Three-card poker game called Teen Patti can have anywhere from three to six players.
In order to place bets and have the best 3-card hand going into the showdown, you must have the best 3-card hand. Three cards are dealt face-down to each participant in the game. An agreed-upon boot sum is obtained from each player prior to the deal.
The pot increases as the game goes on and is won by the player who won that hand. The player with the highest or best hand and who plays the entire hand wins.
RANKING OF HANDS
From best to worst, the hands are:
Trail (Three of a Kind/Set/Trio): Three cards of the same rank. The highest hand is an ace, and the lowest is a two.
Three cards in a row of the same suit, known as a pure sequence (straight flush/run). like the diamonds A-K-Q.
Three cards in a row that are not all from the same suit are considered a sequence (straight/normal run).
If two colors are being compared, compare the highest value card (and if they are equal, the next, and so on). A-K-J is the highest color, and 5-3-2 is the lowest two cards of the same rank (also known as two of a kind). Begin by contrasting the pair when contrasting these hands.
High Card: Compare the highest card first (then the second, and so forth) if none of the three cards fall into the aforementioned categories. A-K-J (with mixed suits) is the best hand, and 5-3-2 is the worst.
COURSE OF PLAY/BETTING.
As necessary, bets are placed all around the table. The option to fold is available to players. In the event that a player chooses to fold, they forfeit the money they have bet into the pot as well as all future betting opportunities. Before placing a wager, players have two options: they can bet blind.