HOW TO PLAY BET ON TEEN PATTI BY BETER LIVE
If you ever played three-card poker at a casino table before, you’ll know exactly how the rules of Teen Patti work. We’ll walk you through them anyway, though, and explain how Bet on Teen Patti works in terms of gameplay.
Essentially, you’re observing a poker showdown between two players – Player A and Player B. The two main bets are all about predicting which of these two will win once the round ends. To play Bet on Teen Patti, simply place the chips from the bottom of the screen onto your desired betting position. This includes Player A, Player B, and three side bets which we’ll explain further down. Note that you don’t have to manually confirm your bets to make them. If any chips are placed in one or more positions once the betting time stops, your wager(s) are accepted
Once the betting period ends, the card game begins. The dealer will deal three cards to each of the two hands. They’ll start by dealing one card to Player A, then one to Player B, and so on until all six cards are on the table.
The Player A hand and the Player B hand are then compared. As always in poker, the results depend on the relative strength of both poker hands. Hands are ranked in the usual way – from weakest to strongest they can be a High Card, Pair, Flush, Straight, Three of a Kind, Straight Flush, or Royal Flush.
The stronger hand wins, and all players with active bets on the winning Player win a 0.95:1 payout. If the two hands are completely equal in strength, all main bets in the round push. This means your full stake is returned to you and the next round begins.
In addition to the main bets described above, Bet on Teen Patti by BETER Live features three side bets – Player A Pair Plus, Player B Pair Plus, and Bonus 3+3.
- Player Pair Plus bets win if the hand you chose wins with a Pair or stronger. However, increased payouts are awarded for stronger winning hands, going up to 100:1 for Royal Flush. Naturally, the Player A Pair Plus bet only wins if the fills all of these conditions, while Player B Pair Plus only considers the Player B hand. The whole gist of this side wager is to increase your profits based on the rarity of your poker hand.
- Bonus 3+3 bet uses all six cards on the table to make standard 5-card poker hands. If you’re lucky enough to make a hand with Three of a Kind or stronger, you win a payout based on the strength of the hand.