How do I play Dragon Tiger?
[ 17-09-2020 ]
How do I play Dragon Tiger?

When it comes to casino games, some games are the domain of generally lower stakes players. Slots are a good example of this, where players will wager a generally small amount per spin in the hope of converting that into a significantly bigger win.

But today we are going to talk about Dragon Tiger, a live casino games where you play with cards.

How do I play Dragon Tiger?

The Dragon Tiger game is based on Baccarat but is a much more simplified version of it. It is essentially a single draw betting game with some very simple rules regarding what a winning card is, what a losing card is and the amount you are paid out if you make the correct bet at any point.

The game begins with the player selecting their chosen coin denomination that they wish to play with and the options are 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50 and 100 chips. Once this denomination is set, then the first thing the player needs to do is decide which of the available bets they would like to place on the table. Players can place as many bets as they like per hand on as many options as they would like.

The bets that you can place are basically split into the following four groups:

  • Dragon or Tiger - This is a bet on which of the two players will draw the higher card. This bet pays out at even money and in the event of a tie, then the player receives back 50% of their bet.
  • Tie - This is a bet that neither the Dragon or Tiger will receive a higher value card and that the game will result in a draw. This bet pays out at 8/1 when successful.
  • Big or Small - This is a bet that the card drawn for the selected player (Dragon or Tiger) will be either Big in value (from 8 through to the King) or Small in value (Ace through to 6). Guess correctly and your bet will pay you out at even money. If the card drawn for your player however is a 7, then your bet automatically loses.
  • Suits - This is a bet on what you think the suit of the card will be drawn for your chosen player. The four different card suits are available, Spade, Heart, Diamond and Club and if you guess correctly with your bet for the drawn card, then you will be paid out at odds of 3/1. However, if the card drawn is a 7, then your bet loses regardless of the suit of the card.

To help assist you with your decision-making, there is a record of the result of the previous rounds displayed on the screen and this table displays all the information you need about the last rounds including whether the Tiger or Dragon won the hand and what suit the winning card. 

Once your bet is placed, then the card for the Dragon and the card for the Tiger is then dealt and the hand is then decided based on the card drawn. Any winning bets are paid out and then the player can click on the New Game button to play another round.

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