Teen Patti Variations(2)-In-Out

Besides the basic and classic ones, we are going to share Teen Patti variations. Depending on places and players, there are a lot of variants of teen patti. The teen patti rules might be slightly different from the original one, but they are all based on the same concept.

To start this Teen Patti variations, each player has to place a pre-agreed Ante bet. The bet is placed in the main pot.

Three cards are then dealt to every player and three joker cards are kept face up on the table.

All players take turns to select whether they are “in” or “out”. “In” means that the player wants to keep playing. “Out” means that the player wants to fold. If a player wants to be “In” he has to put an extra bet. If he plays blind he can bet 1-2x the Ante bet. If he plays Chaal he can bet 2-4x the Ante bet.

When a player is out, his cards become new jokers and replace the previous ones. The new joker cards are kept face up in the middle of the table.

If more than one player is “in”, then their cards are against each other and the player with the best hands wins. He then wins all the money in the pot. The losers have to pay that same amount in the pot. For example, if the winner collects Rs. 1000 for the pot, all losers have to pay Rs. 1000 each to the pot. A new round then continues.

The game continues until there is no wager on the table. This can only happen when there is only one player who is “In”. When there is only one player who is “In” he will compete against the bank, which is done in the following way:

The dealer shuffles the remaining deck and randomly picks three cards. The dealer’s cards are compared with the “In” player’s cards. If the “In” player has a better hand he collects all the money from the table. If he loses the money stays on the table and another round continues.

In this Teen Patti Variation, all players will have the chance to be a dealer and the dealer rotates as usual.