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Mini Flush

How to Play Mini Flush

Mini Flush is a casino game played with a standard deck of cards. Both players and the dealer are dealt three cards, and the objective is to have a higher-ranked card combination than the dealer’s hand. It is an Indian variation of the conventional 3 Card Poker, following Flush rules for card combination rankings.


  • The main goal is to have a higher-ranked hand than the dealer’s hand.

How to Play

  1. Place Your Bet: Begin by placing an initial bet (Ante) using chips.
  2. Dealing Cards: The dealer deals three cards to each player and three cards for the house, all face down.
  3. Decision: Look at your cards. You can either continue playing by matching the initial bet or fold and leave the game.
  4. Showdown: If you continue, place an additional bet equal to your Ante on the table. The dealer then reveals their hand. If your hand ranks higher, you win.

Rules to Know

  • Gameplay Against Dealer: Mini Flush is always played against the dealer.
  • Highest and Lowest Combinations: The highest-ranking combination is three Aces, and the lowest is 5, 3, 2.
  • Betting Options: There are two main bets – Ante and Board bet. Optional bets include High and Low, and Bonus Bet, which are placed during the initial ante bet.
  • Dealer Qualification: The dealer must have at least a Queen as the high card to qualify.
  • Card Rankings:
    • Trail: Three cards of the same rank (e.g., three Aces). Payout: 100x the bet amount.
    • Double Run or Straight Flush: Three sequential cards of the same suit. Payout: 75x the initial bet amount.
    • Three of a Kind: Three cards of the same rank. Payout: 5x the bet amount.
    • Run or Straight: Three sequential cards of any suit. Payout: 4x the bet amount.
    • Flush: Three cards of the same suit in any sequence. Payout: 2x the bet amount.
    • Pair: Two cards of the same rank. Payout: Push (no payout).
    • High Card: Highest-ranking card wins if no better combination. Payout: Even money.

Special Bets

  • High and Low Bets: Placed during the board bet, predicting if your cards will be higher or lower than the dealer’s.
    • Low Bet Payouts:
      • Ten Top: Push
      • Nine Top: Even money
      • Eight Top: 2x bet amount
      • Seven Top: 4x bet amount
      • Six Top: 15x bet amount
      • Five Top: 50x bet amount

Additional Rules

  • If both the dealer and player have identical hands, it’s a Push.
  • If the dealer does not qualify, the board bet is paid even money, and the additional bet is a Push.

Enjoy the game of Mini Flush, and may the best hand win!