Best Poker Sites for Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo

Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo isn't the most popular poker game, but it has a loyal following, especially among poker veterans. The game is played exactly like Seven Card Stud, until you get to the showdown. At that point, the pot is split into two, and the best high hand wins half, and the best low hand wins the other half. If no low hand qualifies, the best high hand wins the entire pot. Seven Stud hi/lo is played online like every other poker game, but not every site offers it for real money play. We've ranked the best seven stud hi-lo sites, and put them into the toplist below:

#1 Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Poker Site -

PokerStars was narrowly edged out by Full Tilt in our best 7 card stud site rankings, but won here. They have more Seven stud hi/lo traffic, higher stakes, and more seven stud hi-lo tournaments than any other room. The Seven Stud H/L games start at $0.04/$0.08 fixed limit and run up to $30/$60 fixed, but at the time of this writing there are only games running up to the $10/$20 tables. There are currently 156 players at playing 7 Stud Hi/Lo for real money. There are also tons of play money Hi/Lo players, so you can practice the game before you risk your hard earned money.

As we mentioned before, PokerStars runs Seven Card Stud Hi/Lo tournaments as well as sit and go's every single day. Most 7 Stud Hi/Lo sites cannot even spread a cash game, let alone run multi table tournaments and sit and go's. The tournaments/sit and go's aren't big, but they still allow you to play Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo in the tournament form.

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Other Sites for 7 Stud H/L

PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker are by far the best online poker sites for seven card stud hi/lo. Although other online poker rooms offer the game, (Titan Poker, Party Poker, Cake Poker) there are very few tables running at these sites, and when they do run the games are always played at the micro-stakes level. If you want to play 7 card stud hi/lo online, you should definitely choose either PokerStars or Full Tilt Poker.

8-Max 7 Card Stud

No Limit Hold'em is traditionally played at tables with either 9 or 10 players. However, Seven Card Stud can only be played with 8 players or less. Since each player can get a maximum of 7 cards for each hand, that would would be 63 cards total for 9 players, and a standard deck of cards only has 52 cards.

Eight players requires 56 cards total, but it is rare that every single player sees all seven streets. If everyone does go to the end, a community card is dealt out instead of seventh street to each player.

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