Straight Up Face Down Trade

If a player’s board reads three cards in numerical order, either ascending or descending order, that player must trade a down card with the neighbor closest to the highest card in the sequence. The sequence may appear anywhere on a player’s board. The trade must be a random pick from either player. For example: If you are dealt the X-X-6♣-5-4, you would randomly pick a hole card from the player to your left, while he would pick a hole card of yours. Similarly, if your board read X-X-4-10-J-Q♣, you would trade a hole card with the person to your right.

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