Three Card Poker
Player makes an Ante and/or Pairplus bet
The dealer gives each player three cards and himself three cards. The player may examine his own cards. The dealer’s cards are dealt face down.
If the player made the Ante bet, then he has must either fold or raise.
If the player folds, then he forfeits his Ante wager.
If the player raises, then he must make an additional Play bet, equal exactly to his Ante bet.
The dealer will turn over his cards.
The dealer needs a queen high or better to qualify.
If the dealer does not qualify then the player will win even money on the Ante bet and the Play bet will push.
If the dealer qualifies, then the player’s hand will be compared to the dealer’s hand, the higher hand wins.
If the player has the higher poker hand then the Ante and Play will both pay even money.
If the dealer has the higher poker hand then the Ante and Play will both lose.
If the player and dealer tie then the Ante and Play bets will push.
If the player made the Ante bet and has a straight or higher then the player will receive an Ante Bonus, regardless of the value of the dealer’s hand.
The Pairplus bet will pay entirely based on the poker value of the player’s hand.