Over the years, Indian live casino games have become a core part of Ezugi’s library. This article revisits their most popular titles to see what makes them so engaging!
Simple games perform well. Nothing proves that quite well as Ezugi’s Andar Bahar. After all, the game is the pinnacle of being fun and straightforward. The concept behind the game is simple. The host draws a joker card and places it in the center of the table. Then, the dealer draws cards in Andar and Bahar positions, alternating them until a matching card gets drawn.
The main bet tries to predict if the card will appear in the Andar or Bahar position. The side bets predict how many cards need to get drawn from the deck before finding a matching card. The top prize for this game is 120:1. You earn this reward by correctly predicting it will require more than 41 cards to find a matching card.
Ultimate Andar Bahar
Ezugi’s Ultimate Andar Bahar plays identically to standard Andar Bahar. At least, it does so at first glance. Unique to this version is the addition of multipliers! A random number generator decides where the multiplier will appear and how high it will climb. The top prize in this title is 1,200x your total stake, which you can score by playing the side bets.
Teen Patti is another exciting Indian game that got transformed into a live dealer game. In this Ezugi release, both dealer and player receive three cards. Your three-card hand must be better than the host’s hand to win. The game uses poker hand rankings to determine which side wins the round. You play Teen Patti with a single deck of fifty-two cards.
Ezugi’s release offers several side bets you can play. One side bet is Pair or Better. As the name implies, it pays if your hand has a pair or better. The other side bet is called the 3+3 bonus. It combines the three cards from both host and player to form the best possible five-card poker hand. This side bet grants the game’s top prize, which is 1,000:1 for a five-card royal flush.
Bet on Teen Patti
While the two look similar, Bet on Teen Patti is nominally different. Once again, the challenge is predicting which hand will be stronger. However, players do not play against the host in this release. Instead, the goal is to predict whether player A or player B will have the better hand. The hands are ranked based on three-card poker rankings.
Bet on Teen Patti has two available side bets. One is Pair Plus, which pays if their chosen hand draws a pair. The better the three-card poker hand you form, the better the reward will be. Another side bet is the 3+3 bonus, which combines both hands to create the best possible five-card poker hand. The better the hand, the higher your top prize will be. The maximum Bet on Teen Patti reward is 1,000:1 for a five-card royal flush.
Lucky 7 is an India-inspired live card game. In this release, the goal is to predict if the next card drawn from the pack will be higher, lower or equal to seven. The game uses eight decks. Casino members can also guess if the card will be odd/even or red/black through side bets. The game’s top prize is 11:1, granted when you correctly predict exactly seven.
32 Cards is an Indian game that uses a single 32-card deck. This release does not have any Aces, Twos, Threes, Fours, or Fives. The deck gets reshuffled after each round.
The table has four positions, each one starting with an initial number. Positions one, two, three, and four start with numbers eight, nine, ten, and eleven. During the round, each position receives one more card. The goal is to place a bet predicting which of the four positions will have the highest point total. This live casino release does not have any side bets either. The largest possible prize you can win in 32 Cards is betting on number nine, which pays 4.5:1.