This is one of the more straightforward variations of the game of poker. Each player is given three cards and plays against the house's three cards. The highest poker hand wins. In addition, optional side bets can be made available, involving combinations of cards. It's that simple!
Upon placing an initial bet (ante), the player is dealt three cards, after which he has two options. To fold, forfeiting the ante bet, or to play on, by placing a new bet (play) that has to match the ante. Both bets get paid if the player beats the dealer's hand.
Being a very simple game, there's only so much a player can do to enhance his chances. According to probabilities and statistics, the player should play on when holding a hand containing a queen, a six, and a four (or higher), regardless of suits, and fold any hand lower than that.