The aim of the Dragon Tiger is to predict which of the hands – the Dragon or the Tiger – will win or if it will be a Tie.
- The cards are dealt from a shoe with eight decks (Jokers are excluded)
- The player places a bet on either the Dragon, or Tiger, or Tie, or Suited Tie
- A single card face-up is dealt by the dealer to the Dragon and to the Tiger
- The highest card wins and pays even money 1:1
- Card value from the lowest to the highest is as follows: Ace with value 1, being the lowest and followed by 2 and so on, and King the highest (A-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-J-Q-K)
- In the case of a Tie, half of your main bet (the Dragon/Tiger bet) is returned and wins pay out 11:1
- If cards for the Dragon and Tiger are equal both in value and suit, it’s a Suited Tie, half of your main bet (the Dragon/Tiger bet) is returned and wins pay out 50:1
Your payout depends on the type of bet placed.
Suited Tie 50:1
Return to Player
The optimal theoretical return-to-player percentage:
Main bet (Dragon/Tiger) – 96.27%
Tie – 89.64%
Suited Tie – 86.02%