Andar Bahar or Katti, as it is also known, is a popular Indian card game, and is often played by family and friends at the time of festivals like Diwali or Janmashtami, to have some fun. How to play andar bahar in casino? Let’s find out.
How to play andar bahar in casino?
Andar Bahar is actually a pretty simple game to play. The game is conducted by a dealer, and any number of players can place bets on a single game. The gaming table is usually divided into two halves, with one half marked as the `Andar´ side, and the other half marked as the `Bahar´ side.
The game begins with the dealer dealing a single card, face-up, in the center of the table. This card is usually referred to as the `game card´. The participating players can now place their bets, guessing on which half of the table will the next card of the same face, irrespective of the suit, will be dealt. You can either place your bet on the `Andar´ side or the `Bahar´ side.
Once all the bets are placed, the dealer begins to deal the remaining cards, face-up, one on each side of the table. If the suit of the `game card´ is red, the dealing begins from the `Bahar´ side, while the suit of the `game card´ is black, the dealing begins from the `Andar´ side.
Depending on where the next card of the same value opens, you will either win or lose the bet.
In addition, to make the game more interesting, some casinos also allow players to make side bets, which include
- How many cards will be dealt before the winning card will be dealt
- What will be the value of the `game card´
- What will be the color or the suit of the `game card
How to play andar bahar in casino? Now you know!