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    1. Three card poker is two games in one, a game on the players hand or a game against the dealer's hand . The player may bet on either one or on both, and may place with different bet amounts on each. Both games are based on hands consisting of three cards.


    1. Enter a betting amount by clicking on any betting chips (an arrow will be next to the chips you selected). Once you chose your chips amount, click on the table to place your wager on either on "Pair Plus" or "Ante" or on both. The chips are automatically placed on the table when clicked. Note: The right mouse button is for deducting money from the table.
    2. There are two ways of playing, please view "Pairplus" and "Ante and Play" below for more information.


    1. This is a simple game in which you get three cards and are paid according to their value. The dealer's hand is immaterial. There is no raising and no discarding, in fact no skill of any kind is involved. Note that a straight is harder to form than a flush.

      The following table shows various pay tables for Pairplus.

    2.          
        Hand Example Specifications Payoffs
        Straight Flush 3 sequential cards, same color 40 to 1
        Three of a Kind Same type of card 30 to 1
        Straight 3 sequential cards 6 to 1
        Nothing     Lost
        House Edge     2.32%
               


    1. Play begins with a wager on Ante. After the player views his three cards he may either raise by putting an equal bet on play or fold and lose the Ante bet.

      If the player does raise then he goes against the dealer's hand. The dealer needs at least a queen high to qualify. Below are the possible outcomes and their payoff:
      • Dealer does not qualify: Ante wins 1 to 1, play bet is returned
      • Dealer qualifies and player beats dealer: Both play and Ante win 1 to 1
      • Dealer qualifies and dealer beats player: Both Play and Ante lose
      • Dealer qualifies and dealer ties player: Both Play and Ante push

      In addition the Ante bet has an extra bonus that does not depend on the dealer's hand. The following table shows some variations.
    2.          
        Hand Example Specifications Payoffs
        Straight Flush 3 sequential cards, same color 5 to 1
        Three of a Kind Same type of card 4 to 1
        Straight 3 sequential cards 1 to 1
        Element of Risk     2.01%
        House Edge     3.37%
               






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