Andar Bahar | Bovada
If you want to move past rich and dive into wealth, India is a land where some of the wealthiest traditions exist – including a card game called Andar Bahar.
The game is simple but the excitement it provides has kept it a gaming go-to for centuries: You bet which side you think the game will match the middle card – Andar or Bahar.
The dealer issues a single card face up into the middle of the table, then deals cards face up to the left and right of the middle card until it’s a match.
The odds are 50/50 but you can place some side bets to win big!
Andar Bahar Bovada Rules
Choose from 6 betting areas, including 5 side bets.
Bet various ways, however you like; drag and drop chips, or tap directly on betting areas.
Automatically repeat the bets in a previous round.
Double a bet at the start of a new round.
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The mobile friendly game easily lets you view the game in full screen and swipe up and down.
- 1 Deck
- Minimum/Maximum Main Bet: $1/$500
- Minimum/Maximum Side Bet: $1/$500
What is Andar Bahar?
Also known as Katti, Andar Bahar originated in Bengaluru, Southern India centuries ago and is still very popular in social settings.
Andar Bahar a simple 50/50 card game that pits two opponents (Andar and Bahar) against each other. As is the case with Teen Patti Pro, your only play is to pick which of the two sides to bet on. After placing your bet, a single card is placed between the two sides; the rank of this card is what each side wants to be dealt. Once it’s placed in the middle, cards are dealt continuously back and forth between Andar and Bahar until one of them is dealt a card with the same rank as the middle one; that side wins. Suits don’t factor into the primary win.
To spice up the online casino play, five side bets are available for predicting what you think the middle card will be.
- Suits: Choose what suit you think the middle card will be for a 3.8:1 payout.
- Colors: Choose whether you think the middle card will have a red or black suit for a 1.9:1 payout.
- Values: Try to guess the rank of the middle number, with options “Any Number,” Jack, Queen, King and Ace available for varying payouts.
- Above Below: Wager on whether you think the middle card will be over or below Eight for a 2.05:1 payout.
- Cards: Guess how many cards will need to be dealt in total for the round to be settled. The range is one card to 20+. Each option has a unique payout depending on its probabilities.