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This video will start by teaching you the general concepts of 5 Card Draw, and is followed by the more detailed features of the game. This tutorial is perfect for beginning players, and experienced players that need a refresher.

After watching, you will know the basics on how to play the poker game 5 Card Draw. All that is left to do is grab some friends and start playing!

This 5 Card Draw tutorial will cover the following topics:

– How to deal the cards

– The overall objective of the game

– How a round is played

– A review of the rules

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44 Replies to “How To Play 5 Card Draw (Poker)”

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  2. This five-card draw along with baseball and high low is what I played in the 80s in high school with fellow students.

    I don't think I ever heard of a community card game until about 15 years ago when poker came on cable television.

    I don't like Texas hold on because the play it properly on a full 10-person table is that you have to fold so many hands relative the ones you can play. Even in a 5-person game, half the hands dealt you cannot even play in the blinds.

    Hold'em is also too much gambling for me when there's so much pre-flop raising. This is why I like seven-card-stud and five-card-draw much better cuz I could see more of the hand before I need this spill out more chips.

    Where you going with AQ in Hold'em in a tough game?

    "The only time you will get any action is when you are beat! For instance, by: AA,, KK, QQ, and AK." (David Sklansky). "You are really hoping for the flop to come Queen High with AQ." Id. Ostensibly, only fearing a holder(s) of QQ.,

    "I've lost more money playing AQ [in no-limit Hold'em games] than with any other hand." (Doyle Brunson). Doyle has played in the roughest games.

    In 5CD, that third card is a God-send. AQxxx is a "throw it away". AQJ-suited is playable if you are loose or in a game where the pot gets big to you.

    AQssx, a four-flush with a bug (Joker) in the deck is only a 4:1 dog to come home: if there are callers on the second round, this often will make up for many short "pot odds".

    AQKKx, pick 3 and be glad your opponents do not have your discarded Ace and Queen.

    AQ88x, throw away the Q and the "x" and shoot for Trips or Aces-Up.

  3. I have a 52 deck, (Including the Jokers,) but I don't know where to buy poker chips… (I live in Europe, so USD won't work for me.) Also, "Aces High"… God, I love Iron Maiden.

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  6. People asking why no professional card players play this game and the simple answer is that this kinda of Poker isn’t really considered a “professional” gambling game. Five Card Draw is a more home style of bar kinda of gambling game. It’s a lot easier to learn and doesn’t involve as many rounds of gambling.

  7. Great video just wanted to say at 1:03 you said straight flush was the best when it is Royal flush with an Ace, king, queen, jack, and 10 all of the same suit

  8. So at 2:10 into this video you say "player #3 will FOLD…" then you turn over player #4's hand!

    What?!? This is supposed to be a tutorial.

    What a COLOSSAL ERROR, Dude. Your tutorial is a joke!

  9. I dont play with chek,
    My uncle play that he can say he wants to try again to a new game and if i agree(if somebody(2Player) dont agree, then dont) the chips are still in the Pot and the next round they can win the Pot

  10. Wasn't Flush highter than Full House in 5 card draw? Or it's just for the Italian variant? That variant has more rules and im in confusion

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