Trio Teen Patti tournament in Goa from 31st August-2nd September at Deltin Royale Casino
Deltin Royale Casino is having Trio Teen Patti Tournament in Goa from 31st August to 2nd September 2018. Deltin Royal casino is real land based casino in Goa from the Deltin Group and is spread over 40,000 sq ft of gaming floor on three levels with 850 gaming positions
Lately this was announced by Delta Corp Ltd., India’s only listed gaming company. The three day, first of its kind Teen Patti tournament entails a total prize money of Rs. 1 crores and will see participation from various card game players from across the country. The registration fee for the tournament is Rs. 1 lakh, which includes the buy-in for the tournament, hotel stay, airfare and local transport.
The company has also announced that as an added attraction, three popular Bollywood actresses will be attending the event on each of the three days, and will be interacting with the players as well as participating in the event. Critically acclaimed heroine Huma Quershi, of Gangs of Wasseypur fame would be visiting the casino on 31st August. Television and movie actress Karishma Tanna, who has featured in movies such as Sanju and Jhalak Dikhla Jaa, would be attending the event on day two, i.e. 1st September. Actresses and model Esha Gupta is expected to participate in the event on 2nd September.
According to press news the Presidnet of Delta Corp Ltd Anil Malani said, “It is our endeavour to provide the best quality entertainment and food and beverage to our guests. In an attempt to ensure that players get a platform to play India’s most popular card game, Teen Patti, in an engaging and entertaining format, we have decided to host the second competitive edition of Indian flush, which will also see a ‘Trio’ of actresses visiting the casino and encouraging the players.”
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How to play Teen Patti?
Teen Patti is also known as Indian Flush and begins with the players placing a minimum stake in the pot. Every player is dealt with three cards, after which they bet on who has the best three card hand. The game ends when all except one player have folded, or all except two players have folded and one of them pays for a show.
The game starts with one of the players dealing the cards. The cards are usually dealt counter-clockwise. Before starting the game, usually an agreed number of cards are picked or dealt to decide the dealer for the opening hand. Each player may be required to put up an ante into the pot before picking the cards. The winning player gets the pot. The relative rankings of the cards may also decide the seating arrangement for each player. This entire process is called cut-for-seat. After the opening hand, the winner of any hand will be the dealer for the next hand.
There is usually an ante or boot amount put on the table (the pot). The betting then starts by the player next to the dealer. This ante may be in the form of an equal amount put by each player, or a single larger amount put by one player (usually on a rotation basis).
An ante is a forced bet in which each player places an equal amount of money or chips into the pot before the deal begins. Often this is either a single unit (a one-value or the smallest value in play) or some other small amount; a percentage such as half or one-quarter of the minimum bet is also common. An ante paid by each player ensures that a player who folds every round will lose money (though slowly), thus providing each player with an incentive, however small, to play the hand rather than toss it in when the opening bet reaches them.
Antes discourage extremely tight play. Without the ante, a player who has not paid a blind can toss in his hand at no cost to him; the ante ensures that doing so too often is a losing proposition. With antes, more players stay in the hand, which increases pot size and makes for more interesting play.
In games where the acting dealer changes each turn, it is not uncommon for the players to agree that the dealer (or some other position relative to the dealer or the button) provides the ante for each player. This simplifies betting, but causes minor inequities if other players come and go. During such times, the player can be given a special button indicating the need to pay an ante to the pot (known as “posting”) upon their return.
Loose and tight in teen patti refer to a player’s general tendency to play hands beyond the first round or to fold them quickly. There is no commonly accepted threshold in terms of a ratio or percentage of hands played, but a “tight” player will often choose to fold weaker hands, while a “loose” player will bet on more of these hands and thus play more hands to the show.