Unique Card Games
Many studios like to create their own concepts or adjust popular card games to give them a unique touch. One of the flagman portfolios is provided by BetGames TV. Their War of Bets is an absolute hit. In a nutshell, it is an adaptation of Casino War with the objective to make bets on which hand will show higher cards. The outcome also includes a Tie bet — it happens if the player and the dealer both have the same cards.
If you are a fan of Andar Bahar, you will surely appreciate BetGame TV’s Speedy 7 — a release where the objective is to guess the color of the next card in a row of 7. This live dealer stream also has flexible betting, fast-paced sessions, and an option to cash out in the middle of the session.
Another studio with lots of great card game variations is TVBet. Its JokerBet is a live dealer game that requires no specific skills and invites players to bet money on guessing the next card that the dealer will draw out of the shoe. Bets are available with every draw, and the fast-paced game streams 24/7.
TVBet is also popular for creating War of Elements. Its action is set in an eye-catching studio with a dramatic background and very simple rules. The dealer draws two cards, and the highest one wins the bet!
Noteworthy Cultural Card Games
There is a big group of unique card games that came to international lobbies from other cultures.
Such is, for instance, the case with Teen Patti — a variation of poker popular in India. Apart from Ezugi, another studio that offers its great live variation is Super Spade Games. The session will include 3 players and bets between 10 to 200 credits. The objective of the game is to pursue certain combinations. The more complex the combination — the higher the payout.
Bull Bull is a sort of baccarat modification that has 1000s of fans in China and is now becoming increasingly popular in the European online lobbies. The action unfolds between the dealer and the player, and each party gets 5 cards. The goal is to get a combination of 3 winning cards, plus there are also side bets.
And of course, an increasing number of studios are now working on their studio adaptations of Andar Bahar with its simple rules of trying to guess the lucky column for the lucky card. There are only two options — Left or Right.
Malaysian and Thai players are fond of PokDeng — a game that emerged in South eastern Asia and has a simple objective of collecting a hand that will beat the dealer’s hand. In a way, it is a Thai variation of poker.