the players in the game in sequence.The first player can ask for a replacement of one or two cards they were originally dealt, or keep their cards.After the swap the first player makes his or her bet
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