Can you beat the banker in this casino classic?
Wager additional side bets such as squeeze, player pair, banker pair and many more for extra payouts of up to 255:1.
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If either the player’s or banker’s hands score certain values, they will automatically be dealt a 3rd card. The following charts explain when the player and banker should be dealt a third card.
|Value of Player's first two cards||Action|
|0-5||Draws a card (except if the banker has 8 or 9)|
If the player stands, then the banker hits on a total of 5 or less. If the player does hit, then use the table below to determine if the banker hits or stands.
|Points value of Banker's first two cards||Draws when the points value of Player's third card is:||Doesn't draw when the points value of Player's third card is:|
If either Player or Banker has a total of 8 or 9, they both stand. This rule overrides all other rules.
The Player Pair, Banker Pair and Either Pair side bets payout if the first 2 cards drawn for each respective hand form a pair.
The Perfect Pair side bet pays out if the first 2 player or banker cards form a pair of the same suit, for example a pair of 7 of diamonds.
The Big side bet wins according to the payout table if the total number of cards dealt between Player and Banker is 5 or 6.
The Small side bet wins according to the payout table if the total number of cards dealt between Player and Banker is 4.
A side bet is not associated with the main game bets. You can bet on the Player Pair betting area and the Banker Pair side bet, and vice versa.
The player can also place side bets without placing any regular bets.
The game present multiple cards and player can choose the card and bet on it. If a higher bet is placed on the banker betting area, the player can choose to squeeze bet on the banker’s last dealt card.
If the bets on the player and banker betting areas are the same, the squeeze bet is offered on the banker’s hand.