Full bring-in

Definition of full bring-in

When you bet twice the size of the bring-in in a poker game of the stud family, you bet a full bring-in. The term bring-in is probably unfamiliar to you since it is only found in a few poker games that don't include the more popular variants like Hold’em and Omaha. bring-in is a forced bet in seven-card stud and Razz, among other games. The forced bet must be paid by the player who receives the worst card preflop. This bet is always smaller than a normal regular bet. bring-in is almost always paid in the first round of betting.

More information on bring-in

When a player pays on the bring-inth, he will always have the option to raise to make a normal bet (a "full bet"). The action of paying this bet is called "bringing it in" or "bringing in the pot". On the seven-cardth and studth, to determine who will pay on the bring-inth, all players will be dealt face up cards. The player with the worst card will be bring-in. In case of a tie, the worst card will be determined by its suit according to the following chart (from the lowest to the highest suit): Clubs, Diamonds, Hearts, Spades. So, if one player has a two of spades and another has a two of clubs, the player with the two of clubs will be bring-in.


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