Three Card Poker Progressive

Three Card Poker is an exciting variation of stud poker in which players are challenged to make the best poker hand while playing with only three cards. Players may bet against the dealer or bet on the value of their own three-card hand or both. An ‘ante Bonus’ shall be paid if a player is dealt one of the three highest ranking hands in the game. The ante Bonus is paid regardless of the dealer’s hand.

Ante Bonus:

Straight: 1 to 1
3 of a Kind: 4 to 1
Straight Flush: 5 to 1

Betting Options

To Play Three Card Poker, place an ante wager, a “Pair Plus” wager or both at the same time before the dealer announces, “no more Bets.” An additional wager offered on the Three-Card Poker table is the “Play” wager. The Play wager must be equal to the ante wager.

To play against the dealer, a player must first make an ante bet or both the ante and the Pair Plus bets. After players have viewed their cards, they have the option of either placing a Play wager equal to their ante wager or forfeiting their original bets. The dealer must have Queen High or better to qualify and the game moves on. If the dealer does not have a qualifying hand, the ante wager is paid 1 to 1 and the Play wager is returned to the player. After making a Play wager, if the dealer qualifies and the player’s hand beats the dealer’s hand, the Play wager is paid 1 to 1. After making an ante wager, if the dealer qualifies and the player’s hand beats the dealer’s hand, the ante wager is paid 1 to 1. In the event of a tie hand, the hand is called a Push and the wages are returned.

Play Pair Plus:

Bet the Pair Plus spot to bet on your own hand. If your hand contains a pair or better, you win. The maximum pair plus bet is $100.00. The rankings of the hands in Three Card Poker differ from traditional poker hands. In Three-Card Poker, a straight beats a flush.

Pair Plus Payouts

Pair: 1 to 1
Flush: 3 to 1
Straight: 6 to 1
3 of a Kind: 30 to 1
Straight Flush: 40 to 1

$1 Progressive wagering:

If a player gets an ace-King-Queen in Spades, it triggers the $1 progressive jackpot. Hands containing an ace-King-Queen suited, three-of-a-kind and straights trigger a flat payout off the meter. if a player makes the $1 progressive wager and their hand does not qualify for payouts, they may still win the Envy Bonus payout if at least one player has an Ace-King-Queen suited. A player cannot win Envy Bonuses for his own hand or the dealer’s.