Mobile Vegas Three Card Rummy

Mobile Vegas Three Card Rummy

Mobile casinos offer player the chance to play many different types of casino games that they would not normally find in a live casino. This is especially true for the game of three card rummy. This unique casino card game is played in a similar way to three card poker or tequila poker. In this game, a player wins by having the lowest score. In the notes below, we are going to look at how mobile Vegas three card rummy works and how you can get started playing and winning online from your smartphone or tablet.

Placing the Ante Bet

Mobile Vegas three card rummy can be played on all tablets, smartphones and mobile devices by downloading the casino app or by playing online directly from your mobile web browser. The setup of the game is quite simple. On the screen you will find a single card table with a betting area for the ante bet and the raise bet. The player’s chips are located at the bottom of the screen and the dealer is located at the top of the screen. The game beings with the player placing the ante bet. This can be done by clicking on the chips at the bottom of the screen and swiping them onto the ante bet area.

Calculating the Point Score

In mobile Vegas three card rummy, once the player has placed the ante bet, they can tap on the deal button. The dealer will then deal the player three cards and himself three cards facing down. The aim of three card rummy is to beat the dealer by having the lowest point score. In this cards 2 through to 10 are worth their face value. The jack, queen and king are worth 10 points and the ace is worth 1 point. To create the lowest score, any pair is worth 0 points. Three of a kind is also worth 0 points. A two card suited run is worth 0 points and finally a three card suited run is worth 0 points.

To fold or to Raise

In a game of mobile Vegas three card rummy, players can choose to fold or to raise based on the three cards they have been dealt. Bearing in mind players cannot see what the dealer has. If a player has a particularly high score, they can fold and forfeit their ante bet. If a player was dealt a low scoring hand, they can choose to continue the game by raising the bet. This can be done by dragging the chips from the bottom of the screen onto the raise bet area.

Winning a Hand

Once a player has chosen to continue the game, the dealer then flips his three cards and reveals his hand. To qualify, the dealer must have a hand scoring 20 or less. In mobile Vegas three card rummy, if the dealer does not qualify the player is paid out 1:1 on the ante bet and the raise bet is a push. If the dealer does quality and the player still has a lower scoring hand, the ante bet is paid out 1:1 and the raise bet is paid out equally.