Flushing Out a Winner Flush!

Flush is as popular in the Indian subcontinent as Poker is in America. You play against the other players on the table, not against the dealer. Skillful playing and sound judgement of the opponenet's hand is crucial to winning.

Three cards are dealt to each player face down and betting begins. You may either look at your hand or continue to play blind, i.e. without knowing your hand. A player who moves after looking at his cards has to put double the amount of the blind bet.

Ranking

Starting from the highest value, the ranking descends in the following manner.

Trail or Three of a Kind: Three aces, three kings, and so on.
Run or Sequence of the Same Suit: AKQ, KQJ, QJ10 and so, on, of the same suit.
Mixed Sequence: Three cards in sequence, of mixed suits, lowest is 2-3-4.
Flush: Three cards of the same suit of color, may be in any order. Winner is determined by highest card in flush.
  Pair: Lowest is a pair of 2's and highest is a pair of aces.
  None of the Above: Highest is an ace.

If players have the same hand, the player who asked for a "Show" loses.

Marriage and Paplu!

Once you have mastered Flush as outlined above, the rules and skill of Marriage and Paplu are a breeze. Ask at the table for an outline of the slight differences.

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