If you’re familiar with the rules of three card poker then just multiply these by three!
Start by placing a bet on one or more hands. You can choose to place a Pair Plus bet, an Ante bet, or both. Remember you can play three hands but don’t have to bet on them all.
After you have completed your initial betting, click the DEAL button. You receive three cards, face down, for each position on which you have a bet. The Dealer also receives three cards face down.
Starting with the right-most hand, each hand is revealed and played in order. If the “Squeeze” feature is enabled, you control the speed of the card reveal, otherwise all three cards in the active hand are displayed.
If you have placed an Ante bet on the active hand, you must now decide whether to Play your hand and challenge the Dealer, or whether to Fold your hand. If you click the PLAY button or click the Play bet spot on the table, you place a bet equal to your Ante on the Play bet spot. If you click the FOLD button, you forfeit your Ante, you forgo 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. Play will move on after the hand is revealed.
Once all bet-upon hands are revealed, and you finish deciding whether to Play or Fold, the Dealer’s hand is revealed and final results are evaluated.
Poker Hand Rankings
This list contains the possible Poker hand outcomes for Three Card Poker ranked from the highest value hand (Straight Flush) to the lowest (High Card). For two cards to have the same rank, they must have the same number (like two 8s) or the same picture (like two Queens).
Three cards of consecutive rank, all of the same suit. For example, 6-7-8 of Hearts.
Three of a Kind:
Three cards with the same rank.
Three cards of consecutive rank of mixed suits. Ace can be high (as in Q-K-A) or low (as in A-2-3).
Three cards of the same suit.
Two cards with the same rank.
Three non-matching cards.