Super Andar Bahar is a popular card game played with a single deck of 52 cards. The game starts with the dealing of one initial card, called “the Joker” (sometimes referred to as the “house card”). You then predict and place a bet on whether a card with a matching value will subsequently be dealt on either Andar (inside) or Bahar (outside).
The game starts with the Joker dealt during the betting time. You can choose which side (Andar or Bahar) to place a bet on, as well as make side bets on how many cards will be dealt before a matching card appears. You can also place bets before the Joker has been dealt.
After betting time has expired, 1 to 5 multipliers will be chosen randomly and added to the side bets. You will get a bigger payout if a bet is placed on a winning bet spot with a multiplier.
Each game round, the first card is dealt on Andar, the second card on Bahar, and the dealing order continues to alternate until the same value of card as the Joker is dealt on either the Andar or Bahar side. As soon as either side is dealt a matching value card to the Joker, that side wins and the game round ends.
The deck is shuffled after each game round.
You can choose to place just side bets, wherein you predict how many cards in total will be dealt after the Joker. Each side bet spot is in multiples of five except the last one, which is for the range 46–49, the highest amount of cards that can be drawn.
Multipliers are applied only to the side bets.
Your payout depends on the type of placed bet. The payout range depends on whether the bet you have placed on the bet spot of your choice has a multiplier applied on it. If there is no multiplier, then the regular payout is applied. Your bet is returned on top of your winnings.
Please note that any malfunction voids the game round and all eventual payouts for the round. Bets will be returned.
Return to Player
The optimal theoretical return to player (RTP) percentage is 97.85% based on the Andar Bet.
The RTP range is 96%-97.85%