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How to Play Sportbook and Live Betting

The following is an introduction to the menu from the Sports page with examples of Soccer game types. Please see the picture below.

Guide

Game Type (Sports Menu)

You can choose the various types of sports games you want such as Number Games, Virtual Sports, Basketball, and so on. According to picture 1, there are Early, Today, and Live options.

Time

Event

Competing teams

Betting & Market Types

It shows the types of bet that you can play. In the picture above, you can see the types of bet you can choose such as FT. HDP, FT. O / U, FT. 1X2, 1H. HDP, 1H O / U, 1H. 1X2. Each type of bet also has different Odds markets and values, depending on the type of bet you choose. There are red and blue Odds values. If Odds are red, minus is taxed. How to play on various types of bets will be explained further.

How to Place Bets on Sports Products

The way to place a bet on Sports Interwin products is very easy. All you have to do is click on the Odds you want.

Example:

Here we will place an FT type bet. HDP in the match between Guizhou Renhe and Guangzhou with voor market (Handicap) 0 by choosing victory for Guizhou Renhe. So what we do is click Odds -1.26 (red) by Guizhou Renhe with handicap 0. Then a betting box will appear on the left to enter the nominal value of the bet we want to place, then click Process Bet.

If you want to place other types of bet, you can follow the same steps as explained earlier.

Game

Put in an elegant setting, Baccarat is a glamorous game with flexible number limits, where you decide whom you want to bet with, Player or Banker? The winner is the one who has the highest number or the number closest to 9. In the Baccarat game, the smallest point is the number 0 whereas number 9 is the highest point.

Cards from number 2 to 9 will be judged according to the number listed, whereas Ace cards will be counted as number one (1). The number 10 card and the picture card (King, Queen & Jack) will be counted as 0 as well as any combination of cards that is totaled to 10, then the calculated value will be 0. In other words, the card combination that is higher than number 9 the leading digits will be omitted. To clarify, the following is an example of the basic calculation:

Example:

1. Ace + 5 = 6

2. 10 + 3 + 6 = 19. Calculated value is = 9.

3. King + 10 = 20. Calculated value is = 0.

4. 7 + 5 + 5 = 17. Calculated value is = 7.

The number of cards used to play ranges from 1 to 8 decks, where the choice is absolutely based on the policy of the host, House. Either Player or Banker each can only draw a maximum of 3 cards.

Easy to understand. Interesting to play.

The game starts with you, using the chips in your hand, choose whom you want to bet on, Player or Banker. The bet limit will be displayed on the betting table.

Four cards will be given by the host (House): The first and third cards will be given to the Player's hand, while the second and fourth cards will be given to the Banker's hand

Baccarat Rules

a. Rules for drawing the third card on the Player's side:

WHEN THE TOTAL OF THE FIRST AND SECOND PLAYER CARDS BECOME: | PLAYER CARD VALUE BECOME: |
---|---|

0 or 1/2/3/4/5 | Add the next card (draw) |

6 or 7 | Player stand (stand) - The banker can draw a third card, if needed. |

8 or 9 | "Natural" - Players and Bankers do not need to add the next card. |

b. Rules for drawing the third card on the Banker's side.

WHEN THE TOTAL OF THE FIRST AND SECOND BANKER CARDS BECOME: | ADD YOUR CARD WHEN THE PLAYER CARD IS: | DO NOT ADD YOUR CARD WHEN THE PLAYER CARD IS: |
---|---|---|

3 | 1 or 2/3/4/5/6/7/9/10 | 8 |

4 | 2 or 3/4/5/6/7 | 1 or 8/9/10 |

5 | 4 or 5/6/7 | 1 or 2/3/8/9/10 |

6 | 6 or 7 | 1 or 2/3/4/5/8/9/10 |

7 | Banker (stand). The player can draw a third card, if needed. | |

8 or 9 | "Natural" - Players and Bankers do not need to add the next card. | |

0 or 1 or 2 | Add the next card (draw) |

- In the Baccarat game, only one card can be drawn when adding card. Player will first add a third card and will be followed by the Banker (depending on the result of the Player's third card).
- When Player and Banker get "Natural" 8 or 9 on the first two cards, no third card is drawn for either side. If one party gets a "Natural" 8 while the other party is a "Natural" 9, the winning is on "Natural" 9.
- However, if the totals obtained by both parties are the same, the game is considered a “draw” (draw / tie) and the stake will be refunded as before. ~ Players are given the option to bet on the “draw” card where the payout for this bet is 8:1. Players will be declared lost, if the resulting card is not in a "draw" situation.
- Players also have the option to bet on "Player Pair" or "Banker Pair". This bet is based on the result of the two starting cards that are the same for each Player or Banker. The payout for this bet is 11:1.
- The game can be started with the card facing the bag or facing down, determined by the host (House).

Game

Blackjack, also known as 21, is the most played game in the casino world. The goal of this game is to get a card with a total value of 21 or close to the number 21. The player is declared the winner if the value of the card held is higher than the Dealer.

Picture cards (King, Queen & Jack) are scored as number 10, Ace as 1 or 11 depending on their use, where the rating is given according to the player's benefit. Other cards (2-9) will be counted according to the nominal listed.

**Example of calculation:**

King + 2 + 5 = 17

9 + Ace = 20, can also be valued by the number 10.

There is no limit to the number of cards drawn when adding card, as long as the total card value is not less than 12 and certainly does not exceed 21.

Easy to understand. Interesting to play.

The game starts with you betting on the chips in your hand. Bet limit will be displayed on the betting table.

There are 2 starter cards that will be given by the host (House) and the cards will be given facing up.

The sum of the values of the first two cards will determine whether the addition of the next card is required.

The minimum total value that you must have on the two cards is 12 with the maximum total value of 21 ('Blackjack' or 'Natural 21'). Players will be asked to 'hit' the additional card as long as the total value of their cards has not reached 12 and no additional cards are required if the player's total card value has exceeded 21 (also known as 'going over' or 'bust', in this situation the player will be declared lost).

If the first card the House gets an Ace card, the player will be given the option to take "Insurance" in order to reduce the risk of the possibility of the House getting a "Blackjack" card.

When your card value is above 12 and below 21, you can choose to "stay". After all other players have taken their turn to add cards or choose to "stay", the next card will be given to the House. Here, the minimum total value that the House must have is 17 with the maximum total value also not exceeding 21. Example calculation: 10 + 4 + 3 = 17 (then the House will stop adding card).

