Bài cào is a popular game in Vietnam, played with a standard 52-card deck. Each round, each player will receive 3 cards. Players have a choice of revealing their cards immediately, or reveal it only at the end of the round.
A player’s hand value is decided based on the 2nd digit of the sum of 3 cards. Ex: Sum of 3 cards = 27 points -> Player’s point = 7
Banker Mini Game
If there are more than 1 player bidding, a mini game will be used to determine who will become the banker. Each competitor will be dealt 1 card, whoever gets the higher value will become the banker.
Bài Bủu (or “4 Cards Poker”) is a famous Vietnamese table game played with a standard 52-card deck. Because the rules are quite similar to the Chinese Poker game, it isalso known as 4 Cards Poker. There are 2 sides in this game: Banker and Players. Each side is given 4 cards and players will compare their card values to the banker to determine wins and losses.
PLAYING HANDS RULE
Participants must re-arrange their 4 cards into rows of 2 each called “High” and “Low” hands. The value of “High hand” MUST be higher than “Low hand”. Failing which, the player will get “Fouled/ Mis-set hand”, resulting in a lost by default.
Naturals > Bửu (Pair) > Big Công (2 Faces) > Small Công (A+9) > Score.
Naturals (STRONGEST) If players have one of these types, it results in an auto-win, regardless of banker’s hand.
When the final result of both Banker and Player’s hand is a TIE, the highest card rank will win: A > K > Q > J > 10 > 9 > 8 > 7 > 6 > 5 > 4 > 3 > 2
If the highest card rank of both Banker and Player’s hands are equal, the highest card rank will win: ♠＞♥＞♣＞♦
Baccarat is played by betting on the player’s or Banker’s hand. The player and banker will receive 2 cards each. A third card may or may not be dealt according to the result of the initial 2 cards. The final hand with the closest total to 9 wins!
2x Bonus! Get a chance to double your winnings on any bet! Bonus symbols will appear and land randomly on the table. If it’s your winning bet, you will get double the payout!
When Tie occurs, all Player/Banker bets will be refunded.
If either Player or Banker’s first 2 cards total up to a 8 or 9. It is known as a natural – Neither hand will draw.
Draws except when player draws an 8 as 3rd card
Draws when player’s 3rd card is 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7
Draws when player’s 3rd card is 4, 5, 6, or 7
Draws when player’s 3rd card is 6 or 7
1. Click / Tap token to select chips. 2. More bet actions will be available once you have placed down your bet! 3. Time left for betting before the round ends. 4. Tap on the centre of the area you want to bet on! 5. Here, you can view the bet results after each round.
Andar Bahar is a simple card game originating from Southern India. There are 2 sides to bet on, known as “Andar” and “Bahar”. The first drawn card is placed in the middle, with the remainder being dealt with each side one at a time. The first side to match the middle card wins.
The main game is interesting in itself, but it is the side bets which make this game the complete package. 9 more additional enticing side bets are added for more excitement.
If the middle card is Black, Andar will be dealt the card first. Payout will be Andar 1:09 | Bahar 1:1
If the middle card is Red, Bahar will be dealt the card first. Payout will be Andar 1:1 | Bahar 1:0.9
Predicting how many cards will be dealt before a match is made is not that straightforward. It could be the very 1st card or the 31st!
Malfunction voids all wins and plays.
It’s based on the Poker hand, this uses the Middle card and the first Andar and Bahar cards from a Poker hand. You’re betting on whether these three cards will form a poker hand of a Flush, Straight and Straight Flush.
1st Andar | 1st Bahar
Bet on the first card in position Andar or Bahar that matches with the Middle card. If the middle card is Black, Andar will be dealt the card first. So the payout will be 1st Andar 1:15 1st Bahar | 1st Bahar 1:15.5 If the middle card is Red, Bahar will be dealt the card first. So the payout will be 1st Andar 1:15.5 1st Bahar 1:15.
