3 Card Poker is played as heads-up between the player’s hand and the dealer’s hand. After all anti wagers are placed, three cards are dealt to each player and the dealer. Players have a choice to either fold or continue in the game by placing a “play” wager equal to their ante. Hands are then exposed and wagers resolved.
3 Card Poker: Gameplay
Teen Patti is played with one deck of 52 cards. On the table, you will notice that there are four betting spots in front of the seated position.
At the right you have a spot for ‘6 card bonus;, in the middle is the betting spot for ‘Ante and Bet’ and the spot on the left is the spot for
How 3 Card Poker is played?
The game begins when the players place a bet on the Ante spot, which must be equal to the minimum amount indicated for that particular table. Each player who has placed the Ante wagers required above, shall also have the option to make an additional ‘Pair Plus’ wager or a ‘6 Card Bonus’ wager that awards a bonus payout to the player(s) who receives a hand consisting of certain hand combinations as listed on listed in the tables below.
Once the player has finished placing his bets, the dealer distributes three cards to the plays placing it face up and three cards to the dealer facing down and you can only examine your own cards. If you’ve made the ante bet then you must either fold or raise.
The dealer needs a queen-high or better to quality:
Folding forfeits your ante wager, calling(raising) means you must make an additional play bet that is equal to your ante. The dealer then turns over their cards.
If the dealer doesn’t quality, you win even money on the ante bet and play bet is a push
If the dealer qualifies, your hand is compared to the dealer’s hand and the best hand wins.
- 6 Card Bonus
This is faster than the usual Texas Hold’em or Omaha Poker. The rules are tad-bit different, although the ranking of hand is the same as other forms of poker. It is a highly exciting game, which offers the players heavy rewards.