Dragon Tiger

Dragon Tiger is a table game that decides whether to win or lose by the size of the board. The ease of the game makes the player love it regardless of men, women or elder. The size of the card is not more than the color of the suit, only the number of points, the maximum is K, the minimum is A, no more than the suit, only the number of points, the same number of points.

In Dragon Tiger game,the number of points in each hand is the last digit of the sum of the points of all the cards in the hand. It can be seen that there will be 7 points in a hand with 8 and 9 (because 8+9=17). It can be seen that the ten-point card and the face-to-face card are counted as zeros and only the last digit is counted. The dragon tiger game player face card and the ten-point card are counted as 0 (zero); Ace (A) counts as 1; the remaining cards are calculated in terms of their face value.

The number of points in each hand is the last digit of the sum of the points of all the cards in the hand. It can be seen that there will be 7 points in a hand with 8 and 9 (because 8+9=17). It can be seen that the ten-point card and the face card are counted as zeros and only the last digit is counted, so that the value of 10 is zero (0). The number of cards must be in the range of 0 to 9. Unlike the blackjack, the game is not “exploding”.

Since the purpose of each hand is to get the number of points closet to 9 points, it is best to get the first two cards for the first time to get a total of 8 or 9 points. This is called “King of Heaven”. If either party wins the king, both parties must stop taking the cards. Of course, the only thing that can knock down Uranus is 8 o’clock.

Both the dragon and the tiger will receive two cards facing up. If one of the hands is King, the hand wins. If both hands are kings, a higher number of points is a convenient win. If the points of the two-handed ace are the same, it is a draw.

If the dragon or the tiger did not get the king, then the game will continue from the dragon.

When the dragon scored 6 or 7 points, the tiger stopped taking the cards. If the dragon holds less than 6 points, the tiger will take one more card.

Now it is the turn of the tiger. When the total number of points in the first two cards of the dragon is 6 or 7, the card is stopped. If the total number of points held by the tiger is 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5, the dragon must take the card; if the total number of points held by the dragon is 6 or 7, the dragon stops taking cards.

However, if the player takes a third card, the bookmaker’s game will become more interesting. In this case, if the dealer’s point is 7 points, the dealer will stop taking the card; but if the dealer gets 6 or less, the dealer will decide whether to take one more card depending on the player’s points.

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