In this section you are provided with a series of multiple-choice questions about Seven-Card Stud. Your task is to identify the correct answer in each case.

Which player acts first on the second round of betting (fourth street)?

Answer B is correct. In the first round of betting the player with the worst up card must make the bring-in. However, in all subsequent rounds it is the player with the best cards showing who must act first, either checking or betting.

Which statement is true for the following situation?


Answer B is correct. You have both an Ace and Queen among your own cards, so it is impossible for your opponent to make four of a kind. The best your opponent possible hand your opponent can make is Aces full of Queens if he has the last Ace in his down cards: A-A-A-Q-Q.