Dragon Tiger is a very easy and fast-paced game. The game objective is to guess whether the Dragon or Tiger will draw the higher value card, and therefore win. Player may also bet on whether the Dragon and Tiger cards dealt will be of the same value, and therefore a Tie.
The aim of the Dragon Tiger is to predict which of the hands – the Dragon or the Tiger – will win or if it will be a Tie.
- The cards are dealt from a shoe with eight decks (Jokers are excluded)
- The player places a bet on either the Dragon, or Tiger, or Tie, or Suited Tie
- A single card face-up is dealt by the dealer to the Dragon and to the Tiger
- The highest card wins and pays even money 1:1
- Card value from the lowest to the highest is as follows: Ace with value 1, being the lowest and followed by 2 and so on, and King the highest (A-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-J-Q-K)
- In the case of a Tie, half of your main bet (the Dragon/Tiger bet) is returned and wins pay out 11:1
- If cards for the Dragon and Tiger are equal both in value and suit, it’s a Suited Tie, half of your main bet (the Dragon/Tiger bet) is returned and wins pay out 50:1
Your payout depends on the type of bet placed.
Please note that any malfunction voids the game round and all eventual payouts for the round. Bets will be returned.
The optimal theoretical return-to-player percentage:
- Main bet (Dragon/Tiger) – 96.27%
- Tie – 89.64%
- Suited Tie – 86.02%