A seat at a table of one of the most famous and traditional Indian card games is waiting for you! You just need good guessing ability and a little bit of luck to win up to 75x your stake. There are two spots— Andar and Bahar. A card will be placed in the middle, and then other cards will be dealt to those two spaces until one of them matches the first card.
Your job is to predict whether Andar or Bahar will end up with the matching card.
Minimum / Maximum Bet:
Side Bets: With the side bets, you can also predict the middle card’s Suit, Colour, or Value. If you want to add some more variation, you can bet on the total number of cards dealt. Or, try to predict if the middle card value will be exactly eight, below, or above that number.
This is an excellent game for beginners. It’s elegant and simple, offers some variety, and gives you a sense of what Andar Bahar is all about. We also can’t complain about the wide betting range, though we do wish the max bet was higher.
We ended up winning ₹33,569, which we are happy with.
Andar Bahar by Playtech: If you’re ready for a bigger challenge, then Playtech’s live version will suit you just fine. It has more betting options than mPlay’s, like if the card will match on the first try or in the first three tries. The atmosphere of playing a live game is unbeatable, as well, especially when the studio is so pleasant and elegant. The RTP here ranges depending on the bet you place, with 98.10% being the highest. We enjoy this game a lot, but we also can’t resist the naked charm of Andar Bahar by mPlay.
Andar Bahar by OneTouch: You can also take a look at the same game but by OneTouch. It features similar side bets to mPlay’s version, a slightly higher RTP of 95.57%, and a much lower max win of 10x your bet. We liked the overall look and feel of the game but were only able to win ₹16,784.