WHAT IS DRAGON TIGER?
- Dragon Tiger is a fast-action game played with cards on a table.
- The game begins when players bet on either Dragon or Tiger options on the table.
- Depending on whether you bet on the Dragon or the Tiger box, you win if the highest card appears on that particular option.
HOW TO PLAY?
- First, you bet on either the Dragon or the Tiger box by placing chips on either of the two options.
- Then the dealer draws one card for each set and places them on the respective boxes on the table.
- You win if your initial bet or call has the highest card value among the two box options. Or else, you lose.
RULES TO KNOW
- In the game Dragon Tiger, there are two options for you to bet on. You can place a bet either on the Dragon set or the Tiger set.
- The cards are drawn from a shoe containing 6 to 8 pre-shuffled decks of cards.
- In Dragon Tiger, the ace has the lowest value while the king has the highest value. In essence, the increasing rank of the cards is ace, 2,3 4,5,6,7,8,9,10, J, Q, and K.
- Once all players have placed their bets on the option of their choice, the dealer draws one card and places it on the Dragon followed by the Tiger box on the table.
- You win if the box of your choice has a card of higher value than the other set. Or else you lose the game. For instance, if the Tiger box card is a J and the Dragon box card is a 4, the players betting on Tiger will win.
- This game is played only against the dealer and each player on a table has their own set of Tiger, Dragon, and Tie boxes.
- The payout on winning on both sets is even money or 1x the initial bet amount.
- You can also place a bet on a tie, which indicates that your prediction is that both the cards drawn will be of the same value.<
- In cases of a tie, you get back 50% of your initial bet amount and an additional payout that is 10x of the tie bet amount.
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