Other Information in Blackjack Game

Blackjack or Natural 21

When the total value on both starter cards is equal to 21.

**Example:** Picture card or 10 + Ace = 21. House will pay 3:2.

Soft 21

When the total value of the cards in hand is 21 (after the addition of cards).

**Example:** The first two cards: Ace + 5 = 16, the third card is 5, then: 5 + 16 = 21.

The position of the "Blackjack" card is above "Soft 21".

Hit

When additional cards are required.

Stand or Stay

When additional cards are not required.

Split

When both starter cards are twins / have the same value as each other (examples: 5 and 5), then the player can split them into two parts so that they become 2 different handles and the number of bets placed on the new hand must be the same as the original bet.

Players are required to add a minimum of 1 and a maximum of 3 cards to each hand. Here, the Dealer will follow the 'split' player's decision in adding cards before proceeding to give his next card to another player. However, for players who 'split' with an Ace card, they are only given the opportunity to add 1 card.

Doubling or Double Down

Player can double the original bet if 2 starter cards or 2 cards on the 'split' card have a total value equal to 9, 10 or 11 (no Ace or Blackjack cards inside). Doubling the original bet can be exemplified as follows: the player's original bet is 100,000, where the multiplied value is the same, which is 100,000, then the total bet becomes 200,000.

After "Doubling", players can only draw 1 card, regardless of the total value of cards held.

Insurance

When the starter card that the House gets is an Ace card, the player has the option to take 'insurance' against the House that has a chance for 'Blackjack' (the maximum bet limit is half of the player's original bet).

If the House does not get "Blackjack" then "Insurance" will be considered the losing bet.

Surrender

Players can 'surrender' to the House by giving half of the bet, with note that the House's starter card is not an Ace card. The decision to 'give up' must be made as soon as possible after the 2 starter cards have been given to the players.

Push

When the sum of the player's card values is the same as the House. So both the player and the House, will be declared the winner.

Even Money

When the House gets an Ace card on the first card and the player gets a "Blackjack", the player can ask to be paid 1-1 before the House gives the addition of the card to another player.

Going Over or Bust

When the player's total card value exceeds 21.

Game

As the oldest casino game that has been played since the early 18th century, Roulette has become the most popular game in the casino world, where you are asked to predict which number the spinning ball will choose to stop.

An interesting game where the sensation is derived from watching and guessing on which number hole the Roulette ball will stop. A variety of betting options is available, different colored chips are used by the players to differentiate one player's bet from another.

Easy to understand. Interesting to play.

BET POSITION | PAYMENT |
---|---|

Single Number Bet
(select one of the numbers, including the number 0) |
35 to 1 |

Split Bet
(select 2 numbers) |
17 to 1 |

Street Bet
(select 3 numbers at once) |
11 to 1 |

Square Bet
(select 4 numbers in 1 group) |
8 to 1 |

Line Bet
(select 6 numbers in 1 group) |
5 to 1 |

Column / Dozen Bet
(select 12 numbers in 1 group) |
2 to 1 |

Red / Black / 1-18 / 19-36 / Odd / Even | 1 to 1 |

Guide to Play Slots

The following is an introduction to the menus from the Slots page. Please see the picture below.

INFO

Info menu displays information about the winning combinations that you can get based on the Paylines you choose. In the Info menu, you can also see the combinations ranging from Paylines 1 to Paylines 30.

PAYLINES

Paylines can also be defined as patterns or combinations of winning lines. Paylines consist of Lines 1 to 30. Each Line has a different combination, and the more Paylines you place, the greater your chances of winning. But do not forget. The more Paylines you choose, the more credits you have to use.

LINE BET

Line Bet is the number of bets per line or nominal per pattern you place.

TOTAL BET

Total Bet is the multiplication of the Paylines you choose with the Line Bet (nominal) you place. This shows how many credits you have to use in starting 1x Spin (spin).

SPIN

When you have finished selecting the Paylines and Line Bet that you want, then to start the game is to click the SPIN button.

MAX BET SPIN

Max Bet Spin means automatically selecting the maximum Paylines and the maximum Line Bet.

AUTO SPIN

Auto Spin means letting Slots do SPIN automatically. To stop automatic SPIN, you have to click the STOP SPIN button.

Have fun and good luck!

Introduction

When you play for the first time, you will be exposed to some basic rules of the game as explained below. For starters, each player will be given two faced down cards in the Texas Hold'em game with the goal of making the best five-card 'hand' combination.

The game is played clockwise around the table, starting with the player on the left of the dealer button. Generally, the two players closest to the dealer button are required to place the small blind and the big blind to start the bet. Then, betting starts along with several stages of the game: before the three cards are opened (Preflop), after the three cards are opened (flop), the fourth card (turn), and the last card (river).

Dealer Button

Apart from determining the first players to start the bet with the small blind and the big blind, the dealer button also determines where the playing cards begin to be given. The player who is right on the left of the dealer button and is required to place the small blind, gets the first card and then the dealer distributes the card to the other players clockwise until each player gets two cards.

The Blinds

Every time a new round starts, two players on the table are required to place blinds, or a forced bet that initiates the bet. Without these blinds, the game would be very boring as no player would have to bet money in the round.

The player directly on the left of the dealer button places the small blind, and the player on the left places the big blind. Generally the small blind amount is the half of the big blind, although this rule varies from poker room to room and can also depend on the game being played.

Game Purpose

In the Texas Hold'em game, each player receives two faced down cards, called Hole Cards. All players keep their cards secret until the end of the betting round, which is called the showdown. Texas Hold'em is a community card game, where five cards are put in the middle of the game table to be combined with the two cards the player is holding and make the best five-card combination.

Five community cards are placed in the center of the playing table in stages: the flop, turn and river. The flop consists of the first three community cards, the turn adds one more card, and the river completes the table with one more card. These five cards are visible to all players. After all five cards have been placed on the table, the players must have the best five card combination out of the seven cards. Combination can be done by combining the two player's cards with three community cards, one player's card with four community cards or playing all community cards as a 'hand' without a single player card. The player with the best card combination wins the pot, which is the total amount of money the players have bet during the game.

First Betting Round

Action During Pre-Flop

Two cards are given faced down to each player and first round of betting begins.

