– Two Teen Patti Live available
– UPI & Rupay Accepted
– Indians accepted
– Teen Patti Live available
– Paytm UPI Accepted
– Indians accepted
– Pay using Paytm UPI
– Indian players accepted
– Four Teen Patti variants
– Excellent support
– Indian games available
– Paytm UPI Cash accepted
The betting in Teen Patti starts with the player to the left of the dealer, and then other players take a turn in clockwise order around the table, for as many circuits as needed. Each player, in turn, can either place an additional bet into the pot to stay in or place nothing and fold. If you choose to fold, you permanently drop out of the game and lose all the chips that you’ve already put into the pot.
The amount that you need to bet at your turn to stay in the game depends on the “current stake”, and whether you’re playing seen or blind. The players who have seen their cards must wager at least twice as much as the blind player to stay in the game. At the start of the initial betting round, the current stake is equal to the boot amount.
If you’re playing blind (have not seen your cards), you must bet at least and not more than twice the current stake. The current stake for the next player is the amount you bet.
If you’re a seen player (have already seen your Teen Patti sequence), you must bet at least twice the current stake and not more than four times the current stake. The current stake for the next player becomes half the amount you wager.
If you’re playing blind, you have the option to look at your cards at any point during the game. You then become a seen player and from that turn onwards, you must bet at least twice the current stake (or fold).
The betting process continues until one of the two things happen:
The Teen Patti rules for a show are as follows:
The objective of Teen Patti is quite simple; make the best 3 card hand as per the hand ranking and to maximize the pot before the final showdown for you to win. When playing Teen Patti, a standard deck of the 52-card pack (without the jokers) is used in the game.
In Teen Patti, the value of the minimum stake is defined first. Each player at the table places the minimum stake in the pot, which is the money kept in the centre of the table. The dealer deals the cards one at a time until everyone has three cards. The players then wager on who has the best Teen Patti sequence. Each player has the option to see their own Teen Patti sequence before wagering or leave the cards to face down on the table and play blind.
The ranking of hands in Teen Patti, from high to low, is as follows:
Three cards of the same rank. Three aces form the best trio and two are lowest.
Three consecutive cards of the same suit. A-2-3 is the highest pure sequence, followed by A-K-Q, K-Q-J, and so on.
Three consecutive cards, not all of the same suit. A-2-3 is the best normal run, then A-K-Q, K-Q-J, and so on.
Three cards of the same suit that are not in sequence.
Two cards of the same rank.
Three cards that do not belong to any of the above types.
The betting interface that players can interact with when playing Teen Patti online is shown in the form of a table. Usually, there are four betting sections: Ante, Play, Pair or Better, or 3+3 bonus. Some Teen Patti tables, especially online versions that make the use of a Random Number Generator (RNG), will usually have the only Ante and Play options.
The Ante bet is a mandatory bet that players need to place in order to participate in the game. It can be seen as the amount you need to pay to see your cards. If you’re new to the game of online Teen Patti, then you might prefer to go with live tables as they’ll always show your cards.
When playing Teen Patti online, you can choose to play Blind (not seeing your cards). This allows you to place a Play bet half the size of the Ante.
If you think that the cards dealt with you are good, then you can choose to play them against the dealer. This is done by placing a Play bet.
The Play bet will always be twice the size of the Ante bet. To help you decide whether or not to play the hand, a digital preview of your cards will be shown in the betting interface.
As the name suggests, this side bet will pay you if your hand has a pair or better.
What’s interesting about this and other side bets in Teen Patti is that they’ll remain in play even if you do not choose to place a Play bet.
Of course, you’ll usually play your hand if it has a good value, but it’s still something that you should keep in mind when playing.
If you’ve played poker before, then you’ll find that the 3+3 bonus is quite similar to the 6 card bonus in 3 card poker. This side bet will make use of both your and the dealer’s cards to create the best 5-card poker hand.
This side bet has the greatest potential in online Teen Patti, so it’s an essential side bet to be aware of.
There are two ways of placing bets in the game of Teen Patti. These ways are based on the player’s tactics and situation of the game: