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Three Card Poker

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Three card poker

Here's the translation of the text about Three Card Poker:

Ante Bonus Payout Table:

Straight Flush: ANTE BET X 5

Three of a Kind: ANTE BET X 4

Straight: ANTE BET X 1

Pair Plus Bonus Payout Table:

Straight Flush: 40 to 1

Three of a Kind: 30 to 1

Straight: 6 to 1

Flush: 4 to 1

Pair: 1 to 1

If the dealer doesn't qualify, they pay even money on the ante bet, and the "Bet" wager is returned to the player.

If the dealer qualifies and loses to the player, then both the player's ante bet and their "Bet" wager will pay even money.

How to Play Three Card Poker:

Select the chip denomination with which you want to bet.

Place your bets by clicking on the Ante position and/or the Pair+ position.

Once a chip is placed, click on the initial chip(s) to increase the bet.

To remove the last placed bet(s), click on Cancel.

To remove all placed bets, click on Clear Bets.

Click on Deal to start the hand.

The rules of the game and the sequence of play are described below.

Click on Repeat Bet after the hand is finished to repeat your previous bet.

Click on New Game to change your previous bet for the next hand.

Game Rules:

In Three Card Poker, either an ante bet or a Pair+ bet must be placed efore the cards are dealt.

Both an ante bet and a Pair+ bet can be placed on the same hand. The ante bet and the Pair+ bet

are different bets and have different payout rules.

The player receives 3 face-up cards.

The dealer receives 3 face-down cards.

The player can choose to "Play" by clicking the Bet button or by clicking on the Bet area on the

table. The player can choose to "Fold" by clicking the Fold button.

By "Folding," a player loses their ante bet, and the game ends.

If the player "Plays," a bet equal to the ante bet is placed. If the player doesn't have enough funds

to place the ante bet, they can deposit more funds and return to the game at a later date.

The dealer reveals their three face-down cards.

To qualify, the dealer must have a Queen or better.

If the dealer doesn't qualify, they pay even money on the ante bet, and the "Bet" wager is returned

to the player.

If the dealer beats the player, then the player loses both the ante bet and their "Bet" wager.

If the player ties with the dealer, then both the ante bet and the "Bet" wager are pushed.

If the dealer loses to the player, then both the player's ante bet and their "Bet" wager will pay even money.

Additionally, whether the dealer qualifies or not, if the player has a straight or higher hand, they

are paid according to the ante bonus payout table.

Note:

The separate Pair+ bet pays out fully based on the value of the player's hand result, according to the Pair+ payout table.

The payout of the Pair+ bet, if any, is resolved before the player decides to fold or play, based on their ante bet. If no ante bet has been placed, the game ends at this stage.

The game is played with 1 deck of cards. The cards are shuffled at the beginning of each game.

A tie of the same face value is not possible when the dealer or the player has a Three of a Kind.

Payout tables for the ante bonus and Pair+ bet based on hand ranking are also available by clicking on the "i" icon within the game.

Hand Rankings:

Straight Flush: Three cards of the same suit in sequential order. If both the dealer and the player have winning straight flushes, the higher-ranking straight flush wins.

Three of a Kind: Three cards of the same value. If both the dealer and the player have winning three of a kind hands, the higher-ranking three of a kind wins.

Straight: Three consecutive cards. If both the dealer and the player have winning straight hands, the higher-ranking straight wins.

Flush: Three cards of the same suit. If both the dealer and the player have winning flush hands, the higher-ranking flush wins.

Pair: Two cards of the same value and one card of a different value. If both the dealer and the player have winning pair hands, the higher-ranking pair wins. When players have the same pair, the different card determines the winner.

High Card: The player holding the highest-value cards wins - with 2 as the lowest card and Ace as the highest card. If both the dealer and the player have a high card, the higher-value card wins.

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