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3 Card Poker rules

In this variation of Poker three to six players are able to participate. The dealer deals three cards to every player, face down. After this initial deal follows a betting round in which any of the players on the table can make the opening bet. He and any other player now has to either Call or Raise to stay into the game. Then each player in 3 card poker has to draw two cards on the draw followed by another round of betting. After this final round of betting the players all show their hands. The ranking of the hand is exactly the same as in Regular Poker, but due to the three card limitation a Three of a Kind is the highest hand you can get.


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