Multi Hand 3 Card Poker
Should you be seeking to play a popular casino card game but with the option to play several hands all at the same time then allow us to introduce you to the Multi Hand 3 Card Poker game which is the original version of Microgamings 3 Card Poker game but presented in a multi hand format.
The game plays identically to the standard 3 Card Poker game but gives you the choice of playing up to five separte hands on each game, you can pick any of the five play boxes on the table just like in a real land based casino!
The version uses just one full deck of 52 playing cards, os you will never see the same card being used in play per game more than once.
As you may or may not know Multi Hand 3 Card Poker is two games in one and you can playt these together or pick just one of them to play on each game played. The first game is the Ante game and the other game is the Pairs Plus game.How To Play 3 Card Poker Multi Hand
To play the Ante game either on its own or alongside the Pairs Plus wager you must place a minimum wager of at least 0.50 per hand played on to the table, the maximum wager per hand is 200.00 so you can risk up to 1000.00 per game played.
Once you have chosen your stake level and chosen how many hands you wish to play (you do this by placing your chips into the Ante box on the table) then simply click the Play button and each hand will receive 3 face up cards and the Dealer is dealt 3 face down cards.
Starting with the rightr hand side hand you must choose to either Play on Fold this hand, by playing an addition bet eqaul to your Ante wager is placed on to the table, and by folding you will lose the Ante wager and that hand is removed from play.
One you have made the decision on the right hand side hand you then have to make a decision on the hand on the left of this hand, once again you can Play or Fold this hand, once you have made this decision the next hand on the elft of this hand requires you attention, this continues until you have made a wagering decision on all hands in play.
Once you have made you wagering decision on each hand you are playing then the Dealers card will be revealed to you, if the Dealers hand does not qualify (by getting a Queen or any hand higher than a Queen) then all of your Ante wagers are paid out at the odds of 1 to 1 and all of your Play wagers are classed as a push and it will be returned to you.
But should the Dealers hand Qualify (by getting at least a Queen or higher ranked hand) then the highest ranked hands will be deemed to be the winner.3 Card Poker Multi Hand Payouts
Should any of your hands in play beat the Dealers you will receiev the following payout: A Highest Card Hand, a Pair or a Flush will have both your Ante and Play wagers recieving a payout worth 1 to 1, however should any of your hands be a Straight Hand then each one of these receievs an extra payout of 1 to 1 on your Play Wager, should any of your hands be a Three of a Kind then your Play wager will receive a payout of odds at 4 to 1, a Straight Flush in your hand when the Dealers Hand has Qualified get a payout worth 40 to 1.
Remember that you can place either a Pair Plus wager and a Ante wager or play then both together.
The Pairs Plus wager requires a wager of at least 0.50 and a maximum of 200.00, and all you have to do is get a hand with a value of a Pair or higher in ranking irrespetive of what the Dealer is holding and it doesn't matter if he has Qualified or not, you simply need to have been dealt a Pair or better then your Pair Plus wager will win.
The payouts attached to the Pairs Plus wager are: a Pair pays Even Money (1:1), a Flush will payout at odds of 4 to 1, a Straight pays 6 to 1, Three of a Kind pays 30 to 1 and a Straight Flush pays 40 to 1.