Andar Bahar Rules
In Andar Bahar one deck of 52 cards is used and, again, a player has a 50/50 chance to win. The players in the game pick one of two sides of the gaming table in the Bahar, which means outside in Hindi and is the right side, or the Andar, which means inside in Hindi and is the left side. The main goal of the game is for the player to predict which side the same card that is shown by the dealer after shuffling will show up on.
To begin with, the dealer in the game shuffles the cards and then cuts them to show the card that you and other players can see. The dealer will then place that card in the middle of the table. You do not have long after this, as you have to place your wager on if the first card with the same value will show up on the Andar (left) or Bahar (right) side of the table. Cards are dealt out to the two betting spots of Andar and Bahar If the first card is a suit that is black being spades or clubs the dealing will begin from the Andar side. If the first card is a suit that is black being hearts of diamond the dealing will begin from the Bahar side.
After the side of the table where the dealing starts has been determined the cards are dealt in alternative fashion between the two sides, as you watch to see if you made the right pick. When there is a card with the identical card value that the dealer showed when first cutting the cards before dealing appears the round is over with the dealer paying winners and collecting all of the losing bets.
Here is an easy to follow example of an Andar Bahar hand:
The dealer cuts the card and 6 is shown. You then make the bet of Andar and the dealer shuffles the cards or is automatically done if playing online. The cards are alternatively dealt to each side and another 6 is dealt to the Andar side. This means you win the bet since you correctly chose that the same card value would be on the Andar side. Conversely, all of the bets on the Bahar side are losers and the dealer will collect those wagers.