Most activities known to man are learned. That is, we do not know exactly how to do something at the first try. What happens is that we go through a learning process that varies depending on the person and the activity. This is where the concept of the learning curve comes in. The learning curve effect states that “the more times a task has been performed, the less time will be required on each subsequent iteration. It was discovered by the nineteenth-century German psychologist Hermann Ebbinghaus.”

You may be thinking, this is all well and good – it sounds really scientific and all – but how does it relate to Teen Patti? After all, I just want to have fun. Well there is the issue of actually learning to play the game. Just as with other card games, I am sure that if you know how to play Teen Patti, that was not always the case. If you do not know how to play it yet, well you still have to go through the process of learning the game.

So again, back to the question – where does the learning curve effect come into the scene? Teen Patti is a relatively easy card game to learn. When you ask the question “How easy or hard is it to learn Teen Patti?” it is essentially asking about the learning curve of Teen Patti,

How fast you learn to play the game would depend on several factors. As you may already have an idea, Teen Patti is quite similar to poker except that it makes use of only 3 cards in a hand, as opposed to the 5 in poker. That decrease in number of cards per hand would increase the learning curve. That is due to the less number of possible combinations. In relation to this, if you know how to play poker or any other similar card game, your learning curve would even be steeper – that is, you would learn faster. On the other hand, if you are totally new to cards (that is, you have no idea what the shapes and colors and numbers mean) then you would definitely have a less steep learning curve. In other words, it would take you quite some time to get the game. The game itself is easy enough to learn and play. All the rest is up to you.