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Teen Patti: How to Play the Indian Poker Version?

Teen Patti: How to Play the Indian Poker Version?

You shouldn’t be surprised to learn that there is a different kind of poker india that makes rounds – famous for 3 Patti or Teen Patti. This Indian version of Poker is not so different from the international version you may be familiar with. And once you start exploring the various details posted below, you’ll soon see how similar it is to the Hold’Em version with fewer tweaks. Check yourself.

Game Play:

3 Patti is an Indian version of online poker, with several variations. The result is an exciting game, which you have to play. Granted, it may take some time to get used to the rules, but once you do, you will probably get more than you expected. All players are required to contribute to the ‘boot’, and the bet is placed equally, in this case. And when the bet is over, the dealer quickly sells three cards to each player, face down. And the player next to the dealer, by way of the clock starts the game, by making his move. And the game begins.

Blind Play:

When it comes to 3 Patti, the interesting thing is that players have the option to see their cards “down” before betting or not. Those who choose not to see their face cards on the floor are considered blind players. Remember the first person (next to the dealer) who starts the betting process, that money is called a ‘boot’ and the blind player has the option to match the stake or double bet the first amount. Additionally, a bet placed on a blind player becomes the first number of the next player in a row. So the process starts, with each player adding to the stake depending on whether you are a blind player or not. Therefore, the boot value is constantly changing and not adjusted.

Card Recognition:

If, as a player, you choose to see your ‘face down’ cards, you will actually be declared a ‘visible’ player. Here, the rules change slightly, in which case you will need to double or four times the value of the current stake. Additionally, if the former player is playing ‘blind’, then the stake to be placed in the kit by the next player may be the same value. If on the other hand, you are a “visible” player, the next player only needs a small fraction of the total value. This is also called “chaal”, something that is available to ‘seen’ players. Sounds complicated already, doesn’t it? But it is not so difficult to find the basics of playing poker – the Indian format.

Slideshow:

Slideshow is your application to test and compare hands held by a former player. For example, as a ‘visual’ player, you cannot request a slideshow from a ‘blind’ player but can only request one of the ‘seen’ players in the game. So for your application to work, the former player must be a ‘visible’ player. And besides the two of you, there must be other players still in the game. Now, you can double the stack value in the pot and make your own request. And once your request has been forwarded to the former player, they can either accept or reject it. If he accepts you, and you find that his cards are better than yours, especially if you work for Poker Hand Rankings, you can always wrap. On the other hand, if your cards are better than hers you should fold them. That’s it, that’s a slideshow, in a nutshell.

Limited and Unlimited Statistics:

Think of it as a cap, to prevent side effects. In fact, what the stack level really is, when the stack value is limited. The pot starts at 2inr, and the times you can go ‘blind’ are right, the ‘chaal’ is limited to 256 and the pot closes at 2408. And at the next level, it is planned to double the entry value of 4 inr and chaal and the limit of the table doubled. As for unlimited poles, there are no limits and that is the beauty of the game.

This information should provide a minimum of 3 Patti and over time, allows you to Play with friends  like a real professional. All the best!

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