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3 Card High Low Poker (DOS)

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In 3 Card High Low Poker, the dealer chooses, on each round, whether the winning hand must be high or low, and each of eight players is dealt three cards. If the dealer chose high, the best hand wins (and the ace is counted high). If the dealer chose low, then the worst hand wins (and the ace is counted low). Each player, in turn, can choose to be either 'in' or 'out' for the round, after the cards are dealt.

The only bet is a 25 cent ante, and the losers pay the entire pot. So, if at least one player (other than the dealer) is 'in' for a round, then each of the losers pays 2 dollars to the winner, and the players who were 'out' pay nothing.. If no one but the dealer is 'in' for the round, every player pays the dealer 25 cents.

The goal of the game, as with any gambling game, is simply to win money. The game does not end until the player chooses to stop.

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3 Card High Low Poker DOS This time Herb is the dealer. 10 is a pretty high card, so it's probably safer to sit this one out.
3 Card High Low Poker DOS The player deals first. Should the winner have the high or low hand?
3 Card High Low Poker DOS Wow, I'm bad at poker! It's my deal, but maybe I'd better quit, before I lose my shirt.
3 Card High Low Poker DOS Instructions (1/2)

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3 Card High Low Poker was programmed in Turbo Pascal. The author offered a disk containing the source code for $5.00
Tracy Poff (1772) added 3 Card High Low Poker (DOS) on Apr 18, 2014