A poker variant. Always played high-low, best with five to seven people. Seven cards are dealt to each player. There is a round of betting, then each player passes three cards to the person on her left (or right, depending on the whim of the dealer), then there is another round of betting. All players then discard two cards and place the remaining five cards down on the table in the order they would like to show them in. All players turn face up the top card of their hand, and then there is a round of betting, started by whoever has the high hand showing. Repeat this three more times. Then declare, and winners split the pot.

Anaconda usually has a fairly large pot, as there are two rounds of betting before you even see one of your opponents' cards. It's good fun though.