Triple Card Poker
777 Triple Card Poker, also known as 3 Card Poker, Tri Poker or Casino Brag, is an exciting variation on one of the most popular casino games of all time. Pit your wits against the dealer in this super-charged action packed table game and ante-up to win big! Heads UP - you can win even if you fail to beat the dealer’s hand!
- Available on all devices
- Pair Plus
Triple Card Poker – Beat the Dealer
Put your poker face on and ante up to beat the dealer. Place your bet on 777’s Triple Card Poker table and you’re ready to roll. Betting limits are from 1 – 600 per game and you can place bets on all three separate games in one session – play, ante and pair plus - at up to 200 chips per game, making this game ideal for both casual players and high rollers alike. The state-of-the-art gaming platform showcases the very best features of Triple Card Poker for your entertainment!
Getting Started with Triple Card Poker
With only three cards, Triple Card Poker is the ideal platform for betting against the house as opposed to other players. Start by choosing your chip value and dragging chips onto the positions on the board, you can choose one, two, or three positions to bet on. The maximum bet per position is clearly listed, as is the maximum bet per hand. Once you’re satisfied with your selection, click deal to deal your cards, if you want to change your bet amount or selection click clear all bets before selecting deal.
Once you click deal, both you and the dealer are dealt 3 cards.
Regardless of the dealer's hand, you win the Pair Plus if your hand shows any pair or better. Payout is higher the better your hand.
If you did not place any chips on Ante along with Pair Plus, the hand is over and a new round begins.
If you think your hand can beat the dealer's, click on Play to place another bet equal to your Ante. If you think all is lost, then you can Fold and lose your Ante without risking any more money on your bad hand.
At this point, the dealer turns over his cards and you compare hands.
The dealer must have a high card queen or better to play.
If the dealer does not play, your Ante pays double, but your Play bet is a 'push' and is returned to you with no winnings.
If the dealer plays, but your hand is better still, both Ante and Play bets pay double.
If the dealer plays, and his hand beats yours, you lose all bets.
All payouts are written on the table itself.
Ante and Play pay 1-1.
Ante pays an additional Ante bonus for certain hands: a straight pays 1-1, a set pays 4-1, and a royal flush pays 5-1.
Pair Plus pays 1-1 for a pair, and up to 40-1 with a royal flush.
The player’s percentage of theoretical return is 97.99%