Three Card Poker is a game that’s simple to learn and very easy to understand. There are three ways to play and four ways to win. You can bet on a three card outcome, and/or try to beat the Dealer, or why not play both simultaneously . Multi-Hand Three Card Poker allows you play up to three hands at a time tripling you chances to win.
Three Card Poker offers you up to three hands of Poker. You start by placing a bet on one or more hands. Then you can choose to place a bet on Pair Plus, an Ante bet, or both.
After you have done the initial betting, you then click the DEAL button. You will then receive three cards, face down, for each hand that you have placed a bet on. The Dealer will also receive their three cards face down.
Starting with the hand furthest to the right, each hand is revealed and played in order. You can enable the “Squeeze” feature which means that you control the speed the cards are revealed, otherwise all three cards in the active hand are displayed at the same time.
If you have played with an Ante bet on the active hand, you have to now decide whether to Play your hand against the Dealer, or whether to muck your hand. If you do decide to play you then either click the PLAY button or click the Play bet spot on the table, which will place a bet equal to your Ante on the Play bet spot. If you decide that the hand is not worth playing click the FOLD button, you then forfeit your Ante, any Pairs Plus or Ante Bonus awards, and that hand is ended.
If you have only placed a Pair Plus bet, there is no decision to make on this hand. Unless you have a hand who’s value is greater than a pair wins, play will move on after the hand is revealed.
Once all the players hands are revealed, and you have finished deciding whether to Play or to Fold, the Dealer’s hand is then revealed and final results are evaluated.
Remember though that when playing against the dealer, when he turns over his cards he needs to have a queen or higher in his hand to qualify, if he doesn’t have a hand that qualifies it is classed as a push even though your hand is actually worse than the dealers.
To qualify for the Pair Plus bonus you MUST place a bet in the Pair Plus box BEFORE the dealing starts.