Hi, I'm an NLHE player but I play a lot of limit 5 and 7 card stud with my 9- and 6-year-old kids as they seems like better games when they can at least "read" something of the opponents hands than Holdem where it's completely opaque to them. The 6-year-old also lasts longer with limit betting. Anyway a situation came up that I didn't know the rule for and I'd like to ask:
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When an player is all-in from bets on previous rounds, and he is showing the strongest hand, does action begin to his left (the idea being that it really starts with him but he auto-checks being all-in), or does it begin with the non-all-in player showing the strongest hand (the idea being its the strongest hand of people who can actually bet)?
Example from 4th street
Players are seated in the following order:
Player A (all-in) [X X] 7
Player B (deep) [X X] A
Player C (deep) [X X] 6
Does action start from player B or player C?