Vegas Three Card RummySlots Oasis Casino is known for its great graphics and smooth play as expected from a Real Time Gaming powered casino. Their gable games are especially good and their payouts are fast and huge. One of the many table game offerings is the Vegas Three Card Rummy which you can play.
You can download and play Vegas Three Card Rummy game online or you can opt to play this on the casino’s Flash version. Either ways, the game loads up easily. It is stable and is easy to play.

The Game Description

Vegas Three Card Rummy is another RTG’s variation of poker. This game is quite similar to the Three Card Poker. The differences lie on the hands ranking, the absence of ante bonus, and the raise payout which is as high as 4 to 1 for the highest hands.

Vegas Three Card Rummy uses 52 cards of single deck. The ranking of these cards are similar to traditional poker. However, the ace is the lowest. You win the game if your hand’s point is lower than the dealer’s hand. The game starts with the player making an initial bet and the optional bet. After placing his wager, cards will be dealt to the player and the dealer with the latter’s cards facing down. The player will then have the chance to raise his bet or fold. If he opts to raise his bet, he is required to place an additional wager equal to his ante bet. The hands are then compared and the winner is determined. The dealer’s hand determines if the ante bet will pay more and the player’s bet is returned.

The card values are pretty similar to the traditional poker. Cards from 2 to 10 are valued at their face value. The cards, Jack, Queen and King are valued at 10 points each. The Ace card has the lowest value, which is 1. Pair and triple do not have points.

The Bonus Bet

The payout for the optional bet is determined independently from his initial bet or raised bet. The player wins the bonus bet if his hand has at most 12 points or less. This qualifies him for the bonus prize. The hand is not compared with that of the dealer’s hand. It is independent and is based primarily on the hand points. If the player folds, he loses his chance to win the bonus prize.