A Lord Ping Guide on Three Card Poker Hands

Three Card Poker Hands

Three Card Poker is one of the most popular variants of Poker that pits the player directly against the deal using a simple 3-card structure. In today’s article, we’ll be taking a look at the different types of three-card poker hands utilized in this game ordered from best to worst. 

What is Three Card Poker?

Derek Webb invented Three-Card Poker in 1994. It combines two games into one and utilises a standard 52-card deck. The first variation, titled "Ante/Play," sets players against the dealer in a competition to have the best hand. The second variation, referred to as Pair Plus, lets players wager on whether or not they'll be dealt a pair or better. To wager on the Pair Plus portion, however, players must also place an Ante bet in most casinos. Three-card poker does not include playing against other players, in contrast to regular poker, which puts players against one another. Three-card poker is a casino game where players face off against the house.

Three Card Poker Hands

A conventional 52-card deck is used to play the thrilling poker variant known as three-card poker. There are three methods to play and four ways to win in three-card poker. In Three Card Poker, a player can wager either against the dealer or on the worth of their own three-card hand, or they can wager both ways.

Three-card poker follows the standard poker ranks with a few exceptions, with the exception of two pairs. To form a straight and a flush, only three cards must be dealt consecutively and three must be of the same suit. A straight triumphs over a flush in three-card poker. Additionally, there are other wagers against the dealer that might result in additional rewards.

Mini Royal Flush

A Mini Royal Flush is a set of cards with an ace, king, and queen all belonging to the same suit. This is the highest possible straight flush.

Straight Flush

A Straight Flush is three consecutive cards of the same suit. Aces can be either high or low, as in the examples A-K-Q or 3-2-A. except in the case of a 3, 2, Ace straight flush, the highest card in the hand is utilised to break ties.

Three of a Kind

A three-of-a-kind hand is three identical cards in a row. The order of the three cards is used to break ties.

Straight

A straight is three playing cards in order. Except for when it's utilised for a 3, 2, Ace straight, the top card in the hand is used to break ties.

Flush

Three of the same suit of cards. Ties are broken using the highest card's rank, the second-highest card's rank, and the third-highest card's rank if they are still tied.

One Pair

One pair is the third card of a different rank, together with two cards of the same rank.

If there is a tie, the unpaired card's rank is used to break it. Otherwise, the paired cards' rank is used.

Nothing

This is three cards of different ranks and suits that are not in order, i.e., none of the hands listed above.

Ties are broken using the highest card's rank, the second-highest card's rank, and the third-highest card's rank if they are still tied.

Play Three Card Poker at Lord Ping

At Lord Ping, you can try your hand at a variety of Three-card poker games, as well as other Poker variants such as Texas Hold’em and Stud, plus many more casino games too. Sign up and play today to discover more.

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