Play against the dealer during a game of Live Three Card Poker for a chance to win awesome prizes.
For a chance of winning at Live Three Card Poker, you must hold a better three-card hand than the dealer.
Live Three Card Poker is played with a traditional 52-card deck, which are shuffled at the end of each round.
Place an Ante bet to start the game - you can also place optional Pair Plus and 6-Card Bonus bets.
Both you and the dealer will then be dealt three cards each - the dealer's cards will be face-down.
If you have a strong hand, click 'Play' to place another bet equivalent to your Ante bet; otherwise, click 'Fold'.
To play, the dealer must qualify by holding a hand of Queen or higher.
If the dealer fails to qualify, your Play bet will be returned and your Ante bet will pay out 1:1.
If the dealer does qualify, your hands will be compared and result in one of the following outcomes:
If you place a Play bet and get a Straight Flush, Three of a Kind or Straight on your initial three cards, you will win an Ante Bonus even if the dealer wins the round.
If you place an optional Pair Plus bet and get a Pair or better on your initial three cards, you will win according to the paytable - even if you fold and the dealer wins the round.
If you place an optional 6-Card Bonus bet, you win if your initial three cards plus the dealer’s three cards make a five-card poker hand of Three of a Kind or better. You win according to the paytable even if you fold and dealer wins the round.
The following rules apply in Live Three Card Poker:
Individual cards are ranked in descending order: King, Queen, Jack, 10, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three and two.
Ace can be high or low, i.e. the highest value or lowest value card in a Straight.
Different bets have different payouts in this game, as outlined below.
You can play up to four different games at the same time, all in the same browser window, while playing Live Three Card Poker.
Live Three Card Poker RTP
Ante bet Return to Player: 96.63%.
Pair Plus bet: 95.51%
Six-Card Bonus bet: 91.44%
The expected return to player is the amount we pay out 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 £96.63 of wins.