~ A dramatic table game ~
A game in which you bet on whether the Player or the Banker wins.
If you think it will be a draw, you can also bet on a “tie.”
Many people think that “Player” means the customer side, and “Banker” means the dealer side, but no such rule exists. Participants can bet on either side.
The side with the first digit in the sum closer to “9” wins. The number 10 and face cards are counted as “0.”
Other cards are counted according to their numbers. Whether you win or lose the game depends on the sum of your 2 or 3 cards.
How to play
Insert dollar bills or tickets into the machine.
Enter the bet of your choice.
* Bet is defined as setting the amount of a stake.
* The maximum amount of the bet is determined by the limit.
* “Limit” refers to the minimum and maximum bet amount set for each machine.
* You can also bet on a “tie” or “pair bet.”
Once “No More Bets” is called, no further bets will be allowed.
The machine deals 2 cards to each side in the order of Player → Banker → Player → Banker.
Whether you win or lose is determined by the sum on the cards dealt. Your chance of winning increases if the sum of the numbers is close to “9”.
Basically, you will get twice the bet amount as a payout if win. The house will take the bet if lose.
■When a player wins, 100% of the bet placed will be paid out. ■When the banker wins, 5% of the bet amount will be deducted as commission, 95% of the bet placed will be paid out. ■When you win a tie bet, you receive 8 times the bet amount that is paid out. The bet will not be collected by the house. ■When you win a pair bet, you receive 11 times the bet amount that is paid out. The bet will not be collected by the house.
Tie bet: A type of bet in which you bet on a tie.
Pair bet: A type of bet in which you bet that the first two cards dealt will be the same number (a pair).
Order of the hands
The highest hand is called a “Natural.” The game ends when the sum of either the Player or the Banker’s cards is 8 or 9. (The game ends with 4 cards.)
A “Stand” occurs when the sum of the cards of either the Player or Banker is 7 or 6. No additional cards can be dealt with numbers higher than this. The game ends, with no additional card dealt, when both sides have a Stand.
The higher number wins. A tie occurs when the numbers are the same. (The game ends when 4 to 5 cards are dealt.) When the number is lower than a Stand, one additional card will be dealt before the game ends. The higher number wins. A tie occurs when the numbers are the same.
When both the Player and the Banker have numbers less than a Stand, the Player will receive an additional card first. The game may end depending on the number of the additional card. If the game is not yet over, the Banker will receive an additional card, and the game will end. (The game ends with 5 or 6 cards.)
■More Card Draw Game
When the sum of the Player’s first cards is 5 or less, and the Banker’s is 6 or less, the Player will receive the third card.
The game could end, and depends on the number on the Player’s third card. There are occasions when the game ends after the Banker receives the third card.
Whether or not the Banker receives the third card depends on the sum of the Banker’s first two cards (6/5/4/3) and the Player’s third card.
■Both Sides Draw Game
The game ends after both sides receive one additional card each, when the sum of the Player’s first two cards is 5 or less, and the sum of the Banker’s first two cards is 0/1/2. In this case, the higher number wins, and a tie occurs when both sides have the same number.
If the Banker wins, a commission of 5% of the bet will be deducted before payout.
People who place a Pair bet, i.e. assuming the first two cards dealt to either the Player or Banker are the same number (a pair) would receive 11 times payout.
The bet will not be collected by the house when the outcome is not a pair. A pair bet can be bet on by either the Player or the Banker.