The player who takes the first turn to play is the player on the left of the big blind player, and this player has three choices:

Call: equalizes the big blind bet

Raise: increase the stake according to the specific limit of the game

Fold: discards "hand" (withdraws from the bet)

If a player chooses to fold, he or she is no longer entitled to win a "hand" for that round. The amount of stake a player can raise depends on the game itself, but should generally be twice the big blind.

The next players have the same three choices: Call, Raise or Fold. To increase the stake, it must at least equal the amount of the previous raise. For example, suppose the big blind in that game is $ 10 and the first player increases the stake to $ 40 in an No-Limit Holdem game. The second player has the option to call $ 40, fold and no longer play the 'hand', or raise the bet to $ 70 according to the first raise, $ 30, calculated from the difference between the existing stake and the initial big blind.

Second Betting Round

The Flop

Three community cards are placed on the table and a new round of betting begins again.

After the first round of pre-flop betting has been completed, the second round of betting starts with the flop after the first three community cards have been placed. In this betting round, and all the rounds after this, the turn to play starts from the active player closest to the left of the dealer button. Apart from the option to bet, call, fold and raise, players also have the option to check if no player has taken betting action beforehand. In simple terms, check means passing the turn to the next player.

Third Betting Round

The Turn

The fourth community card is called the turn and a new round of betting begins again.

Turn cards are placed in an open position following the betting action in the flop. After this round is finished, another round of betting starts again, just like the previous round in play. Again, players have the option to bet, call, fold, raise and check.

Final Betting Round

The River

The last community card is called the river. River continues with a final round of betting and showdown at the end of the game.

The river card is placed faced down following the betting action in the turn. After this round is finished, another round of betting starts again, just like the previous round in play. Again, players have the option to bet, call, fold, raise and check. After all betting actions are completed, it is time for the remaining players to show their respective "hands" to determine the winner. This is called the showdown.

Showdown

The remaining players face up the two cards they hold, and with the help of the dealer, the winning "hand" is determined. The player with the best five-card combination wins the pot.

The remaining players face up the two cards they hold, and with the help of the dealer, the winning "hand" is determined. The player with the best combination wins the game.

"Hands" in Poker

Royal Flush: The Royal Flush is the best poker "hand" combination.

Consists of Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and Ten with the same suit.

Straight Flush: Five cards of consecutive numbers, all of the same suit.

When the game is tied: The top card of the order with the highest number wins.

The best possible straight flush is called a royal flush, which consists of an Ace, King, Queen, Jack, and Ten in the same suit. The royal flush is an unbeatable "hand".

Four of a Kind: Four cards of the same number, and one side card or kicker.

When the game is tied: The highest four of a kind wins. In community card games where more than one player has the same four of a kind, the highest side card (kicker) wins.

Full House: Three cards of the same number, and two cards of the same number from another number.

When the game is tied: The three cards of the highest number win the pot. In a community card game where players have three cards of the same number, two cards of the highest number win.

Flush: Five cards of the same suit.

When the game is tie: The player who holds the highest number wins. If required, the second highest, third highest, fourth highest, and fifth highest cards can be used to untie the tie. If all five cards are of the same number, the pot is split. However, card suits are never used to untie a tie in poker.

Straight: Five cards in sequence.

When the game is tied: The top card of the order with the highest number wins.

Note: Ace can be used as the top or bottom of the sequence, and is the only card that can be used as such. A, K, Q, J, and Ten are the highest straight (Ace high); 5,4,3,2, A is the lowest straight (Five high).

Three of a kind: Three cards of the same number, and two unrelated side cards.

When the play is tied: The highest three of a kind wins. In a community card game where more than one player has the same three of a kind, the highest side card, and if required, the second highest side card wins.

Two pair: Two cards of the same number, two cards of the same number from the other number, and one side card.

When the game is tied: Highest pair wins. If there is more than one player with the same highest number, the second highest pair wins. If both players have the same pairs, the highest side card wins.

One pair: Two cards of the same number, and three unrelated side cards.

When the game is tied: Highest pair wins. If more than one player has the same pair, the highest side card wins, and if needed, the second highest and third highest side cards can be used to break the tie.

High card: Another "hand" that does not meet the requirements of any of the categories above.

When the game is tied: The highest card that wins, and if required, the second highest, third highest, highest fourth and lowest cards can be used to untie the tie.

This guide covers the basics of playing Domino QQ, counting cards in the game, game rules and everything you need to know as a Domino QQ player.

Get to know domino cards

There are 28 domino cards in each round of play (maximum 6 players), each player holds 4 cards. Each card has two sides, top and bottom, which are bounded by the center line and the number of dots on each card. Each dot shows the value of the card, and the easiest way to remember all domino cards is to group the cards into 7 types of card series as below:

Series 0 (zero) dot, there are a total of 7 cards and on each card, there is a blank part without dots, it can be the top or bottom of the card.

Series 1 (one) dot, with a total of 6 cards and there is one big dot on one of the sides of each card (top or bottom):

Series 2 (two) dots, with a total of 5 cards and there are 2 dots on one of the sides of each card (top or bottom):

Series 3 (three) dots, with a total of 4 cards and there are 3 dots on one of the sides of each card (top or bottom):

Series 4 (four) dots, with a total of 3 cards and there are 4 dots on one of the sides of each card (top or bottom):

Series 5 (five) dots, with a total of 2 cards and there are 5 dots on one of the sides of each card (top or bottom):

Series 6 (six) dots, there is only 1 card that has 6 dots on the top and bottom:

Counting Domino Cards

Counting domino is done by counting the total number of dots on the card on the left plus the total number of dots on the card on the right.

Keep in mind that the highest value in this counting is 9, if the number of dots is greater than 10, 20, or 30, then the number taken is the last digit of the sum. Here's an example of how to count domino cards:

0 + 4 = 4 | 8 + 2 = 10 | 6 + 6 = 12 | 10 + 11 = 21 |

Result = 4 | Result = 0 | Result = 2 | Result = 1 |

Calculation Result

In the Domino QQ game, each player will get 4 domino cards which are divided into 2 sections. The two cards on the left are called the "Left Side" and the two cards on the right are called the "Right Side".

In this game, the value of your card is indicated by Left Side : Right Side. See the following example for details, the numbers in white circles represent the values of cards on both left and right side.

Result: 9 4 | Result: 9 8 | Result: 4 3 |

Lose | Win | Lose |

Note: You don't need to count the number of dots on the card when playing, the left and right side values will be automatically displayed in the game. The left side value can be greater than the right side value, or the two side values can be the same. In the Domino QQ 4 card game, there are 5 special mixed cards other than the common cards.

