Seven-Card Stud Hi/Lo Split
 
Game Procedure
The playing procedure of seven-card stud hi/lo split follows the procedure of seven-card stud. The only difference in procedure is at the showdown, where if there is a qualifying low hand the pot is split.

Depending on the cardroom, there might also be a difference in the betting structure. While most low-limit seven-card stud games have no ante and use a spread limit of $1 to $5, hi/lo split is more likely to be spread with structured limits. A 3/6 game might have a fifty-cent ante, the low card must bring it in for at least a $1, and all bets after the initial bringing are $3 on third and fourth streets, and 56 on fifth, sixth, and seventh streets. Some cardrooms might still spread seven-card hi/lo split as a spread-limit game though. It just depends on where you are and what the players want.
Most of what follows is intended for the spread-limit variety, but for the most part it is also applicable to the structured game. At the end of the seven-card discussion, I give a few comments on how the structured limits change things somewhat.
 
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