Andar Bahar is a very simple card game played in India, it is also known as Katti. The odds of winning at Andar Bahar are 50/50. The dealer cuts a card from a standard pack of cards and it is left out on display. The dealer then begins to deal the rest of the pack in two columns. One column starting on his left and the other column starting on his right. The aim of the game is to guess which column the same numbered card will reappear in. There is a slight advantage to bet in the column which the dealer starts first. However, it also advisable to only play with friends as con-men are likely to dupe you if you play them in the street, whilst casinos take a heavy house edge, often giving you odds as short as 4/5 (bet 5 Rupees to win 4 Rupees) on both outcomes.
Rules to play
- You will have 40 seconds to place your bets
- Bets can be placed in Andar or Bahar
- Only unique cards/ Values are accepted for bet
- Confirm the bet or Enable the auto confirm bet.
- If the first card is drawn is a (card of Red color) then the dealing will start from OUT(Bahar) spot
- If the first card is drawn is a (card of Black color) then the dealing will start from IN (Andar) spot
In Andar Bahar, a single deck of cards is used, and the odds in this game are 50 – 50. The player has the option of either choosing ‘Andar’ (left), or ‘Bahar’ (right) spot on the table. Once the betting spot is chosen, 13 cards are dealt on the table, from which the player has to choose one card. The player then has to correctly choose the spot where the selected card would appear. A minimum bet is then required for the game to begin
Andar – Andar refers to the left spot on the table.
Bahar – Bahar refers to the right spot on the table.
Placing bets in Andar Bahar
Once the dealer says, “Place your bets, please”, the players are given a few seconds to choose their desired card from the pack. Cards are then placed alternatively on Andar and Bahar (or left and right spots), and if the number on the dealt card matches the selected card number, the game ends.
When the cards are dealt, if the first card is drawn from a black suit, and is either a Clover or a Spade, then the card dealing starts from ‘Andar’ (or left) spot. If the first card is drawn from a red suit, and is either a Heart or a Diamond, the card dealing starts from ‘Bahar’ (or right) spot.
Additionally, a player can also bet against the dealer card. The betting choice appears in alternate games on JeetWin.
All the results are based on the numbers on the cards, and not on the suits. If there are multiple players playing the game, the game will continue until all the players have either won or lost.
Increasing the betting Amount
The betting amount can be increased during the game, by clicking on the chip of higher value, and then clicking on the chosen card.
Placing additional bets
Additional bets can be placed by clicking on the desired chip, and then clicking on the card. While placing the additional bet, the table maximum can be placed, and the final bet amount has to be confirmed to proceed with the game.
Table Minimum and Maximum
The minimum amount to be placed to take part in the game is 20 rupees. This is also called the table minimum.
The maximum amount to be placed to take part in the game is 10, 000 rupees. This is also called the table maximum.
If the chosen card appears on the side where the first card is dealt, the payout is 90 percent. That is, if an amount of 100 rupees is placed as the betting amount, the winnings would be 190 rupees.How to play
If the chosen card appears on the other side, then the payout is 100 percent. That is, if an amount of 100 rupees is placed as the betting amount, the winnings would be 200 rupees.
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