Special Cards

The special cards shown are the best cards in the domino game and the player who gets these cards will also win the jackpot. The jackpot obtained is in accordance with the purchase of the jackpot and the prize. You can view jackpot rules and prizes on the jackpot menu.

1 – Six God/ Six Deity (6666)

The highest set of special cards. If you have these cards, you will definitely win the game; no other player will have a card like this.

2 – Empat Balak/ Twin Card

The second highest set of special cards. If you have these four cards, no other player will have a similar card. You will win the game unless another player has 6666 cards.

3 – Murni Besar/ Pure Big

The third highest set of special cards. If the total number of dots on your cards is equal to or greater than 40, that means you have a Pure Big. No other player will have such a large number of cards, and you will win the game, unless another player has 6666 or Twin Card. As in the example below, the total number of dots is 41 so it is classified as a Big Pure card.

4 – Murni Kecil/ Pure Small

The fourth highest set of special cards. If the total number of dots on your cards is equal to or less than 9, then your card is a Pure Small, no other player will have small cards like this. You will win the game unless another player has 6666, Twin Card and Pure Big.

5 – 9 Ganda/ 9 Doubles

The last set of special cards is 9 Doubles or QQ which the total value of cards on both right and left side is 9, so you get a 99 card, the highest value in normal card. Other players can have the same 9 cards, and the winner is determined based on the single card with the highest value.

Example: Player with Twin Card will win, other players will compare their cards based on the highest total value, if the result is greater than 10, 20, 30, then the number taken will be the last digit of the counting result.

The picture below shows that the player on the left will win because one of the cards is 9, while the player on the right has only the highest value of 5 in one of the cards.

This tutorial explains how to play the Domino Dealer game or CEME in Southeast Asia, because you can be a player or a dealer. This game is similar to the Domino QQ game. The difference is the Domino QQ game uses 4 Domino cards, while the CEME game only uses 2 Domino cards.

Get to know domino cards

There are 28 domino cards in each round of play (maximum 6 players), each player holds 4 cards. Each card is divided into two parts, top and bottom, which are bounded by the center line and the number of dots on each card. Each dot shows the value of the card, and the easiest way to remember all domino cards is to group the cards into 7 types of card series as below:

Series 0 (zero) dot, there are a total of 7 cards and on each card, there is a blank part without dots, it can be the top or bottom of the card.

Series 1 (one) dot, with a total of 6 cards and there is one big dot on one of the sides of each card (top or bottom):

Series 2 (two) dots, with a total of 5 cards and there are 2 dots on one of the sides of each card (top or bottom):

Series 3 (three) dots, with a total of 4 cards and there are 3 dots on one of the sides of each card (top or bottom):

Series 4 (four) dots, with a total of 3 cards and there are 4 dots on one of the sides of each card (top or bottom):

Series 5 (five) dots, with a total of 2 cards and there are 5 dots on one of the sides of each card (top or bottom):

Series 6 (six) dots, there is only 1 card that has 6 dots on the top and bottom:

Distribution of cards

The CEME game can be played by 2-8 players and each player will take turns to be a dealer clockwise if the player still has enough money on the game table. The game will not start until a player becomes a dealer.

Peeping at your card

After each player is given two cards, the players are given the opportunity to peek at their respective cards. After the peek time is over, the players have to show their cards on the table.

Show Down

After all the player and dealer cards are open on the table, the counting will start between the dealer cards and the player cards. The highest card value will win the game.

Don't know who won on this table? Take a look at the explanation below

How to Count CEME Winner

To find out the count in this game, you just need to count the total number of dots on the card on the left side and add it up to the number of dots on the card on the right side.

Remember that the highest value is 9, if the result is greater than 10, 20, 30, then the last digit of the counting result is taken. Here's an example of how to count the cards:

0 + 4 = 4 | 8 + 2 = 10 | 6 + 6 = 12 | 10 + 11 = 21 |

Result = 4 | Result = 0 | Result = 2 | Result = 1 |

Determining the (S) Winners

In the CEME game, the winner is determined by the highest value. Take a look at the example below for a more detailed explanation. In this example, the player will be marked with a blue box and the dealer with a purple box:

Player Wins

If the player's total card value is greater than the dealer's, the dealer will pay the player's bet amount.

Dealer Wins

If the dealer's total card value is greater than the player's, the dealer will take the stake that the player has placed.

Series - Dealer Wins

The dealer will always win if the dealer's card value is the same as the player's.

Q Card - Player Wins

If the player has 9 points, the dealer must pay double the amount bet by the player.

Q Card - Dealer Wins

If the dealer has 9 points, then the dealer takes all players' bet money including the player who has the highest value.

3 - Special Cards as a Bonus

The special cards in the CEME game can only be used for bonus. Because the special cards must add up to be 4 in order to win the jackpot, the winning combination is determined by the dealer's and player's cards. You can buy bonus only if you are a player.

Note: If the combination of player's and dealer's cards forms one of the special card combinations below, then the player or dealer who has bought bonus in that round will get the bonus.

1 – Six God/ Six Deity (6666)

There are only 4 out of 28 domino cards that have 6 dots. The combination of player's and dealer's cards must be as below.

2 – Empat Balak/ Twin Card

The top and bottom of the card have the same number of dots, including the blank. The combination of player's and dealer's cards must be as below.

3 – Murni Besar/ Pure Big

Third place special cards. If your total number of dots is greater than 40, then you have a Pure Big, no other player will have large number of cards like this. The combination of player's and dealer's cards must be as below.

4 – Murni Kecil/ Pure Small

Fourth place special cards. If the total number of dots is equal to or less than 9, then your card is a Pure Small, no other player will have small number of cards like this. The combination of player's and dealer's cards must be as below.

Now you can start playing! Good luck and have fun !!

How to Play CAPSA

In the CAPSA game, each player will be given 13 cards, the players must arrange their cards into 3 levels / lines. The first line consists of five cards. The second line also consists of five cards, and the third line consists of three cards. The winning "hand" combination is determined based on the Poker "hand" combination, for example: Pair, Two Pair, Straight, Flush, etc.

If you wish to exit or end the game, click the "Stand Up" button to leave your seat.

How to Play CAPSA - as a Player

If you wish to play as a player (not a dealer), select and click on an empty seat and please wait until the game starts betting.

