Submitted by Kevin and Patrick Raminhos ,and Stephen Yancy on 2004-08-12
Object: Make the best five card hand from a player's final six  cards.
1.) Each Player is dealt three face-down cards, and one  face-up card.
2.) An initial round of betting occurs.
3.)Five "Trade-In" cards are dealt face-down in the center of the table.
4.)The Trade-In: Each Player, beginning with the short stack at the table and continuing clockwise, must exchange one of their facedown cards, for one of the facedown cards in the center of the table. This is done without looking at the new card until it is in the players possesion. This adds the possibility of either strengthing or weakining each player's hand.
5.)A second round of betting occurs immeadiatly after the trade-in.
6.)Each player is dealt one additional card face up, and then a final sixth card fade down.
7.) Based on the new cards, a final round of betting ensues.
8.) Cards revealed to make the best 5-card poker hand possible from the cards in the player's possesion.
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