Trey Poker

TREY POKER

Trey Poker Professional Series is a fast paced single-hand poker from Net Entertainment featuring two games in one—Ante/Play and Pair Up. The game enables casinos to boost revenues with a game based on traditional card games that have been played for centuries. For players it offers a fun, simple and intuitive poker game with the speed of video poker.

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Trey Poker

Three versions—high, regular, and low roller—cater for all types of casino players; from high stakes gamblers to new poker players testing the waters with small bets.

Game Theme & Graphics

Trey Poker joins the new breed of Professional Series table games from Net Entertainment. These games offer players a world class experience and take casinos to the forefront of online casino table gaming.

The Poker table has all the elements of a traditional poker table—dealers chip tray, card shoe and discard card holder, money paddle, table cloth (layout, payout information, and betting areas), and table bet limits. The three dimensional table perspective, state of the art card and chip animations and realistic sound effects and background music give Net Entertainment professional series games a leading edge.

Colour coded game buttons, located in front of the player, and table highlights guide play, as well as encourage play on the Pair Up game. The game buttons dynamically update in relation to the stage in the game.

The game panel displays the fast buttons, account information and chip selection areas. Buttons for the game settings menu, audio and game rules are located to the left of the game panel. The account information section displays the available cash, bet and win. The right side of the game panel holds the chips available for betting.

Main Game

Players compete against the dealer to get the best three-card poker hand. There are two types of payouts—Normal and Bonus payouts. Normal payouts depend on the dealer’s hand qualifying with a Queen high hand combination or higher and the value of the player and the dealer’s hand. Ante bonus payouts are paid if the player has a bonus hand (Straight or better) during the Ante game. For more information refer to the Payouts section.

To play the game and qualify for a payout a player must place a bet on the Ante betting circle and click Deal. A three-card hand is dealt face up to the player and a three card hand is dealt face down to the dealer. The player reviews their three card poker hand and then makes a play bet (equal to the ante bet) or folds (and surrenders the ante bet) depending on if they think they can beat the dealer or not.

If the player makes a play bet, the dealer’s hand is revealed and both hands are compared. The game displays the result of the Ante/Play showdown. If the player has a winning hand they are paid according to the Normal and Ante Bonus payout tables and the winning chip stack and amount won is placed on the table. If the player loses, the text ‘No win’ is displayed and the chips are removed from the table.

Pair Up

The Pair Up game is a bet on the quality of the poker hand; independent of the dealer’s hand. Players win on hand combinations of a pair or better and are paid out based on the Pair Up paytable (see Payouts).

To play the Pair Up game and qualify for a payout players must place a bet in the Pair Up betting circle and click Deal. After the cards have been dealt, the game displays the result of the Pair Up hand. If the player has a winning hand they are paid according to the Pair Up payout table and the winning chip stack and amount won is placed on the table. If the player loses, the text ‘No win’ is displayed and the chips are removed from the table.

Note: If the Pair Up game is played in combination with the Ante/Play game the player remains in the Pair Up game even if they fold in the Ante/Play game.

Paytable

The bet limit sign at the top left of the table displays the minimum and maximum amount per bet (Ante, Play, Pair Up). The bet limits shown on this sign varies depending on the version of Trey Poker Professional Series (normal, high roller, low roller).

Players can view the Ante/Play and Pair Up payout by moving the mouse over the MIN/MAX sign at the top left of the table. When the player moves the mouse away from the paytable, the paytable hides and play can resume.

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