Object of Game
Players are dealt three cards in which they will assemble their best three-card hand in an attempt to beat the Player-Dealer’s three-card hand according to the card values and hand ranking below.
How to Play
At the beginning of each round of play, each player may place an Ante, Pair Plus, 6 Card Bonus and/or Progressive wager on the appropriately labeled betting circles for each spot being wagered. (Each player will have the option to place a Play wager, after inspecting their hand, which must be equal to the Ante wager.) Upon completion of the cards being dealt, the dealer will turn the bottom card of the Player-Dealer’s hand face up. Players may now examine their cards and decide whether or not to place a Play wager equal to the Ante wager amount in an attempt to beat the player-dealer’s three-card hand. If a player chooses not to place a Play wager, then their Ante wager will be surrendered to the Player-Dealer. (Bonus and Progressive wagers will be determined independent of the player’s decision to make a Play wager.)
Determining a Winning Wager
If the Player-Dealer’s hand does not qualify with a minimum of a queen-high:
If the Player-Dealer’s hand has a queen or better, the player-dealer’s hand qualifies:
Card Values & Hand Rankings
The rank of each card used in Three Card Poker 6 Card Bonus when forming a three-card poker hand, in order of highest to lowest rank, shall be: ace, king, queen, jack, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 and all suits shall be considered equal in rank.