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The goal of Andar Bahar is to predict which side (Andar or Bahar) will be of the same suit as the dealer's first card. This is a game of pure luck, no strategy at all.
Dealing: The game uses a standard deck of 52 playing cards, usually excluding kings and kings. The dealer shuffles the cards and reveals the first card from the pile.
Choose Andar or Bahar: Players must choose the side they believe is the same suit as the dealer's first card before the cards are dealt, i.e. Andar (left) or Bahar (right).
Betting: Players place bets at the beginning of the game, predicting which side of the hand, Andar or Bahar, will match the dealer's first card.
Card Dealing Process: The dealer draws one card at a time from the remaining card pile and places it alternately on both sides of Andar and Bahar until it has the same suit as the dealer's first card.
End Game: After the game is over, if the suit of the dealer's first card matches the player's chosen side, the player wins the bet; otherwise, the dealer wins.
Winning and Losing Rules
If the player chooses Andar and the dealer's first card is of the same suit as Andar, the player wins.
If the player chooses Bahar and the dealer's first card is of the same suit as Bahar, the player wins.
If the suits don't match, the dealer wins.
Tie Bet: Some Andar Bahar games allow players to bet on a tie (Tie) bet, where the dealer's first card matches neither the Andar nor the Bahar. Such bets usually have higher odds.