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3 Card Poker
Welcome to 3 Card poker - the card game that's fast, furious and about to take the world by storm.
Placing a Bet
In 3 Card Poker you can place a Pair Plus bet, an Ante bet, or both.
At the bottom of your game screen you'll find different colour chips, each displaying a different coin value.
To get started, simply click on a chip and place it on the required section of the casino table.
If you wish to cancel a bet before the cards have been dealt, press and hold the spacebar on your keyboard and click on the coin on the table. To cancel all bets, click the CLEAR BETS button.
To start a game click DEAL, the dealer will then proceed to deal the cards.
Important note: If you choose to place an Ante bet, your remaining balance must be large enough to double that bet.
What is a Pair Plus Bet?
Pair Plus bets are paid out irrespective of whether you beat the Dealer's hand and must be placed before the cards are dealt.
If you hold a Pair or better after the cards have been dealt, you will be paid according to the Pair Plus pay table below.
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If you've also placed an Ante Bet you must also play against the dealer to be eligible for a Pairs Plus award.
What is an Ante Bet?
The Ante Bet allows you to win in two ways, either against the Ante Bonus pay table or by playing against the dealer.
You must place your Ante bet before the cards are dealt. Once they're dealt you can either play or fold.
If you choose to play you must double your wager and play against the dealer as normal. If you Fold, you do not double your wager but you forgo any Ante Bonus award.
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How to Play
Once you have placed your bets, click DEAL and both you and the dealer will receive three cards.
If you've placed a Pair Plus bet you'll automatically be paid out according to the Pair Plus pay table.
If you've placed an Ante Bet you must decide whether to Fold your hand, or play and challenge the dealer.
If you Fold you will forfeit all bets, without doubling your stake.
If you choose to play you'll double your bet and reveal the dealer's cards.
Any Ante Bonus or Pair Plus awards are paid at this point.
After the hand has finished, you can repeat your last bet automatically by clicking the rebet button. If you wish, you can adjust your Ante bet and/or your Pair Plus bet.
How to win: Beating the Dealer
If you've placed an Ante bet and you play against the dealer, your bet is doubled and the dealer's hand is revealed.
If the dealer has three cards lower than a Queen, they can't play whether they beat your hand or not. You'll the win 1 to 1 on your Ante bet plus your Play bet is returned.
If the dealer can play, the best hand wins, according to the Poker Hand rankings as seen on the next page.
If the dealer wins, you lose all bets.
If you win, you win 1 to 1 on your Ante bet and you win 1 to 1 on your Play bet.
If there is no winner - a tie - the hands stand and your Ante and Play bets are both returned.
Poker Hand Rankings
The following Poker hands are valid in 3 Card Poker. Ace can be high or low.Straight Flush: Three cards of the same suit, of consecutive rank. e.g. 6-7-8 of Hearts.
Three of a Kind: Three cards with the same rank.
Straight: Three consecutive cards, of mixed suits.
Flush: Three cards of the same suit.
Pair: Two cards with the same rank.
High Card: Three non-matching cards.
The above list is ranked so the higher hands beat the lower hands, with matching sets ranked depending on the value of the cards within it.
When comparing a Flush, Straight, or Straight Flush hand, the hand with the higher high card wins. If the winning outcome is the same between two hands, the remaining cards in the hand are examined.