3 Card Poker, at the name hints, is a video poker game that is played with just 3 cards. The awesome thing here is that you actually play two games with the same hand. Each hand is played with a single deck of 53 cards, that is shuffled between games. Sounds interesting doesn’t it?
How to Play 3 Card Poker
3 card poker provides two modes of gameplay that can be played alongside each other. Each requires a bet of its own, but only the ante bet is mandatory (you can choose not to play pairs plus).
Ante Play essentially is the player facing off against the dealer with the aim of achieving a higher card. Three cards are dealt and you'll have the choice of playing (double the ante) or folding your hand. The dealer needs Queen high at the least to qualify, and your hand must beat theirs to win.
Think of Pair Plus as a side game with the aim of being dealt a pair. To play you will need to place a Pair Plus bet on the table. Once the cards are dealt you'll receive a prize if a pair is dealt. It doesn't matter what the dealer gets because Pair Plus doesn't affect the main game.
Options include display quality (good if you have a slow connection), sound effects, the ability to mute the dealers voice and even switching ambient sounds on or off.