Card Games That Are Better In Digital Form
Post on 18,June 2020   6:55 PM
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Cards have a certain appeal. This is undeniable. Maybe it’s because most people have grown up playing around with a classic 52-card deck, or we’re just nostalgic about the moments spent playing games that involved them. About our childhood and the interaction, we had with them, and the people we shared our youth with. Maybe it’s the magic tricks we saw performed using cards. Ones we got fooled by or attempted to fool others with.

Maybe it’s their physical form that adds to their charm, which would somewhat explain the popularity of trading baseball cards and collectible card games. In any case, there’s something special about cards. If there wasn’t, they wouldn’t have been around for such a long time. Originating in the Far East and making their way over to the West, for the deck that we know now to be invented in the 1400s by the French.

And in the age of modern technology, they’ve moved from real-life tables into digital ones. And because of this, they might have lost some of their palpable appeals, but they’ve gained new ones, due to the advantages of modern technology.

Andar Bahar

If you’re Indian and have a love for cards, then you know all about Andar Bahar. If not, then it’s time to get enlightened. This is an original Indian game that came from the south of the country and spread throughout. It was also known by the name – Katti and is considered as one of the traditional Indian games.

The rules are basic. It’s a 50/50 game, where the player chooses a side, left (Andar) or right (Bahar), and bets accordingly. Today, it can be found at many online casinos in two categories, a live version and one where you play against the software. And, it’s not just the convenience of playing on your phone that makes it better online, but the choice of a few types of Andar Bahar games to be found. If you want to experience and play the game online, here’s a great place to do so –


Speaking of variations of popular table games, when it comes to this department, Blackjack is king. You might have heard of Switch, Double Exposure, European, Multi-hand, and many, many others. Some books putting the number of Blackjack versions over a hundred.

But, it’s not this aspect that makes online Blackjack more appealing, it’s the fact that even though you can’t count cards on these digital platforms, the house edge is lower than at real-life establishments. So, the chances of winning are better and hands are dealt faster. You just have to find the right casino and apply a basic strategy.

Casino War

Perhaps one of the simplest card games known to man. War, or Battle, as it’s referred to in the UK, is a game that most have played as kids. The deck is divided into two, and each player reveals the card from the top of their stack, and whoever has the higher-value card takes both. This goes on until one player has acquired the whole deck.

Well, today a lot of online casinos offer it, with most versions containing six decks, and each player getting one card at a time. If the cards on both sides match, then, the player and dealer go to war and the bets are increased. Things can get pretty thrilling, fast.


Online poker came to be in 1998 when on January 1st the first hand was played. From then on, online poker sites have exploded, and they’re still growing at a very rapid pace. Speed is a major factor here as well, as on average, 100 hands are played per hour at online poker when compared to just 30 at live tables.

Players also do not get psyched and distracted when playing on a device. And, many online casinos offer different forms of casino poker games, which are played against the dealer, similar to Blackjack. However, since these are poker-inspired, some of the same rules and card combinations are in play.


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