Click the button to see your card in order of the smallest to the largest number.

Click the button to see your cards in order of suit.

* If you get a special card (Dragon card, Staright Flush, Four of a Kind), you will be counted as winning in that round, without comparing the three levels of cards, as long as the arrangement of the cards is not wrong.

Poker "Hand" Combinations

High Card : The highest card in the line without any other combination. The highest score is Ace

Pair : Two cards of the same number/ value (example: 3 Spades, 3 Hearts, and 3 Diamonds)

Two Pair : Two pairs in a row (example: 8 Spades, 8 Diamonds and 3 Spades, 3 Diamonds)

Three of a kind : Three cards of the same number(example: 3 Spades and 3 Diamonds)

Straight : Five cards of consecutive number (example: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

Flush : Five cards of the same suit (example: 5 Diamonds cards)

Full House : Three of a Kind and Pair in one "hand" (example: 3, 3, 3, 5, 5)

Four of a Kind : Four cards of the same number(example: 4, 4, 4, 4, Ace)

Straight flush : Five cards in sequence of the same suit (example: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Spades)

Royal Flush : Straight Ace with the same suit (example: 10, J, Q, K, Ace Hearts)

Special card combinations (wins when laid out correctly):

CAPSA (Dragon Card)

The Dragon card is the highest “hand” in the CAPSA game.

Examples of Dragon cards: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, J, Q, K, A (13 cards in your "hand").

Straight Flush

Straight Flush is the second highest combination.

Examples of Straight Flush: A, 2, 3, 4, 5 (consecutive with the same suit).

If two players have a straight flush of the same number, the winner is determined based on the higher suit. Suit rank (from highest to lowest): Spade, Heart, Club, Diamond.

Four of a Kind

Four of a Kind is the third highest combination.

Example of Four of a Kind: 5, 5, 5, 5, K

Regular card combinations:

Full House

Full House is the fourth highest combination.

Full House Rank is determined by comparing the Three of a Kind of each hand.

Example:

Dealer: 7 7 7 K K (Full House 7)

Player: A A A 2 2 (Full House A)

The player wins the game because the player's card is Full House Ace

Flush

Flush is the fifth highest combination.

If there are two players who have a Flush, the player with the higher suit wins, but if the suits are the same, the card numbers will be compared.

Suit rank (from highest to lowest): Spade, Heart, Club, Diamond.

Example:

Dealer: A, 8, 9, 10, J (Heart)

Player: K, 7, 2, 3, 6 (Spade)

The player wins the game because the dealer's card is a Heart Flush while the player's card is a Spade Flush.

Straight

Straight is the sixth highest combination.

If the dealer or player has Straight in their deck, Straight rank is determined by comparing the highest card for each "hand".

Suit rank (from highest to lowest): Spade, Heart, Club, Diamond.

Example:

Dealer: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

Player: A, 2, 3, 4, 5

The dealer wins the game because the dealer's highest straight number is up to 9 while the player's highest straight number only reaches 5.

If the dealer's and player's card numbers are the same, then the winner will be determined based on the suit of the cards.

Example:

Dealer: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 (card symbol 9 is Heart)

Player: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 (card symbol 9 is Club)

The dealer wins the game because the dealer's straight suit is Heart which is higher than the Club suit.

Three of a Kind:

Three of a Kind is the seventh highest combination.

Example:

Dealer: 7, 7, 7, K, 8 (Three of a Kind 7)

Player: 5, 5, 5, K, A (Three of a Kind 5)

The dealer wins the game because the dealer's Three of a Kind is number 7.

Two Pair:

Two Pair is the eighth highest combination.

If player and / or dealer have one Two Pair each, the winner is determined based on the highest suit pair. Suit (from highest to lowest): Spade, Heart, Club, Diamond.

Example:

Dealer: 7 7 K K 8 (Two Pair Ks and 7s)

Player: 9 9 2 2 A (Two Pair 9s and 2s)

The dealer wins the game because the dealer has the higher combination which is the K pair.

If the player and the dealer have the same Two Pair, it will be determined by the suit first.

Pair Card:

If the player or dealer has a Pair, the higher number Pair wins.

Example:

Dealer: K K 8 (Pair K)

Player: A A 5 (Pair A)

The player wins the game because the player's Pair is Ace.

If the player or the dealer has a Pair of the same number, the winner is determined based on the highest suit of the Pair. Suit rank (from highest to lowest): Spade, Heart, Club, Diamond.

High Card:

If the player or dealer has a High Card “hand”, the card with the highest number wins. If tied, the next highest card is also compared.

Example:

Dealer: A 10 5 (High Card A)

Player: A 10 6 (High Card A)

The player wins the game because the player's High Card Ace followed by 10 and 6.

If the player or dealer has the same number cards, the winner is determined based on the highest suit of cards.

Dealer: A 10 5 (High Card Ace with Heart)

Player: A 10 5 (High Card Ace with Club)

The dealer wins the game because the dealer's card is the Heart which is ranked higher than the Club.

Suit rank (from highest to lowest): Spade, Heart, Club, Diamond.

Now you can start playing! Good luck and have fun !!

Point Count

Normal : +1

Top row Triple: +3

Middle row Full House: +3

Bottom row Four of a Kind: +5

Middle row Four of a Kind: +10

Bottom row Straight Flush: +7

Middle row Straight Flush: +14

Bottom row Royal Straight Flush: +11

Middle row Royal Straight Flush: +22

Dragon : +52

If one player wins in all rows (bottom row, middle row, top row) then gets 2x points.

This tutorial explains how to play the Domino Dealer game or CEME in Southeast Asia, because you can be a player or a dealer. This game is similar to the Domino QQ game. The difference is the Domino QQ game uses 4 Domino cards, while the CEME game only uses 2 Domino cards.

Get to know domino cards

There are 28 domino cards in each round of play (maximum 6 players), each player holds 4 cards. Each card is divided into two parts, top and bottom, which are bounded by the center line and the number of dots on each card. Each dot shows the value of the card, and the easiest way to remember all domino cards is to group the cards into 7 types of card series as below:

Series 0 (zero) dot, there are a total of 7 cards and on each card, there is a blank part without dots, it can be the top or bottom of the card.

