Triple Pocket Hold’em Poker

Triple Pocket Holdem Poker
Triple Pocket Hold’em Poker

Triple Pocket Hold’em Poker

Microgaming brings you its exciting yet sophisticated version of the all-time favorite Texas Hold ‘Em style of poker. Microgaming’s Triple Pocket Hold ‘Em Poker game features sharp detailed graphics and realistic simulation sounds that projects it as a real-time poker game. Experience playing poker as you are seemingly teleported to the prestigious tables of Monte Carlo and Las Vegas as you play on your smartphone or tablet.

Triple Pocket Hold’em Poker lets players enjoy a great game of poker on a light green table with a marbled wooden edge and a leather trim. Microgaming’s developers have created this game with intricate detail that lets players experience a life-like poker game. The details of this game stretch from the texture of the poker table to the detailed poker chips.

Play your game of Triple Pocket Hold’em Poker on a light green table with a marbled wooden edge and a leather trim. The developers have gone to great lengths to create intricate detail in this game ensuring you’re never disappointed. Even the chips have been perfectly rendered and detailed to give a realistic look.

The Gameplay

Triple-Pocket-Poker
Triple-Pocket-Poker

The concept of Triple Pocket Hold’em Poker is very basic. Players play against the Dealer using a standard 52-card deck. Players may choose to discard the first or the first 2 hands of pocket cards dealt with you that will then go to the Dealer. The goal here is to hold a hand higher than both the Dealers.

Hand Comparison

Hand Comparison
Hand Comparison

Triple Pocket Hold’em Poker ranks hands according to a hierarchy similar to poker games which is explained below (strongest to weakest);

* Royal Flush – The Ace, King, Queen, Jack and Ten cards all of the same cadre.

* Straight Flush – five numerically adjacent cards of the same suit (Example – 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 of Diamonds). Where both the player and dealer hold a Straight Flush the hand with the highest card is considered the winner.

* 4 of a Kind – four cards of matching rank (Example – 7 of Hearts, Clubs, Diamonds and Spades). Where both the player and the dealer hold 4 of a Kind the hand with the higher rank is considered the winner.

* Full House – three cards of the same rank and two cards of a different but matching rank (Example – 8 of Hearts, Clubs and Diamonds and Jack of Spades and Hearts). Where both the player and dealer hold a Full House, the hand with the higher rank 3 of a Kind is considered the winner.

* Flush – five cards of the same suit (Example – Ace, 8, 5, 2 and Queen of Spades). Where both the player and dealer hold a Flush the hand with the highest card is considered the winner. Where the highest card is matched the second highest is consider and so on.

* Straight – five numerically adjacent cards ignoring suit (Example – 7 of Spades, 8 of Spades, 9 of Clubs, 10 of Diamonds and Jack of Diamonds). Where both the player and dealer hold a Straight the hand with the highest card is considered the winner.

* 3 of a Kind – three cards of the same rank with 2 unmatched cards (Example – 9 of Spades, Clubs and Hearts with any two other cards that are not the 9 of Diamonds or a matching pair). Where both the player and dealer hold a 3 of a Kind, the hand with the higher ranked 3 of a Kind is considered the winner.

* Two Pairs – two sets of two cards of matching rank with one unmatched card (Example – 4 of Clubs and Hearts, 8 Clubs and Spades and a fifth unmatched card). Where the player and dealer both have two pairs, the hand with the highest pair is considered the winner. If both hands have matching top pair, the higher of the two lower pairs is considered the winner. Where both pairs are matched, the hand with the higher ‘Kicker’ (final unmatched card) is considered the winner.

* Pair – two cards of matching rank with three unmatched card (Example – 6 of Clubs and Hearts and any three other cards that are not the six of Spades or Diamonds and are not of matching rank). Where the player and the dealer hold a matching pair, the hand with the highest Kicker card wins. If the Kicker also matches, the hand is decided by the second Kicker then the third if the second Kickers also match.

* High Card – any five unmatched cards ranked as the highest card (Example – 5 of Spades, 9 of Clubs, 7 of Clubs, 2 of Hearts and Ace of Diamonds would be considered ‘Ace High’).

In the instance where both the dealer and player have hands of matching value by the above table the hand is considered a push and the player’s bets are returned.

Graphics and features

Graphics and features
Graphics and features

Microgaming’s Triple Pocket Hold’em Poker offers great graphics and superb sound effects, but this game is very interactive as well. Triple Pocket Hold ‘Em Poker enables players to simply pick up the desired chip and place it on the table, unlike other online table games that oblige you to toggle up and down on a simple coin meter to choose the size of chips. The gameplay simply is delightful and realistic for poker aficionados.

The amazing thing about this game is that it will let you know what each hand constitutes and who wins. It’s important to read the game rules as well. The straight flush will have the ace, king, queen, jack, and 10 of the same suit. The payout for this hand is 50:1. The payouts of a slot game start from this top station to 1:1 for a simple one-pair hand.

Synopsis

Triple Pocket Holdem Poker is a gem of a game. Microgaming didn’t only make another poker game but came out with a game that all online table games should emulate. Sharp detailed graphics and realistic sound effects truly complement the interactive style of gameplay. We recommend this game not only to poker fans but poker newbies as well.

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