If you’re in the market for a fast-paced Poker variation, then Play’n Go’s 3-Hand Casino Hold’em might have just what you need. The game comes with a pretty basic set of features. But even so, you can still push things further with an AA bonus and up to three hands which could bring you closer to the 100x maximum win.
3-Hand Casino Hold’em
Minimum / Maximum Bet:
Ante, AA Bonus, Call, Fold
Ante – You can set your initial ante bets on all the hands you’d like to activate for the current round. Although these wagers can only hit a maximum of ₹10,000, they can be boosted further through both the AA bonus and the call wager.
AA Bonus – You can add this at the beginning of every round to any ante bets you place on the three available hands. It can reach a maximum of ₹5,000 and in doing so significantly push your winnings. Our biggest wins all involved AA bonuses, with our largest win being a combination of both the ante, AA bonus and call wagers at ₹550,000.
Call – Hitting the call button draws cards for yourself, the dealer and the community. Once the cards have been drawn, you can go through each hand and choose to either call or fold. If you choose to call, you’ll need to match the ante bet with an equal call wager. So, if you would have wagered ₹1,000 for an ante bet, you’ll need to throw in another ₹1,000 to keep playing. It’s easy enough to follow and without any options to raise or go all in, calling or folding are the only two options you can pick.
Fold – If you don’t think a wager is worth pursuing after the initial set of cards is shown, you can always hit the fold button to opt out of the next wager. This largely depends on the initial hand you’re dealt and any strategies you might be following.
Play’n Go seems to have mastered the art of creating simple and easy-to-follow table games with high win potential. And because of this simplicity 3-Hand Casino Hold’em won’t cut it for most Poker fans out there. It’s still a fun take on the game, though, with fast rounds and added potential through the three possible hands you can use.
The maximum win potential of 100x could lead to some great wins when paired with the maximum bet of ₹10,000.
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