Game Rules for 3 Card Pot Shot Poker
3 card Pot Shot Poker consists of (3) different wagering areas: the Ante/ Play wager, Pot Shot Any Pair Wager, Flush Plus wager
The ante/play wager portion of 3 Card Pot Shot Poker is a poker based game against the dealer.
* The Ante Wager is made before any cards are dealt. The Player may place a wager (with in house limits).
*Once the wager is placed the dealer will distribute 3 cards to the player and 3 cards to the dealer all face down. The Player may examine their own cards.
*The Player can fold at this point and the Ante Wager would be lost and collected by the dealer along with the cards, if no other side wagers are placed.
*If the Players choose to play their hand, they must place a wager in the Play section of the layout equal to the Ante Wager.
*Once all Players have set their hands, the Dealer will expose their hand and arrange them in the highest ranking order for a poker hand.
* The dealer needs a queen high or better to qualify.
*   If the dealer does not qualify then the player will win even money on the Ante bet and the Play bet will push.
* If the dealer qualifies, then the players hand will be compared to the dealers’ hand, the higher hand wins.
* If the player has the higher poker hand, then the Ante and Play wagers will both get paid even money.
* If the dealer has the higher poker hand then the Ante and Play wagers will lose.
If the Player and Dealer hands tie then the Ante and Play wagers will push.
If the Player made the Ante bet and has a Straight or higher, the player will receive a Play Bonus, regardless of the value of the dealers’ hand.

 

SIDE BETS

  • 3 Card Pot Shot Poker offers different optional side bets.
  1. Flush Plus side bet is based on the players 3 card poker hand.
  2.  The Player is eligible to win this wager even if they were to fold their Ante wager.

If the player has wagered the Flush Plus side bet and folds their hand, the dealer will remove the original Three Card Poker wager and place the players cards under the Flush Plus wager. All Flush Plus wagers are resolved at the same time as the Three Card Poker wagers.

  1. To begin each round, players can make their standard 3 Card Pot Shot Poker wagers and the optional Flush Plus side bet.
  2. The dealer then follows house procedures for dealing the 3 Card Pot Shot Poker game.

 

  1. If the player’s hand qualifies for bonus payouts, the dealer pays the wager according to the posted pay table. If the player’s hand doesn’t qualify for payouts, the dealer removes the wager.

 

Pot Shot Any Pair Side Bet

  1. Pot Shot Any Pair side bet is based on the players 3 card poker hand.
  1.  The Player is eligible to win this wager even if they were to fold their Ante wager.

If the player has wagered the Pot Shot Any Pair side bet and folds their hand, the dealer will remove the original Three Card Poker wager and place the player’s cards under the Pot Shot Any Pair wager. All Pot Shot Any Pair wagers are resolved at the same time as the Three Card Poker wagers.

  1. To begin each round, players can make their standard 3 Card Pot Shot Poker wagers and the optional Pot Shot Any Pair side bet.
  2. The dealer then follows house procedures for dealing the 3 Card Pot Shot Poker game.

 

  1. If the player’s hand qualifies for bonus payouts, the dealer pays the wager according to the posted pay table. If the player’s hand doesn’t qualify for payouts, the dealer removes the wager.

 

  • The Flush Plus and Pot Shot Any Pair can be played simultaneously. The wagers do not have to be the same.  Based on individual house rules, the player may choose to play The Flush Plus or Pot Shot Any Pair or both without having to play the Ante/ Play.
  • Limits can be set by Casino.