HOW TO PLAY 32 CARDS
Before each round starts, players get around twenty seconds to place their bets. The dealer reshuffles the single 32-card deck during this time, preventing any card counting from taking place. The process of placing wagers is simple. Select the coin value you want to play with, and then place it in one of four positions. The payout for each of the four positions is written beneath the player hand number.
After the timer runs out, any wagers on the table will be accepted. The dealer will draw four cards from the deck, and place them into their respective fields one by one. Each card adds its face value to the mix. For example, drawing a six card will grant six points, an eight card eight points, and so on.
The points awarded by the card are then added on to the fixed-point values of each hand. Player hand eight, for example, always starts with eight points. The same goes for player hands nine, ten and eleven. Once both points are combined, they form the final hand value. Using previous examples, a drawn six on player hand eight would mean that position has a final hand value of fourteen. (6+8=14)
Once we know the final hand values for all four-player hands, they are compared against each other. The side whose value is highest will be decided as a winner. It is possible for two hands to have the same number of points, however. If that happens, another card is drawn for those two positions to resolve the tie. Once a winner is decided, the round starts again.