Three-Cards, Unlimited Excitement
In Three-Card Poker, you are looking to make the best poker hand possible with three cards. You can choose to play this game against the dealer with an ante bet. You can also bet on your own hand by placing a pair plus bet.
How to Play
The player makes an ante bet and may also place a pair plus bet. The dealer gives the player and him- or herself three cards. The player examines his or her cards. The dealer's cards are kept face down. Any player making the ante bet must either fold or raise a bet equal to his or her ante.
The dealer's hand qualifies with a queen high or better. If the dealer does not qualify, the player wins even money on the ante bet and pushes the play bet. If the dealer qualifies, the higher hand wins.
If the player wins, his or her ante and play bets are paid even money.
- Ante players with three-of-a-kind or higher will receive an ante bonus, regardless of the value of the dealer's hand.
- Pair plus bets are paid entirely based on the poker value of the player's hand, per the posted pay table.
Our three-card poker tables offer an optional progressive bet that uses the dealer’s three cards and the player’s three cards to create a five-card poker hand. A royal flush in spades pays the player our entire progressive jackpot. Royal flushes in hearts, clubs or diamonds pay the player 25% of the progressive meter. Other poker hands also qualify for payouts.
Progressive jackpots are updated frequently but may not reflect current amounts. Please see table games for real-time jackpots. Updated May 20, 2022.