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  1. #1
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    Since there's only 52 cards per deck, what if 8 players went to 7th street in stud?

    This just crossed my mind randomly:

    A stud table houses 8 players at full capacity. There are 7 possible streets in stud.

    8 (players) x 7 (cards per player) = 56

    I can't see all 8 players playing to 7th street, but what if they did? We'd be short 4 cards!!!

    Certainly I'm forgetting some important factor....correct?

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    If there aren't enough cards to be dealt evenly at the end, the first card is used as a community card for all.

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    yea I remember that question used to drive me crazy, when I first started playing stud!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rivdee View Post
    If there aren't enough cards to be dealt evenly at the end, the first card is used as a community card for all.
    WOWZER!!!!!!

    Thanks a lot for the answer to my question. I hadn't considered the possibility of this before but definitely didn't think that be the answer. Thanks again!

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    I wonder how many times this would actually be relevant though. One would hope, that given the odds, at least some people would fold.

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    there is a single card dealt as 7th street all the players share

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