Niu-Niu is a comparing card game played between the player and the
dealer. The goal of the game is to divide a five card hand into a
left hand with three cards and a right hand with two cards. The value
of the left hand must be a multiples of 10. The value of the right
hand should be as high as possible.
Face cards (Jacks, Queens, and Kings) are worth 10 points. Aces are
worth 1 point. All other cards are worth their face value. The right
hand is valued according to the rightmost digit of the sum of their
constituent cards: for example, a hand consisting of 3 and 4 is worth
7, but a hand consisting of 7 and 8 is worth 5 (the rightmost digit
of the total, 15). Since a right hand value with a multiples of 10 is
the special pattern "NIU-NIU", the highest possible right
hand value is 9 and the lowest value is 1.
Niu-Niu is dealt from a shoe containing 6 decks of cards shuffled
together. For each round, five cards are dealt face up to each hand,
starting from the player and alternating between the hands. After the
player divides his hand cards, the comparing rules are applied to
determine who is the winner. The round is then finished, the outcome
is announced and winning bets are paid out.
Shuffling after half of the 6-deck cards played. The player can
also choose to shuffle cards before next game.
- The card patterns of the player and the dealer are compared
first. If it is the same, then the point values of the right hands
are compared. If still unable to decide the winner, then the rank
order and the suit order are compared for each card.
- If it is a tie between the player and the dealer, the player's
bets are returned.
- Pattern Order：ULTIMATE NIU-NIU > NIU-NIU > BIG POINT (9
points > 8 points > 7 points) > SMALL POINT (6 points
> 5 points > 4 points > 3 points > 2 points > 1
points) > HIGH CARD
- Rank Order：K > Q > J > 10 > 9 > 8 > 7 > 6
> 5 > 4 > 3 > 2 > A
- Suit Order：Spade > Heart > Diamond > Club
If the player beats the dealer, the winning bets are paid out
according to the player's card pattern.
- ULTIMATE NIU-NIU pays 5 to 1.
- NIU-NIU pays 3 to 1.
- BIG POINT pays 2 to 1.
- SMALL POINT pays 1 to 1.
- HIGH CARD pays 1 to 1.
How to Bet
To bet just tap chips on the table. You can increase your bet by
touching the 1, 5, 50, 100, or 500 chip. You can reduce your bet by
touching the betting chip stack. To clear a bet just tap the Clear
button or reuse the last bet amount by touching the Rebet button.
To play, press Deal.
How to Split Cards
To split cards just tap your hand cards to select or deselect. To
show the recommended cards, press Hint.