Three Card Poker

Three Card Poker

Test your nerve in Three Card Poker, a high-octane version of one of the most popular table games around.

    Three Card Poker - Game Overview

    In this game, you'll play against the dealer to see who makes the best three-card hand.

    Start the game by placing your Ante bet.

    Following this, both you and the dealer receive three cards.

    The dealer's three cards are dealt facing down.

    You will then be presented with two options:

    • Fold - to surrender your Ante bet.
    • Play - to place a bet equal to the Ante bet.

    Should you choose Play, the dealer's cards are revealed.

    If the dealer's hand has a Queen high or better, it'll be evaluated against your hand using the hand rankings.

    If the dealer has the better hand, you lose your Ante and Play bets.

    If you have the better hand, you'll receive your Play and Ante bets at a 1:1 ratio.


    Hand Rankings

    From highest to lowest, here are the hand rankings for Three Card Poker:

    • Straight Flush - all cards are in sequential rank and are of the same suit
    • Three of a Kind - three cards that are of the same rank
    • Straight - all cards are in sequential rank in at least two different suits
    • Flush - all cards are of the same suit
    • Pair - two cards that are of the same rank
    • High Card - highest-value card in the hand is counted


    Payouts

    With the side bets available, there are a few payout tables worth noting:

    Ante Bonus

    Hand
    Payout
    Straight1:1
    Three of a Kind4:1
    Straight Flush5:1

    Pair Plus

    Hand
    Payout
    Pair1:1
    Flush3:1
    Straight6:1
    Three of a Kind30:1
    Straight Flush40:1
    Mini Royal (AKQ suited)200:1

     6 Card Bonus

    Hand
    Payout
    Three of a Kind5:1
    Straight10:1
    Flush20:1
    Full House25:1
    Four of a Kind50:1
    Straight Flush200:1
    Royal Flush1,000:1

    Return to Player 

    Return to Player (RTP): 97.99%.

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take $100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out $97.99.