Partridge (In a Pair tree)
Submitted by Pokaraoke on 2004-12-17
Same as 7 Card Stud but with these variations:
Whenever a card is dealt up to a player that matches another face up card on the table, the next card off of the deck is placed face up in the center of the table (the partridge). All cards of the same rank as the partridge are wild.
If another pair is dealt to the table, the next card off of the deck goes face up in the middle and replaces the original partridge, and now all cards of THAT rank are wild. Each player's 7th card is dealt up, but a player may pay a fixed amount (to be determined at your game) to the pot and have their 7th card dealt down, to thus possibly avoid a change to the partridge.
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