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Hundreds people Niu Niu-Rules of play at casinos

Hundreds people Niu Niu-Rules of play at casinos

Hundreds people Niu Niu-are upgraded versions of Niuniu games. Players compare their card size with the dealer to determine the outcome, and have nothing to do with other players. The gameplay is simple and exciting. It is a well-known board game for men, women and children.


Name:

Hundreds people Niu Niu

Introduction:

Hundreds people Niu Niu is an upgraded version of Niu Niu game, which can play with 1-100 people at the same time. Players compare their card size with the dealer to determine the outcome, and have nothing to do with other players. Hundreds people Niu Niu gameplay is simple and exciting, and the level of game platforms involved is becoming more and more extensive, so Hundreds people Niu Niu has become a household name, a popular board game for men, women and children.

Popular areas:

China

Rules:

Using 52 playing cards except Joker, the dealer and the four player betting areas each deal 5 cards, and the winning or losing of the dealer is determined according to the card comparison rules.

The dealer and the player each deal 5 cards in each betting area, any and must be a multiple of 10 from three cards, called a bull. If any 3 cards cannot be made into a multiple of 10, it is called Wu Niu. The other two add up and take the units digit number called Niu Ji. K, Q, J, and 10 all think that 10 and A are 1, and other cards are their own points.

The card size is SiaoNiuNiu> SsuChaTan> WuHuaNiu> SsuHuaNiu> NiuNiu> YuNiu> WuNiu.If the cards are the same, compare the points of the largest card. The card points are K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 5, 4, 3, 2, A in order. If the number of points is still the same,compare the largest number suit, Spades> Hearts> Plum> Square.

Niu Niu

Terminology:

SiaoNiuNiu:

All 5 cards are less than 5, and all add up to less than or equal to 10.

SsuChaTan:

4 of the 5 cards have the same value.

WuHuaNiu:

All 5 cards are K, Q, J.

SsuHuaNiu: 

4 of 5 cards are K, Q, J.

NiuNiu:

Any 3 of the 5 cards add up to a multiple of 10, and the other 2 cards add up to a multiple of 10.

YuNiu: 

Any 3 of the 5 cards add up to a multiple of 10, and other two add up and take the units digit number called Niu Ji.

WuNiu:

Any 3 of the 5 cards cannot add up to a multiple of 10.

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