Our world-class live version of Fan tan classic Asian bead game of chance is here.
So, What is the Fan Tan game?
Fan Tan is a gambling game long played in China. It is a game of pure chance which has similarities to roulette. The game is played by placing two handfuls of small objects on a board and guessing the remaining count when divided by four.
Let’s know some Game Specific Features
- Toggle between Standard and Advanced mode
- Use of dome, beads, stick and cup
- Advanced mode reveals additional three bets
- Playable on desktop, mobile, tablet and laptop
- HD quality stream
- High RTP
Now, what are the Odds & Payouts?
Standard View Bets:
- Fan – 2.85:1
- Odd/Even – 0.95:1
- Big/Small – 0.95:1
Advanced View Bets:
- Nim – 1.90:1
- Kwok – 0.95:1
- Ssh – 0.32:1
RTP ranges between 96.25% and 98.75%
But, How to play Fan Tan Live?
Whether you want to play the fan tan online casino game with beads or learn more about the fan tan card game, also known as Sevens, we’ve got you covered.
Our professional fan tan guide will teach you everything you need to know to become a fan tan pro.
- Place your bet on how many beads will be left, min 1 max 4
- watch the dealer split the beads with the cup and use the special stick to divide them into rows of 4.
- If you predicted correctly collect your winnings.
- That’s it for the basic betting version.
Let us learn some Fan Tan Live Game Rules:
To begin, the dealer will take two handfuls of beads and place them in a cup that is then hidden from view. After you’ve placed your bets, the dealer will reveal the beads and begin counting them out, arranging them into groups of four with a special wand.
It’s worth noting that some online casinos substitute playing cards for beads. It’s also known as Super Fan Tan, after the Gameplay Interactive title. Dealers deal six or twelve cards in this version.
Each card has a value: an ace is worth one point, a 2-10 is worth its face value, and jacks, queens, and kings are worth 11, 12, and 13 points, respectively.
The total from the six or twelve cards is divided by four in the card version of the online fan tan against the dealer, and the remainder is used to determine the winning number.
What are some Fan Tan Online Casino Bet Types?
The betting in Fant Tan is as simple as it seems. You can play Fan Tan with the advanced layout, which gives you access to some different bets.
You get the standard fan bet with a Nim Bet, but instead of just picking one number, you get two, one of which will push the bet.
For example, suppose you choose one number, say 3, and if it is 3, you will be paid 1.95:1 and another number, say 4. If it’s 4, it’s a push and you get your money back.
You must back the exact number of beads remaining with the fan bet. The range of fan bets is 1-4. (or, at some casinos, 0-3).
You can also choose the Kwok bet, which works similarly to the Nim bet. The distinction is that you are paid if you get either of the numbers you bet on. However, the payout is reduced to 0.95:1.
Then there’s the Ssh (Sheh-sam-hong), which requires you to bet on three of four numbers and has an even lower payout of 0.032:1.
It’s similar to a nim bet, but with three numbers instead of two. Two numbers will be considered a win, and the other a push.
What are the Fan Tan Online Casino Tips and Strategy?
Aces and kings, please release:
End cards – because they are the last in the sequence – can be a pain. You want to play that suit as soon as possible to ensure you can get rid of them. If you have the seven of that suit, lay it down as soon as possible. This increases your chances of getting rid of your final card.
Save your special sevens:
You have a lot of power if you have a seven. You must decide when it is appropriate to release it. For example, if you have the 7 and 9 of hearts, you only need to lay down the 8 of hearts to get rid of both. That won’t take long, so you should keep your 7 as long as possible.
Put on your best poker face:
In contrast to Fan Tan’s online casino version, you are competing against other players rather than the house. With this in mind, you should avoid revealing any useful information on your cards. If you see an opportunity, you should try to feed other players false information on your cards.