7 Up 7 Down is a simple two 6-sided dice game. 7 UP determines the total sum of the two dice above 7. 7 DOWN determines the total sum of the two dice below 7. 7 determines the total sum of the two dice to be exactly 7.
Each round, 1 random lucky option gets a lightning bonus! If it strikes your winning bet you will win up to 2x your bet amount!
5 Card Poker is one of the most common style of poker games where players compete against a Banker. All players will place an Ante wager and then be dealt 5 cards each. After the betting round closes and all hands are revealed, you win when your hand is higher than the Banker’s.
Card Value Ranking: A > K > Q > J > 10 > 9 > 8 > 7 > 6 > 5 > 4 > 3 > 2
Royal Flush > Straight Flush > Four of a Kind> Full House > Flush > Straight > Three of a kind > Two Pairs > Pair > High Card
A hand consist of 10/J/Q/K/A in the same suit.
A hand consist of 5 cards in consecutive order and same suit (excluding 10/J/Q/K/A).
A hand consist of 4 cards that are same value.
A hand consist of: – 1 any Three of a kind – 1 any Pair
A hand consist of 5 cards in consecutive order.
A hand consist of 5 cards in consecutive order.
A hand consist of 3 cards that are same value.
A hand consist of 2 pairs.
A hand consist of 1 pairs.
A hand that does not fall into any other catagory.
When comparing hands between Player and Banker, if those hands are tied we will compare the highest card’s rank: A > K > Q > J > 10 > 9 > 8 > 7 > 6 > 5 > 4 > 3 > 2 Card suits are not counted: ♠＝♥＝♦＝♣
BET OPTIONS AND PLAYER’S ACTION
Players are to place 1 unit of Ante bet to participate in the game.
Bet on an optional bet (Bonus) when you think that you will have a hand of Flush or better in the first 5 cards dealt to you without exchanging any card. The stake of this bet is half of Ante.
Instant reveal your cards.
Players decide to continue betting, The stake of this bet is double of Ante.
Forfeiting their initial wager and BONUS side bet (if there is).
If you feel that your hand is not strong enough, you may decide to exchange your card (up to 2 cards) from the remaining card deck, 1 exchanging card costs 1 Ante’s unit. Once you exchange the card, your bet on Bonus side bet option will be forfeited (if there is).
This recreation is similar to Stud Poker – with the exception that a player can exchange 1 or 2 playing cards, but only once.
Players are required to hold a minimum balance of 5 times the stake of their Ante bet. The game system will automatically take a portion of the player’s balance whenever the player places a bet to ensure player’s sufficient balance for the game.
32 Cards is played with a 32-card deck. Each card has numerical value from 6 to 13. All cards 6 to 10 are using their face value. All Jacks are valued as 11, Queens as 12 and Kings as 13.
32 Cards is a card game based on luck, inspired by Andar Bahar. It is played with a deck of 32 cards and 4 bet options, with the goal being to bet on an option with the highest score. Each bet option starts with one card by default, with an additional card added only after a bet has been placed on it. Players may place bets on the 3 bet options (not allowed to bet on all four bet options).
All of the Aces, Twos, Threes, Fours and Fives have been removed, leaving 32 cards in the deck.
There are four bet options on the table. Each option has a default card valued from 8 to 11.
The score for each option = default card + additional card. After your bet is placed, the dealer will deal ani additional card to each option. The value of each option is then calculated, with the highest scoring value being the winner.
Player 08 receives a 10 : Value is 8+10=18 Player 09 receives a 6 : Value is 9+6=15 Player 10 receives a J : Value is 10+11=21 Player 11 receives a Q : Value is 11+12=23
In this example, Player 11 has the highest value. This means you win the game round if you had betted on Player 11.
If two or more bet options have identical scores, the dealer will continue to deal cards until one wins.
In this example, Player 10 has the highest value. That means you win the game round if you had betted on Player 10.