Rules of Wall Street Poker
Wall Street poker is a variant of 7 Card Stud. The principles of 7 Stud apply, with a few differences. The initial deal is still three cards, two down and one up card. Four up cards are dealt to the board (known as 'Wall Street'). This variation is different as players have the opportunity to buy their up cards. The card on the board that is furthest to the left gets one chip placed on top of it. Second from the left, two chips, then three and four to the one on the far right. At the point at which the up card would normally be dealt to players, each player can opt to buy this up card from the board, or 'Wall Street'. If the card a player wants has two chips on it, he must pay that amount to purchase the card. Cards taken are then replaced from the top of the deck. If a player doesn't want to buy a card, he can take his card from the top of the deck, free of charge.
Players will still be dealt 3 down cards and 4 up cards. The ability to buy cards would take place on each round where an up-card is dealt (initial deal, fourth street, fifth street and sixth street). Everything else is the same as 7 Card Stud.
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