We’ve enjoyed plenty of Andar Bahar variations over the years, but in our experience, the best games are the ones that don’t overcomplicate the formula. Swintt’s Andar Bahar promises just that, with an intuitive interface that offers an effective series of side bets for both the initial card and the main rounds.
We’ll tell you all about our experience, in the Andar Bahar review below.
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Rebet, Side Bets
Andar Bahar is renowned for its fast-paced gameplay and Swintt does its utmost to stick to that speedy pace, while also adding in a few bonus features.
The interface is incredibly easy to follow, and we jumped straight into the game without any issues. If you’re not particularly familiar with Andar Bahar and its rules, you can refer to the game’s guide section which will walk you through the various rounds and bets.
The basic bets themselves can be quite rewarding but the added side bets helped us hit our highest win of ₹900,000.
Rebet – If you’re looking to stick to a specific betting setup, then you’ll be hitting the re-bet after your initial round. The feature memorises your last wager and allows you to place it back on the table with the click of a button. You can re-bet on both the first and second phases of each round, but unfortunately, there’s no option to double re-bet. It’s not a dealbreaker, but the added functionality would have made things easier for us, particularly as we like following the Martingale system in games like these.
Side Bets – Before landing the middle card, you can place a selection of side bets. These relate to that initial card’s number and suite. The suites are a bit harder to guess, but we always put in a side bet on the card’s number. You can bet on 2-7, 8 or 9-A. The odds favour 2-7 and 9-A and we managed to get quite a few wins by betting on either one of these. Once the middle card is revealed, you also get the option to bet on if it will take over 20 cards to finally get a match. It’s quite a risky bet, but we managed to win it a few times and cashed in on its 3.9x payout.
Swintt’s Andar Bahar turned out to be a great rendition of the beloved game. It doesn’t try to force too much, sticking to a relatively simple set of features, while also adding in some useful side bets that can go a long way in boosting your payouts.
We can easily recommend this to both newcomers and veteran players, although the game’s somewhat limited maximum payout and maximum bet level might be a turn-off for some.
OneTouch’s Andar Bahar is essentially identical to the Swintt version. It sticks to the same side bets and has a similar re-bet function. The main difference here is the lower maximum payout at 10x and lower maximum bet at ₹50,000. Despite the low payouts, we still managed a win of ₹200,000.
BP Games’ version of Andar Bahar comes with way more detailed features, which also make the game a lot harder to follow. You get a game history feature, as well as probability statistics for the main and side bets, which help you make more informed wagers. The potential here is reduced, with a maximum bet of ₹50,000, and we managed our biggest win at ₹300,000.