Series 1 (one) dot, with a total of 6 cards and there is one big dot on one of the sides of each card (top or bottom):

Series 2 (two) dots, with a total of 5 cards and there are 2 dots on one of the sides of each card (top or bottom):

Series 3 (three) dots, with a total of 4 cards and there are 3 dots on one of the sides of each card (top or bottom):

Series 4 (four) dots, with a total of 3 cards and there are 4 dots on one of the sides of each card (top or bottom):

Series 5 (five) dots, with a total of 2 cards and there are 5 dots on one of the sides of each card (top or bottom):

Series 6 (six) dots, there is only 1 card that has 6 dots on the top and bottom:

Distribution of cards

The CEME game can be played by 2-8 players and each player will take turns to be a dealer clockwise if the player still has enough money on the game table. The game will not start until a player becomes a dealer.

Peeping at your card

After each player is given two cards, the players are given the opportunity to peek at their respective cards. After the peek time is over, the players have to show their cards on the table.

Show Down

After all the player and dealer cards are open on the table, the counting will start between the dealer cards and the player cards. The highest card value will win the game.

Don't know who won on this table? Take a look at the explanation below

How to Count CEME Winner

To find out the count in this game, you just need to count the total number of dots on the card on the left side and add it up to the number of dots on the card on the right side.

Remember that the highest value is 9, if the result is greater than 10, 20, 30, then the last digit of the counting result is taken. Here's an example of how to count the cards:

0 + 4 = 4 | 8 + 2 = 10 | 6 + 6 = 12 | 10 + 11 = 21 |

Result = 4 | Result = 0 | Result = 2 | Result = 1 |

Determining the (S) Winners

In the CEME game, the winner is determined by the highest value. Take a look at the example below for a more detailed explanation. In this example, the player will be marked with a blue box and the dealer with a purple box:

Player Wins

If the player's total card value is greater than the dealer's, the dealer will pay the player's bet amount.

Dealer Wins

If the dealer's total card value is greater than the player's, the dealer will take the stake that the player has placed.

Series - Dealer Wins

The dealer will always win if the dealer's card value is the same as the player's.

Q Card - Player Wins

If the player has 9 points, the dealer must pay double the amount bet by the player.

Q Card - Dealer Wins

If the dealer has 9 points, then the dealer takes all players' bet money including the player who has the highest value.

3 - Special Cards as a Bonus

The special cards in the CEME game can only be used for bonus. Because the special cards must add up to be 4 in order to win the jackpot, the winning combination is determined by the dealer's and player's cards. You can buy bonus only if you are a player.

Note: If the combination of player's and dealer's cards forms one of the special card combinations below, then the player or dealer who has bought bonus in that round will get the bonus.

1 – Six God/ Six Deity (6666)

There are only 4 out of 28 domino cards that have 6 dots. The combination of player's and dealer's cards must be as below.

2 – Empat Balak/ Twin Card

The top and bottom of the card have the same number of dots, including the blank. The combination of player's and dealer's cards must be as below.

3 – Murni Besar/ Pure Big

Third place special cards. If your total number of dots is greater than 40, then you have a Pure Big, no other player will have large number of cards like this. The combination of player's and dealer's cards must be as below.

4 – Murni Kecil/ Pure Small

Fourth place special cards. If the total number of dots is equal to or less than 9, then your card is a Pure Small, no other player will have small number of cards like this. The combination of player's and dealer's cards must be as below.

Now you can start playing! Good luck and have fun !!

How to Play CAPSA

In the CAPSA game, each player will be given 13 cards, the players must arrange their cards into 3 levels / lines. The first line consists of five cards. The second line also consists of five cards, and the third line consists of three cards. The winning "hand" combination is determined based on the Poker "hand" combination, for example: Pair, Two Pair, Straight, Flush, etc.

If you wish to exit or end the game, click the "Stand Up" button to leave your seat.

How to Play CAPSA - as a Player

If you wish to play as a player (not a dealer), select and click on an empty seat and please wait until the game starts betting.

Click the button to see your card in order of the smallest to the largest number.

Click the button to see your cards in order of suit.

* If you get a special card (Dragon card, Staright Flush, Four of a Kind), you will be counted as winning in that round, without comparing the three levels of cards, as long as the arrangement of the cards is not wrong.

Poker "Hand" Combinations

High Card : The highest card in the line without any other combination. The highest score is Ace

Pair : Two cards of the same number/ value (example: 3 Spades, 3 Hearts, and 3 Diamonds)

Two Pair : Two pairs in a row (example: 8 Spades, 8 Diamonds and 3 Spades, 3 Diamonds)

Three of a kind : Three cards of the same number(example: 3 Spades and 3 Diamonds)

Straight : Five cards of consecutive number (example: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

Flush : Five cards of the same suit (example: 5 Diamonds cards)

Full House : Three of a Kind and Pair in one "hand" (example: 3, 3, 3, 5, 5)

Four of a Kind : Four cards of the same number(example: 4, 4, 4, 4, Ace)

Straight flush : Five cards in sequence of the same suit (example: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Spades)

Royal Flush : Straight Ace with the same suit (example: 10, J, Q, K, Ace Hearts)

Special card combinations (wins when laid out correctly):

CAPSA (Dragon Card)

The Dragon card is the highest “hand” in the CAPSA game.

Examples of Dragon cards: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, J, Q, K, A (13 cards in your "hand").

Straight Flush

Straight Flush is the second highest combination.

Examples of Straight Flush: A, 2, 3, 4, 5 (consecutive with the same suit).

If two players have a straight flush of the same number, the winner is determined based on the higher suit. Suit rank (from highest to lowest): Spade, Heart, Club, Diamond.

Four of a Kind

Four of a Kind is the third highest combination.

Example of Four of a Kind: 5, 5, 5, 5, K

Regular card combinations:

Full House

Full House is the fourth highest combination.

Full House Rank is determined by comparing the Three of a Kind of each hand.

Example:

Dealer: 7 7 7 K K (Full House 7)

Player: A A A 2 2 (Full House A)

The player wins the game because the player's card is Full House Ace

Flush

Flush is the fifth highest combination.

If there are two players who have a Flush, the player with the higher suit wins, but if the suits are the same, the card numbers will be compared.

Suit rank (from highest to lowest): Spade, Heart, Club, Diamond.

Example:

Dealer: A, 8, 9, 10, J (Heart)

Player: K, 7, 2, 3, 6 (Spade)

The player wins the game because the dealer's card is a Heart Flush while the player's card is a Spade Flush.

