Teen Patti AK47 (JILI)

 

Game Type
 RETURN TO PLAYER
Publisher
Chess Game JILI

AK47 Variation

All Aces (A), King (K), 4 and 7 in this variation. The cards are jokers. Joker cards in place of any card can be used on. Any player who has the biggest leaves, he will win.

Deal

1. All players get three cards after put entry fees on the pot.

Call and Raise

  1. Player can take call and raise, or take blind with no read.
    (Max up to take 4 times blind in one game.)
  2. Player can call, raise or show during the calling process.
  3. After exceeding the maximum call amount (128 multipliers the entry fees), player can only take call but cannot raise, the bet amounts on the pot reach 1024 multipliers will be forced to open hands.

Show

  1. Player can show with opponent on the left only during the calling process. If there or more players in the same game that the opponent can choose whether to agree to show.
  2. Blind player apply for show must be only two players in the game, otherwise not.
  3. If someone player loses in the show then fold, the rest players should keep call or raise process.
  4. If the hands are equal in a show (or a sideshow), the player who asked for a show (or a sideshow) must fold.

Bonus

  1. The bet amounts on the pot reach 1024 multipliers will be forced to open hands.
  2. If only last one player does not fold that wins and not open required.
  3. Winner depends on hand-ranking categories after open.

Poker Hands

Trail or Set
Trail or set is a hand that contains three cards of one rank. (AAA is the biggest, 222 is the smallest)
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Pure Sequence
A pure sequence is a hand that contains three cards of sequential rank. All of the same suit. (AKQ is the biggest, 432 is the smallest)
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Sequence
Sequence is a hand that contains three cards of sequential rank, not all of the same suit. (AKQ is the biggest, 432 is the smallest)
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Color
A color is a hand that contains three cards all of the same suit, not all of sequential rank.
(AKJ is the biggest, 532 is the smallest)
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Pair
A pair is a hand that contains two cards all of one rank and one card of another rank. (AAK is the biggest, 223 is the smallest)
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High Card
High card, also known as no pair or simply nothing, is a hand that does not fall into any other category. (AKJ is the biggest, 532 is the smallest)
 
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