I'm learning SQL and am learning JOINs now.

I've reached the amount where I'm able to do three table joins, similar to numerous good examples I have seen. I am still trying to puzzle out the small particulars of methods things work. All of the good examples I have seen of three table joins use INNER JOINS only. How about Right and left JOINs? Do you begin using these in three table joins? An amount it mean?

SELECT ~some columns~ FROM ~table name~
LEFT JOIN ~table 2~ ON ~criteria~
INNER JOIN ~table 3~ ON ~criteria~

or

SELECT ~some columns~ FROM ~table name~
INNER JOIN ~table 2~ ON ~criteria~
LEFT JOIN ~table 3~ ON ~criteria~

or

SELECT ~some columns~ FROM ~table name~
LEFT JOIN ~table 2~ ON ~criteria~
LEFT JOIN ~table 3~ ON ~criteria~

or

???

Just trying look around the space whenever possible