Ready for some fast-paced, Andar Bahar action? BP Games delivers a traditional version of the popular game with a set of lucrative side bets that can award wins of up to 120x your stake.
We tried our hand at quite a few of these and as you’ll see from our Andar Bahar review below, managed to hit a fantastic win during a particularly lucky round.
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Side Bets, Round History
BP Games goes for a very standard game of Andar Bahar. Perhaps it’s worth mentioning how the game has very clearly been designed for mobile devices. Even on a desktop, the game is in portrait mode, with a backdrop to fill in the empty sides. We would have preferred to have a landscape version available, but this certainly isn’t a dealbreaker.
The interface is easy to navigate, making Andar Bahar a fantastic choice for both newcomers and veterans alike. A card is automatically drawn at the start of each round, and it’s up to you to follow it up with a bet on Andar or Bahar. Andar pays out 1.9x your stake, whereas Bahar is slightly higher at 2.0x. But beyond the basic wager, check out these other features:
Side Bets – You can add a couple of side bets to your main wager, significantly improving your win potential in the process. Betting on Andar or Bahar hitting on the first draw pays out 16x and 16.5x respectively. But the highest payouts come from guessing the number of draws it will take before the round ends. You can bet on segments of five rounds, so you can wager on the round ending on 0-5, 6-10, 11-15 draws and so on. The best payouts come from the options, with the highest payout of 120x your stake: betting on the round taking between 41-49 draws to end. We never got that far but got our biggest win from a round that took 34 draws to end, earning us a 25.5x multiplier and a total win of ₹1,250,000.
Round History – You can see the results of the last 10 rounds at the top of the game screen. These are colour-coded, indicating if Andar or Bahar won each respective round.
Ultimately, BP Games’ Andar Bahar doesn’t offer anything we haven’t played before. But the game comes with a great visual design, intuitive controls and side bets that can significantly boost your rewards.
So, if you’re looking for a straightforward game of Andar Bahar with fantastic win potential, be sure to give this version a go.
OneTouch’s Andar Bahar sticks to the same side bets as BP’s version, while also adding in a rebet function. It also comes with an identical maximum bet of ₹50,000. Wins were a bit more limited here thanks to the game’s limited 10x maximum win. But we still managed to walk away with a win of ₹500,000.
Swintt’s version of Andar Bahar also adds in a rebet function, as well as several side bets. These are based on the winning card’s colour and suit though and can only award wins of up to 3.9x your stake. By combining a series of side bets, we managed a pretty big win of ₹900,000.