# How To Play 2-7 Triple Draw

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## How To Play 2-7 Triple Draw

In this video, Barry Martin teaches you how to play 2-7 triple draw by showing the mechanics of the game, and the winning hands.

Let's have a look at deuce, seven, triple draw. Once again, if you've seen the five card draw video, you're deuce to seven is a five card draw game. So, we're going to four players looking here, getting five cards each.

Now, the best possible hand - put your regular variations of poker to one side for the moment. The best possible hand you can have in deuce to seven, funny enough, is deuce to seven, okay. So let's try and show you what we call the nuts.

So, we're looking for two, three, four, five, seven, because if you have two, three, four, five, six, that makes a straight, which means it's the higher end of the hand ranges, no good to anybody. Okay, let's have a look. I'm just going to show you the nuts in deuce to seven, triple draw, and then we will get around to the basics.

Now, in this game, like in most poker games, aces are high, and we're looking for low versions of the hands, so aces are not good for us, okay. So, in deuce to seven, triple draw, this is what you're going for: two, three, four, five, seven, and you achieve that by drawing, and I'll show you how that works. There are a few variations.

You can do deuce to seven, single draw, but deuce to seven, triple draw is the most popular. So again, let's deal out one five card hand. So, as deuce to seven, triple draws go, we've got a pretty decent start.

You would probably try and get rid of just the ten. Now, I know you're not going to get the nuts here, but the nuts is very hard to achieve in deuce to seven, triple draw. So you're going to throw one card away.

Bet very fiercely with this hand, and draw one. Wow. In the first draw, we've got a really, really strong hand.

An eight low is fantastic. You would stick with this hand and you would keep betting, but let's say we got this in the first draw. Another eight, there's another eight.

Okay, let's say you got a jack here, okay. The jack, you would redraw. You don't want a jack, and then you get a three.

Three is bad because obviously, you've made a pair now. You would draw again. Oh, funny enough.

We've now made the nuts on the third draw. You get three draws and at the end of the three draws, you show down and see who has got the lowest hand possible, and that's basically how you play deuce to seven, triple draw. .