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3 CARD POKER
Genuine full size 3 card poker table - 5ft long on the dealers side and shaped in a semi circle with the widest point been 3ft
1 Dec of cards
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The game is played with a single deck of 52 cards. Three Card Poker is actually two games in one. There is the Play/Ante game where you are playing against the dealer to see who has the highest hand. There is also the Pair Plus game where you are wagering on whether or not you will be dealt a pair or better. You can bet on either of the games or both.
There are three betting circles in front of each seat. The top betting circle is labeled Pair Plus where the player puts a wager on the pair plus game. Beneath that are two circles labeled Ante and Play for the base game. The game starts with the player making a wager in the Pair Plus and or Ante circle equal to the table minimum. After all the players have made their bets the dealer will give each player a three card hand. Play begins with the first player to the dealer’s left and continues clockwise around the table.
If a player has made a bet on the Ante they must make their decision to fold or play after looking at their hand. If the player folds he forfeits their Ante wager. If the players want to continue they must make an additional bet in the Play circle equal to their Ante bet.
After all the players have made their decisions, the dealer will turn over his three card hand. The dealer needs to “qualify” with a hand of Queen or higher for play to continue. If the dealer’s hand does not contain a Queen or higher all players still active in the hand will be paid even money for their Ante wager and their bet on the Play will be returned to them.
If the dealer’s hand does qualify then their hand is compared to the player’s hand. If your hand beats the dealers hand you will be paid even money for your Ante and Play bets. If the dealer’s hand beats your hand you lose both bets. In the rare event of a tie then the player wins the hand.
The Hand Rankings
Because you are only dealt three cards the hand ranking are a little different than with traditional five card hands. This is because of the mathematical probabilities of making certain hands. The hands are ranked for the highest to the lowest as follows:
Three cards of the same suit in sequence. Example 6-7-8 of spades.
Three of a Kind.
Three cards of equal rank.
Three cards in sequence of mixed suits.
Three cards of the same suit.
Two cards of equal rank.
The highest card in your hand.
ANTE BONUS AND PAIR PLUS
There is a bonus payout on the Ante bet for certain hands as well as been paid at evens and the bonus does not require an additional wager. If you have a hand and are playing the pair plus you will be paid out as below.
Three Of A Kind