Key Information on Beat Me Table Card Game August 4, 2015
Beat Me is a table game powered by Play’n Go and this game can be played at the Bingo Extra. The game concept of Beat Me is quite similar to the concept of Black Jack which is played with one or more decks of 52 cards and your aim is to beat the dealer by getting 21 points, reaching a final score higher than the dealer without exceeding 21 or let the dealer draw additional cards until his hand exceeds 21. However Beat Me can be considered as a simpler variation of Black Jack played with 6 deck of 52 cards where you and the dealer are each dealt with only one card, and the cards are re-shuffled after each round.
To place a bet on Beat Me, you are required to click on the desired chip with values ranging from £1, £5, £10, £25 or £100, and then click the game table in the location you wish to place the chip whereby those will be added to your total bet. If you want to remove a bet, you can select the X chip and then click the stakes you wish to remove, whereas if you wish to remove all bets, you can click on the Clear All button.
There are various actions that you can select in Beat Me such as Go to War where you can place an additional war bet equal to your initial bet, whereas the Surrender button forfeits half of your bet and the game round ends. The Deal button starts the round after a bet has been placed, whereas the Rebet button places the same initial bet as the preceding round. The Clear All button removes all bets placed on the table, while you may click on the X chip on any placed chip to remove your bet.
In Beat Me, you and the dealer are each dealt one card and if your card has a higher value, you win even money on your bet. If your card ties with the dealer’s card, you may either surrender half your bet or go to war. If you have placed a Tie side bet and the cards dealt result in a tie, then you are awarded a pay of 10:1, however you cannot place a lone tie bet. Cards in Beat Me are ranked by their face values, whereas aces are high. If you decide to go to war, you have to place an additional war bet which is equal to your initial bet. When you go to war, you and the dealer are each dealt one additional card and if your card beats the dealer’s card, your war bet pays even money and your initial bet is push. If the cards tie, your war bet and initial bet pays 1:1 each.
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