The principle of Bet’Win is so simple that one might wonder why it did not exist before.
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1. Composition of a Bet’Win game
A bet’win game is played with six decks of forty-four cards.
Each deck, in the four suit cards (spades, hearts, clubs and diamonds), is composed of five cards numbered from 1 to 5, five faces that are the King (R), the Lady (D), the Rider (C) , the Jack (V) and the Beggar (M), and four jokers.
1.2. The layout
The layout for 7 players is composed of a “Path” for the two cards of the dealer, players areas for the initial bet and re-bet.
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2. Goal of the game
To win, the player must have the value of his card higher than or equal to the lowest dealer’s card and strictly lower than its highest card.
All players win if the dealer draws 2 jokers for him.
3. Running a round
3.1. Distribution of the cards
When all the players have bet their initial wager, the dealer gives a card for each hand starting on his left and going clockwise. Then, he gives himself a card, called “Waiting”, which he puts at his location on the path. If the drawn card is a joker, it is placed in the middle and above the path.
3.2. Changing a card
Then the dealer announces “Change” and offers the players to replace their card. If the player decides to keep his hand he announces “Stand”. If he prefers to change his card, he announces “Change” and the dealer puts the card, face-down, on the box of the re-bet. Once the “Change Complete” announcement has been made, the dealer changes players’ cards from left to right and then picks up the cards to put them on the used card shoe.
This option is only valid once per round and per player.
3.3. The Re-bet
Then, the dealer announces “Re-bet”.
Players have the choice to make an additional bet, called “Re-bet”, by betting an amount less than or equal to their initial bet. The re-bet can not be lower than the minimum amount of the table.
The re-bet option is only allowed to the seated players.
3.4. The 2nd dealer’s card
When all players have determined the situation of their hands and their stakes, the dealer announces “Re-bet completed” then draws a second card for himself, called “Adjoining”, which he puts at his location on the way.
If it’s a second joker card, the two jokers cards are placed on each of the stars at the ends of the path.
3.5. Result and payment
The dealer, after having determined and announced the winning zone, picks up of the losing bets and pays the winning bets from right to left. Then, the dealer removes the cards and puts them face-down on the used card shoe. He removes its cards last.
The dealer pays all hands that are equal to or higher than his lowest card and strictly lower than his highest card and picks up excluded hands.
If the second dealer’s card is identical to the first, only the players having exactly this same card win.
Players are paid 1 to 1 on their initial bet plus re-bet.
If the croupier has two jokers, he pays all the bets.
4. The joker
The value of the joker is associated with the dealer’s second card. If the second card is a number, the joker card has a value lower than 1. If the second card is a face, its value is greater than the king. The location of the joker on the path is represented by a star in a circle.
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