Updated In December, 2013 - This page contains the internet's largest selection of 27 Single Draw strategy articles. If you are looking for basic tips and tactics we offer a 3 part guide that covers beginners, intermediate and advanced 2-7 Single Draw strategy. We also have specialized strategy articles that focus on hand selection, bluffing and tournament play. The hand selection is easily the most important article to read in my opinion. Playing the right starting hands is essential if you want to become a winning 27 Single Draw player. After you have mastered 27 Single Draw you should check out the lowball table games at the Bovada Casino, the best no-deposit casino online. If you are not 100% how this game is played please read our 27 Single Draw rules article.
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I will provide a summary of the "must know" 2-7 Single Draw tactics for busy people that don't have the time or patience to read through all of the 27 Single Draw strategy articles listed above. I have condensed the major concepts found in our strategy articles into a few short paragraphs.
As I mentioned above this is the most important part of a successful strategy. Hand selection in 2-7 Single Draw is the most important decision you will make. There are plenty of factors that should help you determine which hands to play. Here is a list of some of the more important factors along with explanations:
Since people that want to learn more about 27 Single Draw hand selection are mostly interested in hand ranges so I will provide some basic information on that below. :
If you get dealt a 5 card hand that is 10 or less in any position that is always worth a raise. Even hands with face cards will win a lot of the time. The number of players that draw cards should be considered though.
Bluffing is a major tactic in 27 Single Draw. Since this is exclusively played in no limit format it is easy to bluff people. It is even easier since it is a draw game. Once every 10-15 hands I will usually just stand pat and raise pre-draw. A big bet post draw will typically give me the win 99% of the time.