Straight

Straight is the sixth highest combination.

If the dealer or player has Straight in their deck, Straight rank is determined by comparing the highest card for each "hand".

Suit rank (from highest to lowest): Spade, Heart, Club, Diamond.

Example:

Dealer: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

Player: A, 2, 3, 4, 5

The dealer wins the game because the dealer's highest straight number is up to 9 while the player's highest straight number only reaches 5.

If the dealer's and player's card numbers are the same, then the winner will be determined based on the suit of the cards.

Example:

Dealer: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 (card symbol 9 is Heart)

Player: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 (card symbol 9 is Club)

The dealer wins the game because the dealer's straight suit is Heart which is higher than the Club suit.

Three of a Kind:

Three of a Kind is the seventh highest combination.

Example:

Dealer: 7, 7, 7, K, 8 (Three of a Kind 7)

Player: 5, 5, 5, K, A (Three of a Kind 5)

The dealer wins the game because the dealer's Three of a Kind is number 7.

Two Pair:

Two Pair is the eighth highest combination.

If player and / or dealer have one Two Pair each, the winner is determined based on the highest suit pair. Suit (from highest to lowest): Spade, Heart, Club, Diamond.

Example:

Dealer: 7 7 K K 8 (Two Pair Ks and 7s)

Player: 9 9 2 2 A (Two Pair 9s and 2s)

The dealer wins the game because the dealer has the higher combination which is the K pair.

If the player and the dealer have the same Two Pair, it will be determined by the suit first.

Pair Card:

If the player or dealer has a Pair, the higher number Pair wins.

Example:

Dealer: K K 8 (Pair K)

Player: A A 5 (Pair A)

The player wins the game because the player's Pair is Ace.

If the player or the dealer has a Pair of the same number, the winner is determined based on the highest suit of the Pair. Suit rank (from highest to lowest): Spade, Heart, Club, Diamond.

High Card:

If the player or dealer has a High Card “hand”, the card with the highest number wins. If tied, the next highest card is also compared.

Example:

Dealer: A 10 5 (High Card A)

Player: A 10 6 (High Card A)

The player wins the game because the player's High Card Ace followed by 10 and 6.

If the player or dealer has the same number cards, the winner is determined based on the highest suit of cards.

Dealer: A 10 5 (High Card Ace with Heart)

Player: A 10 5 (High Card Ace with Club)

The dealer wins the game because the dealer's card is the Heart which is ranked higher than the Club.

Suit rank (from highest to lowest): Spade, Heart, Club, Diamond.

Now you can start playing! Good luck and have fun !!

Point Count

Normal : +1

Top row Triple: +3

Middle row Full House: +3

Bottom row Four of a Kind: +5

Middle row Four of a Kind: +10

Bottom row Straight Flush: +7

Middle row Straight Flush: +14

Bottom row Royal Straight Flush: +11

Middle row Royal Straight Flush: +22

Dragon : +52

If one player wins in all rows (bottom row, middle row, top row) then gets 2x points.

Introduction

Pot Limit Omaha is another variation of the card game derived from Texas Hold'em Poker. Players will be given 4 cards (Hole Cards) after placing the bet and 5 community cards will be distributed afterwards. Players must have the best 5 cards, where the cards are a combination of 2 Hole Cards and 3 Community Cards.

Dealer Button

This button is to determine which player will be the Dealer on the table. In this game, the player on the right of the dealer will be the last player to make a decision (such as a raise, call, etc).

Bet (The Blinds)

Before starting a new round of game, 2 players on the table are required to place a bet to start the game. 1 player on the left of the dealer will place the minimum bet (Small Blind), and the player on the left of the Small Blind will place the maximum bet (Big Blind).

Mandatory Bet (Antes)

Pot Limit Omaha game also has Antes. This is the mandatory bet where all the players on the table must place before the game starts. Antes will be performed before The Blinds.

Bet Limits in Pot Limit Omaha

Action During Pre-Flop

The minimum stake to raise in Pot Limit Omaha is the Big Blind.

Minimum Raise Number: The minimum raise number is the same as the previous player's bet or the same as the bet in the ongoing game.

Maximum Raise Number: The maximum raise number is the total number in the Pot plus the total bet on the table and plus the nominal call that must be made before the player raises.

Example: The Big Blind number is 1,000. After the flop, the number in the pot is 3,000. When Player 1 bets 2,000, Player 2 can now raise up to a maximum of 9,000. This is because the 2nd Player must call 2,000 plus all the total bets on the table, which is 3,000 (in the pot) + 2,000 (player 1's bet amount) = 7,000 (the total pot now before the 2nd player's raise).

Game Sequence

Antes and the Blinds are placed first, 4 cards are given to each player (Hole Cards). The first bet starts from the player on the left of the Dealer button (moves clockwise). Then, the Flop card will be displayed, these are the first 3 cards from the 5 community cards that will be displayed on the table. The second bet starts from the player on the left of the Dealer button. Then, the Turn card will be displayed. The third bet begins. Then, the River card will be displayed as the last of the 5 community cards. The 4th or last bet is made.

Bet Round

Each player will have 1 chance to make decision which is carried out in a clockwise direction. Starting from the player on the left of the Dealer button or the player on the left of the Big Blind (for the first bet round).

Each player in his/her chance must make 1 of the following 3 choices:

Check: Do not make any decision and the chance will be given to the next player. This option can be made if the game is in NO BET, NO RAISE or CALL

Call: Adjust the bet amount with other players

Bet/Raise: Increase the bet amount to a specific amount in the game

Fold: Throw away Hole Cards and give up the game

Determination

After the last bet is over, all players will show their cards. The best player card will be declared the winner.

Winner

The winner determined is the player who has the best 5 cards. The 5 cards are a compulsory combination of 2 Hole Cards and 3 Community Cards.

5 Best Card Combinations: Starting from the card that has the highest value to the lowest.

1. Royal Flush : This is the best card combination.

This combination consists of Ace, King, Queen, Jack and card 10 with the same suit.

2. Straight Flush : A combination of 5 cards in sequence with the same suit

If in the "Draw" case: The highest card in the sequence wins. The best possibility of a Straight Flush is the Royal Flush, which consists of an Ace, King, Queen, Jack and a 10-digit card of the same suit. Royal Flush is a card combination that cannot be beaten.

3. Four of a Kind : A combination of 4 cards with the same number and 1 other card as a "kicker"

If in the "Draw" case: The highest card in the Four of a kind is the winner.

