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Three Card Rummy

Welcome to Three Card Rummy! An exciting single deck poker variant table game based on hands consisting of three cards. All cards are ranked according to their poker value, except aces are always low. The objective is to have fewer points than the dealer.

Cards 2 through 10 are equal to their face value, Jack, Queen and King are equal to ten points, Aces are equal to one point. Any pair, triple, two or three-card suited run are all zero points. Ace, King is not a suited run.

Place the chips that you wish to wager in the Ante box. You also have the option to make a bonus bet by placing chips in the Bonus Bet box. When you have finalized your bet and you are ready to proceed, you need to click on the Deal button. The dealer then deals three cards to you and to himself. The dealer’s cards will be dealt face down. After you review your cards, you have to decide whether to raise or fold your equal Ante wager by pressing the Raise button, or fold and lose the bet by pressing the fold button.

The minimum betting limit in three card rummy is one chip and the maximum is 100 in chips. In addition, the minimum bonus bet side bet is zero and the maximum is 50 chips if you choose to play the bonus bet. To place a bet, select a chip denomination from the lower right hand corner of the game screen. Once the desired chip denomination is selected, click on the desired bet marker on the table to place a bet. Continue to click on the bet markers to increase your bet.

The dealer must have 20 points or less to qualify. If the dealer does not qualify, any remaining ante bets will pay even money and raise bets will push. If the dealer does qualify, the player and the dealer totals will be compared and the lower total wins. If the player has a lower total, the ante will pay even money and the raise accordingly to the payout table. If the dealer has a lower total, the ante and raise will lose. And a tie will result in a push. If a bonus bet is made, it will pay accordingly to the paytable.

To remove a single chip, hold down the shift button on your keyboard and click on a chip to remove it. To remove an entire stack of chips hold down the ctrl button and click on the stack you wish to remove.

To increase the game size, you need to click on the edge of your browser window. This will increase the game size to fit in the re-sized window