Teenpatti is a popular Indian gambling card game. It's similar to Poker.
Three to six members play the game with a pack of 52 cards without a joke.
Here, the baggage amount is the minimum stack amount that players determine
and place in a pot. This pot will be in the middle of the table.
The dealer and player are dealt three cards and the next step is to call or raise; A call means that the player continues in the game. Making a raise means that the player adds cash to the pot so that the winning or losing amount is greater than the initial bet. The pot money therefore increases and the person with the card with the highest position at the end of the game can win the bet amount.
Rankings Cards Highest to Lowest:
1.Trail of Set (three of the same rank): Higher
hand is Three Aces cards and lower is three 2s cards.
2.Pure order: Three consecutive cards of the same deck. For example A, 2, 3 are the least pure sequence, and king, queen and ace are the highest pure sequence.
3.Sequence (or running): Three consecutive cards, but not of the same deck. Example: A-2-3 is the best sequence hand, then A-K-Q, K-Q-J, and so on to 4-3-2. 2-A-K is invalid.
4.Color: Three playing cards may not be in order, but from the same series and compare the two suit cards, compare the highest with the second card and are equal. The highest color is A-K-J and the lowest color is 5-3-2.
5.Pair (two cards of the same rank): Two cards of the same rank and A-A-K are the highest pair and 2-2-3 are the lowest pair.
6.High card: these cards may not be from the same suit and not in order. Any two cards that do not have the same rank. The best hand is A-K-J and the least is 5-3-2.