Trey Card Poker - Professional Series is an online version of three card poker
with bonus payouts and two kinds of bets. It is played using a standard 52-card deck without jokers. The cards are shuffled before each deal.
It should be noted that Trey Card Poker - Professional Series has slightly different ranks of hands compared to the other kinds of poker. We are going to enumerate them in ascending order: high card, pair, flush, straight, three of a kind, straight flush and royal straight flush. All suits are equal, so if the hands are equal, the draw is announced.
The theoretical payout percentage of Trey Card Poker - Professional Series is 96.63%. This is official data provided by Unibet Casino, though the analysis of multipliers for Pair Up gives grounds to believe that the advantage for this bet will be significantly lower.
Trey Card Poker - Professional Series has two types of independent bets: ante and Pair Up. Let's firstly discuss the rules of the basic game for an ante and then for Pair Up.
The aim of Trey Card Poker - Professional Series is to collect a paid combination of cards that has a higher rank than the dealer's hand, or win in the absence of the dealer's lowest-ranking hand (one queen and higher). Cards can not be exchanged in this poker.
Initially, the player makes an ante. If he believes that his hand is too low-ranking, he can fold and lose his ante. If he thinks that his cards allow him to fight for the victory, he wagers the same amount on the field Play. In this case, the following situations are possible:
- The dealer does not have at least the lowest-ranking hand. The customer wins one ante and a play is returned to him.
- The dealer has a combination, but it has a lower rank compared to the player's one. The customer wins one ante and one play.
- The dealer has a combination and it has a higher rank compared to the player's one. The customer loses both bets.
- The dealer and the client have equal hands. The draw is announced. Payouts are not made.
Certain combinations of cards bring additional bonus payouts to players. They are discussed in the special section below.
Pair Up is not related to the ante. It can be made independently. It wins if the player's cards will have one of the following hands (with its multiplier):
- Pair - 1:1
- Flush - 3:1
- Straight - 5:1
- Three of a kind - 40:1
- Straight flush - 50:1
- Royal straight flush - 100:1
If the player makes a Pair Up without an ante, the croupier does not deal cards to himself.
Bonus payouts are made for an ante and are credited for the following hands:
- Straight - 1:1
- Three of a kind - 4:1
- Straight flush - 5:1
As you can see, a flush is not included in the number of bonus hands of Trey Card Poker - Professional Series.
Trey Card Poker - Professional Series is a very attractive game for all fans of three card poker who like side bets and bonus payouts. If you are interested in it, this article
can provide answers to your questions.