3 Card Poker Bovada3 Card Poker Bovada, also called Tri Card Poker, is a fast-paced table game that is sure to please. Experienced poker players will love the challenge that arises by playing with just three cards from the 52-card deck and beginners will enjoy learning more about the rankings of poker hands. Tri Card Poker is a table game that requires you to bet, decide whether to raise or fold and simply outsmart the dealer. With bets ranging from $1 to $500, it's the perfect game for beginners and high-rollers alike.
Playing 3 Card Poker BovadaStart by choosing your bet. Your options are “Ante”, “Pair+” or both. In the “Ante” game, you ante up and then raise if you think your hand is good enough to beat the computerized dealer's hand. In the “Pair+” game, you bet whether you'll have a poker hand with at least a pair or better. Betting on both game options is a lot of fun and helps increase your odds of having a big win. Once you've decided how much you want to wager, click “deal.” After your cards have been dealt, you can fold your hand if you don't think it's strong enough to win or raise your bet. If you fold, you do lose the money you wagered before hitting deal.
Hand Ranks in 3 Card Poker at Bovada CasinoIn poker, card values from lowest to highest are 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, Queen, King, Ace. Hand rankings from lowest to highest are:
- Pairs (Two cards of the same value)
- Flush (All cards have the same suit)
- Straight (Cards are in sequential order, i.e. Jack, Queen, King or Nine, Ten, Jack.)
- Three of a Kind (Three cards of the same value)
- Straight Flush (Cards of the same suit in sequential order)