Evoplay launches new Indian card game Andar Nights

Evoplay launches new Indian card game Andar Nights

Leading software developer to the iGaming industry, Evoplay, has announced the launch of a brand new Indian card game addition to its table games portfolio, Andar Nights.

Andar Nights is a new RNG table game on the market that is based around the popular Andar Bahar format involving a single deck of cards and one exposed card as a joker.

This innovative title from a leading developer introduces players to the ‘charming’ Madhu dealer as she unravels the mystery of cards in a night time themed game that promises thrilling entertainment and potential wins of up to €8000 per round.

Beat Madhu in guessing the position of the winning cards and enjoy serious wins in this classic casino card game with a modern twist, available online and mobile.

The main bet on Andar Nights is Andar or Bahar and players can also choose a bet of 20+, whereby a similar dealt card will beat the joker.

Andar Nights offers players the chance to land additional wins by placing a bet on the suit and face value of the joker, similar to that of side bet features in other table games.

How To Play Andar Nights

Andar Nights is a fifty-fifty table game played with playing-cards online and has a RNG mechanic.

The game plays with one standard deck of 52 cards.

In order to win you must guess the winning side.

Start by placing a bet in your chosen increment.

A joker card is placed down by the dealer, Madhu, in the centre of the table, which is a random card from the deck.

Cards are they dealt one at a time to either side, Andar and Bahar, left and right, of the joker card.

Once the same card as the revealed joker is turned over, in a different suit, the betting round is over.

If you guessed the right ‘winning’ side that matched the joker you will win.

Payouts for Andar Nights are based on a multiplier mechanic of fixed odds that is relevent to your bet amount.

The odds on Andar Nights are as follows:

– Andar: 1.85 x

– Bahar: 1.95 x

– 20+: 4 x

– Suit: 3.8 x

– 2-7: 2.05 x

– 9-Ace: 2.05 x

– 8: 12.3 x

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