Introduction

Triple Action Hold’em is a variation of Texas Hold ‘em game, where you play against a casino dealer. The game is in the casinos with Microgaming and Cryptologic software. The bonus weighting system in many Cryptologic casinos, it is a useful option for bonus game.

Rules and Play

Triple Action Hold’em is played with a deck of 28 cards containing only rankings from 8 to Ace. The triple name refers to actions Hold’em the game with three different betting options – ante, flop and bonus. The betting options and rules are similar to 3-card poker. The Ante bet is similar to 3-card poker ante-and-play bet and the flop bet is similar to 3-Card Poker Pair Plus bet. However, the qualifications of the hand and pay tables are different from 3-card poker, since the games use a different deck and the Ante used a different number of cards. The flop bet used 3 cards, such as 3-Card Poker. Also like 3-card poker, the ante has the lowest house edge per bet and the flop bet (Pair Plus in 3CP) has the lowest house advantage per hand.

Ante

At the beginning of the hand, the player and the dealer each receive a two-card hand bag. There are three community cards that are combined with hands pocket to make 5-card poker hands. One of the dealers cards will be revealed and all community cards face down. Knowledge of his bag hand and the dealer upcard, the player must decide either to increase and double his bet or fold and lose his initial ante bet. After the player decides to increase the times, the hands are covered. Hand rankings are different from standard poker by poker hands. Different distributions in the modified 28-card deck From high to low, are the rankings Royal Flush, Straight Flush, Flush, 4 of a kind, full house, straight, three of a kind, two pair, one pair, high card.

If the dealer a pair of 9s or better qualified dealers. If the player wins the hand and the dealer qualifies, then increase both the ante and bets pay 01.01. If the dealer does not qualify (regardless of whether the player wins or loses the hand) back, then the ante bet pays 1:1 and the raise bet. If the player loses the hand and the dealer qualifies, both bets lose. If the player has a full house or higher, then the player receives additional income as listed in the table below. This bonus is not dependent on skill dealer.
Hand
Final Hand Odds

Paying out
Royal Flush
1 in 24000

50:1
Straight Flush
1 in 12000

20:01
Flush
1 in 1400

06:01
Four of a Kind
1 in 600

04:01
Full House
1 of 100

02:01
Less than above
76 of 77

Flop Bet

As the name suggests, is the flop bet the flop (the three community cards). It’s not on the player or dealer hands on, or that has won the hand. There is no strategy to make decisions. Simply the bet and see if you have won or not.
Hand
Final Hand Odds

Paying out
Straight Flush
1 in 163

10:01
3 of a Kind
1 in 117

10:01
Flush
1 in 27

04:01
Straight
1 in 11

02:01
Pair: Jacks or Better
1 in 6

01:01
Less than above
2 of 3

Strategy

Optimal strategy for the Triple Action Hold’em Ante bet is very simple – always increase. The worst hand is an offsuit 9 and 8 with a 10 or Jack dealer upcard. This site has an EV of -0.88 significantly higher than the EV of folding (-1). The flop and betting bonus of no strategic decisions.

House Edge

The house advantage (per initial bet defines) the Ante in Triple Action Hold’em is 3.63%. The player always arises, so the bet is always 2x the initial ante so that the house edge per unit wagered 1.82%. The latter value of 1.82% is expected for the estimation of loss, while a suitable application requirements.

The house edge on the flop bet is 2.93%, and the house edge of the bonus bet is 5.39%. These bets have no salary increase options so that the house edge and and house edge per bet are the same.

Difference

The default per the original use of the Ante bet is 1.87. The standard deviation per unit wagered the ante and play bets 1:32. The latter value of 1.32 for the estimation of the rear portion, while a suitable application requirements.

The standard deviation of the flop bet is 4:17. This bet has no salary increase options, so the standard deviation per hand and standard deviation of edge per bet are the same.