3 Card Poker Bovada
In one form or another, poker may be the most popular gambling game in the world. There is every variety of poker from the old traditional Stud and Draw games to complex and fascinating variants like Caribbean Stud and Texas Hold ‘Em. In traditional card room poker, where players sit across from one another, more than half the game is in reading your opponent. Online however, especially with automated games, that element is completely removed. So why not play a game that is just the pure thrill of the numbers and the falling cards? That is exactly what Bovada’s 3 Card Poker is. It is poker stripped to the essentials of the game, and nothing more. 3 Card Poker, also known as Tri Card Poker, is a quick and fun table game that both long-time poker players and newcomers to the game are going to love. Old hands at the game of poker will enjoy the challenge that comes from playing just three cards against three other cards. Beginners will find three-card poker a great learning tool for picking up hand rankings and reading their cards quickly.
Playing With 3 CardsPlay in 3 Card Poker is similar to that in the standard game. Players start by either choosing Ante or Pair+ or both. If you choose the Ante game, you ante up and, if you think that your hand is sufficient to beat the dealer’s, you raise. In the Pair+ variant of the game, you bet on whether you are going to be dealt a hand that has at least a pair – if you are dealt a hand that is more valuable than a pair, that is even better, but you have to have at least a pair. The Both option brings both of these factors into play, making for a fun and challenging game.
Hand RanksFrom lowest to highest, the card values in poker are 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King, and Ace. In 3 Card Poker, the hand rankings are as follow:
- Pairs (Two cards of the same value)
- Flush (All cards have the same suit, for example, all diamonds or all clubs)
- Straight (Three cards are in sequential order, for example, Queen, King, Ace or 3, 4, 5)
- Three of a Kind (Three cards of the same value)
- Straight Flush (Cards of the same suit AND in sequential order)