Teenpatti (also spelled Teenpathi and sometimes referred to as Flash) is a game of playing cards that originated in India and became popular in Southeast Asia. Teenpatti is the turn of India in 3-card poker and is identical to the 3-card brag, which is popular in the United Kingdom.
The Aces are classified as the highest and the 2 are the lowest. The objective of the game is to have the best 3-card hand and maximize the pot before the match. The categories are classified as follows (from highest to lowest):
3 cards of the same rank. Three aces are the highest and three 2 are the lowest
In this Three consecutive cards of the same suit.
In this sequence Three consecutive cards, not all of the same suit.
Three cards of the same suit that are not in the sequence. When comparing two colors, first compare to the highest card. If these are equal, compare to the second and if these are equal compared to the lowest. The highest discharge is A-K-J and the lowest discharge is 5-3-2.
In this two cards of the same rank. Between two pairs, the one with the highest value is the winner. After that, if the pairs have the same value, the kicker's card determines the winner. The highest pair is A-A-K and the lowest is 2-2-3.
a hand in which the three cards are not in sequence, not all are of the same suit and there are no two cards with the same value. If two players share a common high card, the next highest card is used to find the winner. The best high card is AKJ of different suits and the worst is 5-3-2.
The game and the betting process: the dealer is chosen at random and the cards are dealt clockwise with players who take turns around the table. Each player can place an additional bet on the table to stay or bet nothing and fold. Everyone receives three cards and the start is automatically deducted from each player and added to the pot at the beginning of the game. Pot is the collection of money in the center of the table. Players have the option of looking at their hand before betting (playing seen) or leaving their cards face down on the table (blind playing). Blind players can click "see" to see their cards at any time during the game. Once a blind player sees his cards, he becomes a seen player. The amount you have to put in your turn to stay in the game depends on the current bet, and if you're playing blind or seen. At the beginning of the game, the current bet is the minimum bet. During the game, the current bet is the bet made by the player who bet before you. If you are a blind player (you can not look at your cards)
If the player who bets before you are seen, he must bet at least half of the current bet OR bet the current bet.
If the player who bets before you is blind, he must bet at least the current bet OR bet twice the current bet.
Example (when you play blind): (a) if the player in front of you is seen and bet 10, you can bet 5 or 10 (b) if the player in front is blind and you bet 10, you can bet 10 or 2
If you are a player seen
If the player who bets before you are seen, he must bet at least the current bet OR bet twice the current bet.
If the player before blind betting, he must bet at least twice the current bet OR bet the current bet four times.
Example (when you play seen: (a) if the player in front of you is seen and bet 10, you can bet 10 or 20 (b) if the previous player is blind and you bet 10, you can bet 20 or 40
Let's continue in this manner until one of the following situations occurs:
All players except one fold their cards. In this case, the last surviving player wins all the money in the pot, regardless of the cards he has and his cards are not exposed to anyone.
All, except two players, retire and one of the two final players, in turn, pays for a show. In this case, the cards of both players are exposed and compared and the player with the best hand wins. If both players have the same hand, the player who did not request the show wins.
A show cannot happen until all but two players have retired.
The current bet is the bet made by the player who bet before you.
If you are a blind player
If the other player is blind, you can request a show for the current bet.
If the other player is seen, you can request a show for half of the current bet.
In any case, you can not see your own cards until after you have paid for the show.
If you are a player seen
If the other player is blind, you can request a show for double the current bet.
If the other player is seen, you can request a show for the current bet.
In a show, the cards of both players are exposed, and the player whose hand has a higher ranking wins the pot. If the hands are equal, in the final player who did not pay for the show wins the pot.
You can only ask for a commitment if you and the player who bet before both of them play. The player can accept or reject your fair request. If you do not have enough money to match the current bet, you can not request a secondary show.
If the fair request is accepted, the two players involved compare their cards in private, and the player with the lowest hand is forced to withdraw. If the hands are equal, the player who requested the secondary spectacle is forced to withdraw.
If the secondary spectacle is rejected, the player requesting the secondary spectacle must bet to remain in the game or retire.
You are running out of money: if you run out of money, you can continue playing or withdrawing. To continue playing, you can bring more money to the table from your main account or you can go all-in. If you go all-in, side pots are created to find the winner (s). A side pot is a separate pot to which not all players contributed and are not eligible to win. Side pots occur when a player goes all-in and other players continue to bet more than the all-in player. Separate clashes occur for each side boat and for the main boat, and players who are not eligible to win a particular pot do not participate in the match.
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