Ante and Play - you’re betting your hand will be a higher poker ranking than the Dealer's hand
Pair Plus® - this is an additional bet that your hand will contain a pair or better. This is paid regardless of the Dealer’s hand at the appropriate odds (even money to 35-1)
Prime - a side bet that your hand will be all the same colour. If the Dealer’s hand is also the same colour, it increases the odds paid out to you.
Decide which bets you want to play – Ante, Pair Plus and Prime. You can also play our progressive side bet, giving you the chance to win some of the biggest jackpots in London!
Once the cards have been dealt, you can look at your hand. If you think you have a better hand than the Dealer's hidden hand, then you add a bet to ‘Play’ your hand. Your Play bet must be equal to your Ante bet.
To qualify, the Dealer must have a hand of at least Queen high. If the Dealer does not qualify with a Queen high, then all Ante bets are paid along with any winning Pair Plus, Prime and Ante bonus bets.
If the Dealer qualifies and your hand beats the Dealer’s, then your Ante and Play bets are paid at even money. The Dealer will then pay any winning Ante Bonus and Pair Plus bets.
Should the Dealer’s hand beat your hand; the Dealer will collect both your Ante bet and Play bet. Pair Plus bets are still paid as per the odds listed on the table.
You place your Ante and Pair Plus bets before the cards are dealt. You may then also decide if you wish to play a Prime bet.
Then once the cards have been dealt, you can review your hand and decide if you think it’s likely to be a higher rank than the Dealer's. To stay in the game, you add a Play bet, equal to your Ante bet.
Once the Play bets have been placed, the Dealer then reveals their hand. The game continues if the Dealer’s hand contains a Queen or higher. You win even money on both Ante and Play bets if your hand is higher than the Dealer's.
If your Ante bet has a straight or better, then you’ll receive an Ante Bonus, regardless of the value of the Dealer's hand.
If the Dealer’s hand doesn’t contain a Queen or higher, then you will win even money on your Ante bet and the Play bet will be a stand-off.
If the Dealer has the higher Poker hand, your Ante and Play will both lose.
In Three Card Poker a straight has a higher ranking than a flush, which is not the case in five card poker.
When Players have stopped viewing their cards they normally place these under their ‘Play’ bet.
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