Three Chance Poker

Three Chance Poker

Unlock multiple chances to win in this quickfire game, Three Chance Poker.

    Three Chance Poker Game Overview

    The aim of Three Chance Poker is to beat the dealer with your three-card poker hand.

    You are both dealt three cards each and you are then given the option to play or fold.

    Folding will forfeit your hand.

    To play, you must place another wager equal to your original bet.

    The dealer will then reveal their cards and the hands are compared.

    The amount paid back to you will depend on whether the dealer plays or not - they must have a queen high or better to play.

    If the dealer does not play, you will receive even money on your ante bet and the play bet is a push.

    If the two hands result in a tie, your ante and play bets are returned.

    Placing Bets

    To start your game, click in the ante box to place a bet with your chosen chip size.

    Selecting the 'Undo' button will remove the last chip you placed.

    Clicking 'Deal' starts the game with the initial cards dealt to you and the dealer.

    Clicking 'Play' places the additional wager.

    Clicking 'Fold' ends your game.

    Pairs or Better Side Bet

    This is an optional side bet that allows you to wager on getting a Pair or better in your three-card hand.

    The poker hands are paid out according to the table below.

    Three of a Kind33/1
    Straight Flush35/1
    Royal Flush100/1

    Ante Bonus Pays

    This bonus pays out if you are dealt three of a kind, a straight flush or a royal flush

    Three of a Kindx3
    Straight Flushx4
    Royal Flushx5

    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 97.99%

    The expected return is the amount we payout to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £97.99 of wins.

    This return is based on the player making the best choices.