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November 26th, 2019 at 6:24:50 PM permalink
Andar Bahar is a simple 50/50 card game out of southern India. It has spread and now can be found at some Internet casinos with a live dealer feature, by XPG-Live. For all the rules and analysis, please click the link.

As always, I welcome all comments about the page.

The question for the poll is would you play Andar Bahar?
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November 26th, 2019 at 6:48:28 PM permalink
I was in India, I saw this game and I didn’t play so I guess that answers the poll for me lol.
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November 26th, 2019 at 7:06:51 PM permalink
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I was in India, I saw this game and I didn’t play so I guess that answers the poll for me lol.



Do you have anything to add, like any side bets on the table?
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November 26th, 2019 at 7:23:14 PM permalink
Nothing was in English which is mostly why I didn’t play it. I had no way of figuring out what was going on.
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November 26th, 2019 at 7:24:28 PM permalink
It’s the same way as I learned to play Niu Niu almost by accident in Cambodia. I didn’t know what it was but one of the casinos I wanted a chip from had no other tables open so I attempted to learn the game, which I did successfully I might add!
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November 26th, 2019 at 7:29:19 PM permalink
So color only matters for the first card dealt after the middle? After that, the cards alternate back and forth regardless of color?
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November 26th, 2019 at 10:03:09 PM permalink
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So color only matters for the first card dealt after the middle? After that, the cards alternate back and forth regardless of color?



Here is what a web site says where I got the rules.

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The dealer asks for the bets to be placed and players can then select a card from a pack. Cards are then dealt out on either side alternately, Andar for the left and Bahar for the right spots. Dealt card number needs to match the card number the player selects. If this happens, then the game finishes.

In case of dealing of cards, there is a certain pattern followed. For instance, among the cards dealt, if the first one is of a black suit, such as Spade or Clover, then dealing starts from Andar or left spot. If cards are of the red suit such as Diamond or Heart then dealing is started from the right spot. The betting choice is also given to the player against the dealer’s card in some rounds.



Source: https://www.bestcasinosindia.com/andar-bahar/.

I interpreted that mean that it is the color of the first card OTHER than the middle card, which determines which side gets the first card, but it isn't absolutely clear what is meant by the "first card." I welcome other interpretations, but the odds are the same either way.
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November 26th, 2019 at 10:25:16 PM permalink
Quote: Wizard

Here is what a web site says where I got the rules.



Source: https://www.bestcasinosindia.com/andar-bahar/.

I interpreted that mean that it is the color of the first card OTHER than the middle card, which determines which side gets the first card, but it isn't absolutely clear what is meant by the "first card." I welcome other interpretations, but the odds are the same either way.


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November 27th, 2019 at 1:06:56 AM permalink
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Rules ... 2 ... There are two bets available, Andar and Bahar, which I assume to translate to left and right ...

अंदर बहार, “out in” in Hindi.
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