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Andar Bahar is a simple, easy to learn game hailing from the Indian subcontinent. This is not the first time it has been adapted into a live casino setting, either. Ezugi launched their own version of the game back in 2019. Playtech’s version builds on that while offering even more side bets and ways to win.
The RTP for this release is 97.85% for Andar bets and 97% for Bahar bets. Placing bets on other wagers will result in a decreased RTP. Playtech’s Andar Bahar is played with just one deck. While the round is proceeding with one deck, a dealer in the background reshuffles another. This minimises the amount of time spent waiting on shuffling cards.
Each round starts with a brief wagering period. During this time, players have to place their bets on the board. The first card from the freshly shuffled deck is drawn and placed in the middle. From here, casino members can wager on several main bets. The goal of Andar Bahar is to predict where a card matching the value of the first card will be drawn.
Depending on where you think the matching card will appear, you bet on either Andar or Bahar. After making your choice, the dealer will start drawing cards and placing them on either the Andar or Bahar positions. This continues until a matching card is inevitably drawn. When this happens, a cash prize is granted to the player and the next round begins.
Playtech’s Andar Bahar comes with a huge list of interesting side bets. The first one is Andar or Bahar winning on the first card. This is a rather unlikely side bet, which is reflected in their RTP. Andar winning on the first card has an RTP of 94.12%, while Bahar doing the same has an RTP of 93.18%. That said, if you pull it off, you will receive a 15:1 prize for the Andar side bet. The Bahar side bet will pay 15.5:1.
First 3 attempts to form a three card poker hand. It picks the first drawn card, as well as the cards dealt to the Andar and Bahar positions. The side bet wins if these three cards form a Straight Flush, a Straight or a Flush. The Flush pays 5:1, the Straight pays 8:1 while the Straight Flush pays 120:1. The RTP for this side bet is 95.76%, making it slightly better than the previous side bet.
The last side bet attempts to predict how many cards have to be drawn before a matching card is found. Guess correctly, and you will receive a cash prize to go along with your main bet. Each segment has its own reward and RTP, which you can find listed in the table below.
As we can see, the number of cards dealt side bet is quite good. The 16-25 option even has a marginally better RTP than the main bet.
Andar Bahar is a simple game if you do not play any of its side bets. There are only two outcomes: Andar or Bahar. Andar pays 0.9:1 when won, and has an RTP of 97.85%. Meanwhile, Bahar pays the full 1:1 reward, and still has a lower RTP that sits at 97%. It just goes to show the advantage of going first.
If you are looking for something new and interesting to play, we definitely recommend checking out Andar Bahar. Playtech may not be first to the party, but they have definitely released the definitive live casino version. The numerous side bets make this release quite fun. If that is not enough, you could always take home a tantalizing prize worth 120:1.
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