Casino War is played on a blackjack, poker or baccarat
Casino War is played with at least six (6) standard 52 card
decks in a shoe setup. No jokers are used.
Two setups with backs of the same design of different
colors alternate in a shuffling machine.
Casino War is played with a maximum of eight (8) players,
including the player-dealer position.
Collection fees shall be determined prior to the start of
play of any hand or round and shall be conspicuously
posted. Ample notice shall be provided to players relating
to the assessment of fees. Flat fees on each wager may
be assessed at different collection rates. The collection
rates may not be calculated as a portion of wagers made
or winnings earned.
Backline betting is permitted.
"Backline betting" refers to wagering in a betting position
by a player who is not seated in that position.
Action refers to the player position where the settling of
wagers begins. Action begins on the dealer’s left. Wagers
are settled in the following order: base bets, tie bets, war
bets. Wagers are settled clockwise, seat by seat, to the
extent that the player-dealer wager covers.
The Player-Dealer is the seated position against which all
other players at the table are playing, for any given hand.
The Player-Dealer position shall be offered systematically
and continuously in a clockwise manner around the table
after every two hands. The Player-Dealer shall collect all
losing wagers, pay all winning wagers, and may not win or
lose more than the original amount wagered. Once the
Player-Dealer's wager has been exhausted, the wagers
not covered by the Player-Dealer shall be returned to the
This introduction to Casino War assumes the perspective
of a new player. Accordingly it is written for the perspective
of the Player position. This in no way supports, limits or
discourages a player from assuming the Player-Dealer
position when offered. Complete rules are available as
prescribed by state and local regulation.
In How to Play, the Dealer refers to the House Dealer
acting on behalf of the Player-Dealer. The Dealer's hand is
the hand of the Player-Dealer position delivered in front of
the House Dealer.
If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, please call for help:
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Please play responsibly.
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San Jose, CA 95112
To be dealt a higher card than the Dealer
10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2
All suits are of equal rank.
Casino War features an optional Tie bet.
When you place your base bet, you may also place the Tie bet. There may be a separate collection for bonus bets.
The Tie bet wins when you and the Dealer have a card of the same rank.
Otherwise, the Tie bet loses.
Winning Tie bets are paid 10 to 1.
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