How to Play Dragon Tiger on JeetWin

Dragon Tiger

What is Dragon Tiger?

Dragon Tiger is a popular online casino game and is especially popular among the casino aficionados because of its simplicity, and the fast-paced nature of the game. In Dragon Tiger, there are two sides on the table – the Dragon side, and the Tiger side, and you place your bets on either the Dragon’s hand, the Tiger’s hand, or on the possibility of a tie.

Basic Rules

The rules of Dragon Tiger are simple. At JeetWin, the dealer deals one card to the Dragon’s side, and one card to the Tiger’s side. Cards are usually dealt from a 6 – deck or an 8 – deck shoe, and the first card while drawing is usually placed in a different shoe, to remove any possibility of predictable draws. The first card is always dealt to the Dragon side, and the second to the Tiger side. The bets must be placed on either the Dragon hand, the Tiger hand or on the possibility of a tie before the cards are dealt.

In Dragon Tiger, the value of an Ace is one. The value assigned to the Joker card is 11, a Queen is 12, and a King is 13. For either the Dragon hand or Tiger hand to win, the bet has to be on the hand whose value is the highest.

Game Terms

Dragon hand – The card that is dealt to the Dragon side.

Tiger hand – The card that is dealt to the Tiger side.

Tie – If the value of the Dragon’s hand is equal to the value of the Tiger’s hand, then it is considered a tie.

Placing Bets

Before the dealer deals the cards, you will hear, “Start betting”, upon which the participants place their bets on either the Dragon’s side, the Tiger’s side or on the possibility of a tie. The participants can choose the betting amount from the chips available, or input their betting amount. The betting period closes when the dealer says, “Stop betting. No betting in this game”. The dealer proceeds to place one card on the table, and immediately puts it into a shoe.

This is done to remove any possibility of a predictable draw. The dealer deals a card to the Dragon’s side with its face up, and then deals a card to the Tiger’s side. Once the cards are dealt, the losing bets are collected, and the dealer pays out the winnings. In case of a tie, when the participant either bets on a Dragon’s hand or a Tiger’s hand, the house takes 50% of every wager that has been placed.

Table Minimums and Maximums

The table limit for Dragon Tiger on JeetWin is Rs. 50,000,000.

If the participant chooses the table minimum to be Rs. 200, then the table maximum for the Dragon’s hand and the Tiger’s hand is Rs. 10,000. The table maximum for a tie is Rs. 1,250.

If the participant chooses the table minimum to be Rs. 300, then the table maximum for the Dragon’s hand and the Tiger’s hand is Rs. 30,000. The table maximum for a tie is Rs. 3,750.

If the participant chooses the table minimum to be Rs. 500, then the table maximum for the Dragon’s hand and the Tiger’s hand is Rs. 50,000. The table maximum for a tie is Rs. 6,250.

If the participant chooses the table minimum to be Rs. 1,000, then the table maximum for the Dragon’s hand and the Tiger’s hand is Rs. 50,000. The table maximum for a tie is Rs. 6,250.

Pay-out Amounts

A bet placed on the Dragon hand, if it wins, gets an even money pay-out on the initial bet. That is, if the participant bets 1000 rupees on the Dragon hand and wins, they will get back rupees 2000.

A bet placed on the Tiger hand, if it wins, gets an even money pay-out. That is, if the participant bets 1000 rupees on the Tiger hand and wins, they will get back rupees 2000.

A bet on a tie, if it wins, pays 8:1. That is, if the participant bets rupees 200 on a tie and wins, they will get a pay-out of rupees 1800.

Now let us look at some game plays to understand better.

You visit your favorite online casino Jeetwin.com and decide to play Dragon Tiger. You join our live

Dragon Tiger table and place a bet of Rs. 200 on Tiger’s hand. Cards are dealt, and Dragon’s hand receives 3, while the Tiger hand receives 4. The Tiger hand wins the round and you get Rs. 200 plus your bet amount of Rs. 200.

You place a bet of Rs 1,000 on Dragon’s hand. Cards are dealt, and Dragon’s hand receives a King, while the Tiger hand receives 10. The Dragon hand wins the round and you get Rs. 1,000 along with your bet amount of Rs. 1,000.

You place a bet of Rs. 2,000 on Tiger’s hand. Cards are dealt, and the Dragon hand receives 7, while the Tiger hand receives 7 as well. It’s a tie, and Rs. 1,000 is returned to you.

You place a bet of Rs. 1,000 on the possibility of a tie. Cards are dealt, and the Dragon hand receives 5, while the Tiger hand also receives a 5. It’s a tie, and you win Rs. 8,000, plus your bet amount of Rs. 1,000.

Now you have all the information that you need to play Dragon Tiger at JeetWin! We hope you register with us to enjoy the game and play responsibly. Also, you may follow our blog posts for more casino and sports-related articles!

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