4. Full House : A combination of 3 cards with the same number and another 2 cards with the same number.

If in the "Draw" case: 3 cards with the highest number are the winners. If several players have the same winning combination on the community cards, the winner will be determined by the 2 other cards.

5. Flush : A combination of 5 cards of the same suit

If in the "Draw" case: The player who has the highest card wins. If required, the second highest, third fourth or fifth cards can be used to determine the winner. However, the symbol of the card itself cannot be used to determine the winner.

6. Straight : A combination of 5 cards in sequence.

If in the "Draw" case: The player who has the highest number in the sequence wins. Note: Ace card can be used as the highest or lowest card in the sequence. And only Ace cards can be used in the following combinations

- A,K,Q,J,10 (Ace card becomes the highest card)

- 5,4,3,2,A (Ace card becomes the lowest card)

7. Three of a kind : A combination of 3 cards with the same number and 2 other cards.

If in the "Draw" case: The player who has the highest number in the same 3 cards is the winner. If several players have the same winning combination on the community cards, then the winner will be determined by the other highest card. And if needed, the second highest card will be determined as the winner.

8. Two Pair : A combination of 2 pairs of cards with 2 different numbers and 1 other card.

If in the "Draw" case: the player who has the highest pair of cards wins. If several players have the same pair of cards, the second highest pair of cards wins. If players have both pairs of cards that are exactly the same, the winner will be determined by the 1 other card.

9. One Pair : A combination of 2 cards of the same number and 3 other cards.

If in the "Draw" case: The player who has the highest pair of cards wins. If several players have the same pair of cards, the winner will be determined by the 3 other cards. And if needed, the second or third highest card can be used to determine the winner.

10. High Card : The highest card number obtained from a random combination

If in the "Draw" case: The player who has the highest card number will be the winner. And if needed, the second, third, fourth highest card or the card with the smallest value can be used to determine the winner.

BACCARAT GAME BASICS

Baccarat is a game that is growing in popularity among online casinos. Despite the strict rules of baccarat and following seemingly complicated directions, Baccarat is a very simple gambling game in CASINO, all you have to do is place bets on the Player or Banker before it starts. Even though you are making money by gambling with great effort. It is better to know what you are doing before you start to play at any online casino. If not mistaken, please visit our forums often and read posts from other users.

BACCARAT RULES

The Baccarat game involves two people, the banker is also known as DEALER, and the player is known as PLAYER. Up to 14 people on the BACCARAT table can place bets on either the banker or the player to win. BACCARAT's main objective is to get as close as possible to the value of 9 on the total card. Note, it's impossible to have a total of more than 9. If the player's or banker's cards have a total value of 10 or higher, then 10 will be deducted from the total. Here are the individual card values in baccarat: 2 to 9 = face value. 10, J, Q, K = 0 and Ace = 1. For example, if you have 6 + 5 on hand, your score would be 11 = 1.

The third card may be given to one or both players (Player) and (Banker) according to the 3 rules below.

THIRD CARD DRAWING RULES FOR PLAYERS

1. If one of the player's or banker's cards has a total of 8 or 9 on the first two cards, no cards will be drawn. Usually this is called NATURAL WIN.

2. If the player's total is 6 or 7, the player's card will not be drawn again.

3. If the player's total is less than or equal to 5 then a third card will be drawn.

THIRD CARD DRAWING RULES

1. If the banker's total is 3 then the banker draws a third card unless the player's third cards is 8.

2. If the banker's total is 4 then the banker draws a third card unless the player's third card is 0,1,8, or 9.

3. If the banker's total is 5 then the banker draws a third card if the player's third card is 4,5,6, or 7.

4. If the banker's total is 6 then the banker draws a third card if the player's third card is 6 or 7.

5. If the banker's total is 7 then banker STANDS / no longer withdraws.

Introduction

Super10 is a simple game that takes the idea from the Samgong game or three pictures, the difference is that this game is played between players while Samgong is played with the dealer.

At the beginning of the game, each player will be given two cards and after that one card will be distributed further so that the total cards are three cards for each player.

Ante

Before the game round begins, all players are required to place bets to start the game. Without this initial bet, the game would be very boring because no one is required to put money into the pot.

Game Purpose

The goal of this game is to get the highest value from the number of cards in the hand with the highest value of 10, the number of calculations you can see in the example of cards in the next explanation.

The game moves clockwise, starting from the left of the dealer button (the player who won the previous period). In general, before the cards are distributed, all players will place an ante (ante is a mandatory bet for all players before the game starts) according to the value that has been determined on the table list before you enter the game.

In this game, each player will get two cards at the beginning of the game, after that one card will be distributed again so that the player will hold 3 cards in the hand and the player who has the highest combination of total values will win the game.

Order of the highest cards:

1. Three Picture

A combination of 3 cards of the same number

Example of combination:

2. Any Three Picture

A combination of King, Queen or Jack cards, with any symbols (Hearts, Spades, Diamonds, Clubs)

Example of combination:

3. Super 10

A combination of King, Queen or Jack cards, with any symbols (Hearts, Spades, Diamonds, Clubs)

Example of combination:

4. Value Ten

A combination of 3 cards with a total of 20 and 30, a Q J K card having a value of 10.

Example of combination:

5. Value 9

A combination of 3 cards with a total of 9.

Example of combination:

6. Value 8

A combination of 3 cards with a total of 8.

Example of combination:

7. Value 7

A combination of 3 cards with a total of 7.

Example of combination:

8. Value 6

A combination of 3 cards with a total of 6.

Example of combination:

9. Value 5

A combination of 3 cards with a total of 5.

Example of combination:

10. Value 4

A combination of 3 cards with a total of 4.

Example of combination:

11. Value 3

A combination of 3 cards with a total of 3.

Example of combination:

12. Value 2

A combination of 3 cards with a total of 2.

Example of combination:

13. Value 1

A combination of 3 cards with a total of 1.

Example of combination:

Note:

If the total of the card consists of 2 digits, the last digit will be taken as its value. and for cards J Q K will have a value of 10 at the time of addition.

If there are 2 or more players who have the same value (the highest value in the round) then the winner will be determined by the player who has the highest card (K - A) and if the highest card is the same then the winner will be determined by the symbol of the highest card (1. Spade, 2. Heart, 3. Club and 4. Diamond)

Have a nice play !!