In Poker Three you're playing against the Dealer exclusively and not against other players. The rules in this two-in-one game are extremely straightforward and learning them takes no time.
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Prior to any Poker Three cards being dealt, it's up to you to choose how much you want to gamble against the Dealer's three-card poker hand. It is at this particular time that you may place a Pair or Better with the hope of landing a hand with at least a pair or greater. It's this choice of making two types of wagers that render Poker Three such a buzz to play.
The playing fun commences with you entering your ante wager by clicking on the chip of your choice. This chip is placed automatically on the area designated Ante. To add to your wager all you have to do is click on a subsequent chip. Removing any chip simply requires your positioning your curser on a chip(s) and afterwards right clicking with your mouse.
Now you are free to enter a Pair Plus Bet with the hopes of drawing - at minimum - one pair or better. Next, you're dealt 3 cards (hence the title Poker Three) facing up, and the Dealer receives 3 cards, although face down.
Once you have received your Poker Three cards you can opt to remain in the game or instead fold. Should you fold, you'll waste your ante plus your Pair Plus Bet, if you'd placed one. Should you opt to stay in the game, the value of your ante's automatically added to the spot marked BET on the table.
Now the Dealer flips his/her cards and looks to see whether or not his/her hand 'qualifies, meaning it includes at least a queen or more. Again, the object in Poker Three is to luck into a greater three-card poker hand then the Dealer.
Poker Three Situations
What is nifty about Poker Three is that even when you have no hand, if the Dealer does not qualify, you're declared the winner. If either you or the Dealer has no hand, the highest-ranking card in either hand determines who the winner is. When neither you or the Dealer have any hand, but the Dealer qualifies at least by holding a queen or greater, your Ante and bet both go to the House.
Another excellent Poker Three feature is: even if you don't beat the casino's cards, but happened to have entered a Pair Plus Bet and at least made a pair, you nonetheless win the Pair Plus Bet. But your Ante goes to the casino.
Enjoy playing Poke Three @ your favourite online casino. And good luck!
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