Dragon Tiger is not a game commonly found at Las Vegas casino floors. However, this simple card game is very popular in Asian casinos, in places like Macau and Cambodia particularly. If you don’t have access to these destinations, do not worry. SA Gaming will solve your problem by giving you the chance to try out live dealer Dragon Tiger from the comfort of your home. SA Gaming Live Dragon Tiger Shanghai is available on the Live Casino House website and represents one of the better options offered to the Asian audience when it comes to this speedy, simple gambling game.
Numerous fans of card games and experts on the subject refer to Dragon Tiger as a two-card version of baccarat. They are not mistaken, as Dragon Tiger is indeed very much like baccarat, except that the two opposite sides battle with one card each. The dragon and the tiger are two powerful creatures from the Chinese culture, which is why their presence is important on the betting table. Live Dragon Tiger Shanghai depends on pure luck, but offers customers attractive opportunities to place wagers and enhance their balance should good fortune take their side.
The game is played with 8 decks of 52 cards, without jokers. The players are given a specific period of time to place their bets after which the croupier deals one card to the Dragon and then one to the Tiger. The points are completed after that initial drawing of the cards. Live Dragon Tiger Shanghai gives the players a 20-second window to decide which bets to wager on. Deciding shouldn’t be hard as there are three basic bets in the game: Dragon, Tiger and Tie. The card with the higher value wins. When there is a tie, none of the two entities wins, only the players who have placed their bets on Tie.
The dealer does not represent either Dragon or Tiger. She only deals the cards and announces the winning points. Suits are not considered. The King is the highest card and it has the value of 13 points. Players who believe roadmaps may lead them to more frequent wins may keep track of the outcomes of previous rounds on the side. Payoffs are given at even odds for all winning bets on Tiger or Dragon, whereas Tie pays 8 to1.
Live Dragon Tiger Shanghai is an ideal live dealer game for novices. It has the simplest rules one could ever ask for in a card gambling game. While some variants of live casino Dragon Tiger include additional bets like Suited Tie or Big/Small, the one provided by SA Gaming sticks with the basics. One needs to keep in mind that the Ace is the lowest card, and the rest is a picnic.