It’s the simplicity of Andar Bahar that makes it such a popular game, so we were excited to see that OneTouch’s version of the game sticks to the core features. You’re treated to some helpful side bets and get a handful of efficient functions like Deal, Rebet and Clear. The game’s visuals are pretty slick, with a user-friendly design that helps even the most inexperienced of players understand how Andar Bahar is played.
Minimum / Maximum Bet:
Pre-Bet, A & B Bets, 20+ Bet, Deal, Rebet
Pre-Bets – The first round of Andar Bahar lets you bet on the initial card. You can wager on the suit and actual number of the drawn card. There are three number wagers to place, so you can bet on it being 2-7, 8 or 9-A.
A&B Bets – Once the card has been drawn, you’ll have to wager on which deck will first draw an identical card. You’ll need to pick between Andar on the left of the initial card and Bahar on the right. If your selected deck draws the identical card first, you win the wager.
20+ Bet – You’re also given the option to place a 20+ bet. This wager pays out if it takes more than 20 cards to finally draw the right one. If you don’t go over twenty cards, you lose the bet.
Deal – Hit the deal button whenever you’re ready to start a new round. This applies to both phases, although once the A&B and 20+ bets have been set, the game will automatically draw cards for both the Andar and Bahar decks.
Rebet – The rebet function places any identical wagers you had on the previous round. It sets them up on the grid, but you can still customise them further before hitting the deal button to play.
OneTouch’s Andar Bahar is an excellent version of the popular table game, with a friendly design and several bonus bets that make the game all the more fun.
The only downside we found here was the limited win potential which caps at just 10x your stake. We struggled through quite a few losses at first, but eventually managed to get a winning spree that led us to our biggest win of ₹250,000.
So, if you’re up for a game of Andar Bahar with simple but effective features, fantastic visuals and friendly interfaces, then OneTouch’s version of the game is perfect . Just don’t expect to be hitting any massive wins.
Teen Patti Pro – Another Indian table game classic, WooHoo Games’ Teen Patti Pro takes a more serious approach to the game, with a suave set of visuals. It also comes with side bets that you can place on specific combinations, which may end up in your hand. They’re quite tricky but could give you wins of up to 400x your stake. We won a side bet on a straight hand which gave us our biggest win of ₹300,000.
Andar Bahar – BP Games also has a great version of Andar Bahar, with similar side bets and an added betting history function. Win potential is much better here , capping at 120x your stake. We managed quite a few great prizes, including a huge ₹1,250,000 win.