The Dragon or the Tiger? As far as playing is concerned, the primary objective for any player is to answer this question while placing their bets. In every round, the dealer deals two cards, one to the banker and another to the player, the "dragon" and "tiger," respectively.
Gameplay starts by allowing players to place their wager on all possible bet options, after which cards are placed on the layout face-up. Based on card values, a successful prediction results in a win, while making a wrong one means that the amount wagered is lost to the house, though not always.
There are two main rules to consider when it comes to placing wagers. First, the cards are classified from low to high. Ideally, the cards are ranked from Aces-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-J-Q-K, with aces being the lowest ranked card value and Kings being the highest. Well aware that the highest card wins, there is always a possibility of having a draw, and this is where the second rule comes in. In case a player bets on either the Dragon or Tiger, but the outcome is a draw, the house takes half of the wagered amount. Though pretty obvious, of all hands playable, the house will always have an edge.