Three Card Poker Bonus is a casino table game played against the dealer. It starts off with three independent bets: Ante, Pair Plus and Six Card Bonus. The Ante bet is required. The Pair Plus and Six Card Bonus bets are optional.Pair Plus: The Pair Plus bet wins when the player has a pair or better in their hand. Even if the player loses to the dealer, the Pair Plus bet wins if the player has a pair or better. The Pair Plus bet is forfeited if the player folds. The pay table for Pair Plus is as follows:Straight Flush - 40 to 1Three of a Kind - 30 to 1Straight - 5 to 1Flush - 4 to 1Pair - 1 to 1Six Card Bonus: The Six Card Bonus bet is an additional optional bonus bet. It pays based on the highest five-card poker hand that is made out of the player's and dealer's six cards combined. The pay table for 6-Card Bonus is as follows:Royal Flush - 1000 to 1Straight Flush - 200 to 1Four of a Kind - 50 to 1Full House - 25 to 1Flush - 20 to 1Straight - 10 to 1Three of a Kind - 5 to 1Ante and Play: Before cards are dealt the player makes an Ante wager. After being dealt a hand of three cards the player may either:Fold and lose the ante bet.Play and make a further wager equal to the ante bet.If the player decides to make the Play bet the dealer's hand is revealed and a showdown occurs. If the dealer has a Queen high or better the hand is said to qualify. Ante Bonus: If the player hand consists of a straight or better a bonus is paid on the Ante bet not depending on the dealer's hand or whether the player wins or loses. The bonus pay outs can vary between casinos with a typical pay table below:Straight Flush - 5 to 1Three of a Kind - 4 to 1Straight - 1 to 1► The game is intended for a mature audience.► The game does not offer real money gambling or an opportunity to win real money or real prizes.► Wins made while gambling in social casino games can't be exchanged into real money or real rewards.► Past success at social casino gambling has no relationship to future success in real money gambling.