Three Cark Rummy is an exciting variant of single deck poker, brought to us on the Betsoft software platform It is based on hands which obviously consist of three cards, is fast-paced, and fun to play. Card values are the same as poker rankings, and the object of this super casino table game is to have lower points than the dealer. Fortunately Aces are always low!
This is a 3D, and graphically pleasing table game that is very easy to play. As we mentioned before card rankings are the same as poker, therefore number cards are their face value, and face cards – Jack, Queen, and King = 10, while the Ace counts for only one point. Pairs and Trips count for “0” points, as do two and three suited runs. Fundamentally the better the hand, the lower the point score, and the more chance of winning!
Chips are marked 1.00, 5.00, 25.00, 100, and 500.00, with a minimum bet at this table of 1.00, and a maximum of 100.00. Place the chosen chip size on the “Ante” space for the cards to be dealt. There is also an option to place a bonus bet, simply do this by clicking on the appropriate chip size, and clicking the bonus bet space.
A clear button helps clear the table if the player changes their mind about the size of the bet. Once bets are place click on deal. Thereafter a “Repeat” button can be used to place the same wager again if the player wishes. Once the ante is made, and the cards are dealt, there is an option to fold, or raise, depending on the point score of the card. It is pretty obvious that as low points win, if card have a low point score, then the player should raise rather than fold.
The dealer has to qualify with 20 points of less for the player to win on their wager, or the game will be considered a push, and the player receives their wager back, as well as a one to one win. On the bonus bet two to one is paid, but if the dealer does qualify and the player wins, they win much more. Each points combination pays its own odds, and these can be checked out on the pay table. It is a really simple and fun game to play. Reminds us a little of Blackjack and is sort of in the same league.
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