The Basics of 12BET IDN Dealer 13 Cards

The Basics of 12BET IDN Dealer 13 Cards

The Basics of CAPSA

CAPSA, also known as Chinese Poker, is a game where each player is given 13 cards. In this 12BET game, players must arrange their hands in 3 levels or lines. The first and second line consists of five cards while the third consists of only three cards. The winning combinations are based on basic Poker hands like Pairs or Straight Flush.

 

When you play the game, you can play it as a dealer or a player.

 

Playing as the Dealer

Becoming the dealer in CAPSA is by choice. If you want to be one, simply click the top seat, as in the figure. Once you’ve done that, stay in the room while waiting for other players to join your table. The game will start once they come in.

 

When you’re dome arranging your cards, click the ‘Ready’ button or the ‘Reset’ button in case you’re unsatisfied with your arrangements and you want to re-arrange.

 

When you’re done with a game or you want to leave, simply click the ‘Stand Up’ button to leave the room.

 

Playing as a Player

If you’re not in the mood to play as the dealer in P2P IDN Dealer 13 Cards, simply click an empty / available chair, as seen in the figure. Wait for the game to start so you can place your bets.

 

Your bet and the minimum bet on the table / in the room you entered should match. Once you’ve placed it, the game will start immediately and the cards will be distributed.

In CAPSA, the minimum wager is 1000 while 150000 is the maximum.

 

Click on the ‘Ready’ button once you have finished composing your cards or on the ‘Reset’ button to cancel your previous actions and rearrange your cards.

 

Click on the   button to arrange your cards in sequence from small to large numbers.

Click  to see your cards match up with their respective symbol/suit.

 

Notes:

  • If the timer has ended but you haven’t finished arranging or re-arranging your cards (i.e., some cards are not yet arranged), the system automatically rearranges those for you, according to the currect order. If you arrange them in the wrong order, you automatically lose the game.
  • If the player and the dealer arrange cards in the wrong order, the dealer still wins that around.
  • If players A and B make a side bet but both of them arranges their cards in the wrong order, then the side bet will be considered a tie. If both players have one pair, then the player with the highest kicker wins.

*Possession of a special card (Dragon Card, Straight Flush or Four of a Kind) guarantees you a win during that round, without having to race within three levels of the card. This also depends on the correct arrangement of the cards (also applies to dealer and player).

 

Poker hand combinations

High Card: Highest card of the line with no other combination. The highest rank is Ace.

Pair: This is two cards with the same value/rank (i.e., 3 Spade and 3 Diamond)

Two Pair: Two Pairs in one line. (i.e., 8 Spade, 8 Diamond and 3 Spade and 3 Diamond)

Three of a kind: three cards of the same rank (i.e., 3 Spade, 3 Club and 3 Diamond)

Straight: Five cards consecutive in value/rank (i.e., 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

Flush: Five cards with the same Suit (i.e., 5 Diamond Cards)

Full House: Three of a kind and a pair combined in one hand (i.e., 3,3,3,5,5)

Four of a Kind: Four cards of the same Rank (i.e., 4,4,4,4, Ace)

Straight Flush: Five consecutive cards with the same Suit (i.e., 2.3,4,5,6 of Spade)

Royal Flush: Consists of the Ace, the King, Queen, Jack and Ten of the same suite.

 

Special card combinations (wins if arranged correctly):

CAPSA (Dragon Cards)

The Dragon Cards are the highest hand of this game. If the player or dealer has dragon cards (CAPSA), then their payment will be 2.5 times the total bet.

 

Ex. Bet 5000, the Dealer or Player is required to pay 12,500

Ex. Dragon cards: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, J, Q, K, A (13 cards in your hand)

 

Royal Flush

Royal Flush is the 2nd highest combination. If players get a Royal Flush, the payment will be 2 times the total bet.

Ex. Bet 5000, the dealer or player is required to pay 10,000

Ex. Royal Flush: 10, J, Q, K, A (Series with the same suit)

If two players have the same ranked Royal Flush, the winner will be determined by the higher suit. Suit ranking (highest to lowest): Spade, Heart, Club, and Diamond.

 

Straight Flush

Straight Flush is the 3rd highest combination. If players get a Straight Flush, payment will be 2 times the total bet.

Ex. Bet 5000, the dealer or player is required to pay 10,000

Ex. Straight Flush: A, 2, 3, 4, 5 (Series with the same suit)

If two players have the same ranked Straight Flush, the winner will be determined by the higher suit. Suit ranking (highest to lowest): Spade, Heart, Club, and Diamond.

 

Four of Kind

Four of a Kind is the 4th highest combination. If the player has a Four of Kind, payment will be 1.5 times the total bet.

Ex. Bet 5000, the Dealer or the player is required to pay 7,500

Ex. Four of a Kind: 5, 5, 5, 5, K

 

 

Regular card combinations:

Full House

Full House is the 5th highest combination. Full Houses will be ranked by comparing the Three of a Kind of each hand to determine the winner.

Ex.

Dealer: 7 7 7 K K (Full House 7)

Player: A A A 2 2 (Full House A)

Player will win because they have the Ace in their Full House.

 

Flush

Flush is the 6th highest combination. If two players have a Flush, the player with the higher ranked suit will win. If the suit is the same, then the rank of the cards will be compared.

Suit ranking (highest to lowest): Spade, Heart, Club, and Diamond

Ex.

Dealer: A, 8, 9, 10, J (Heart)

Player: K, 7, 2, 3, 6 (Spade)

The player will win because the dealer has a Heart Flush while the Player has a Spade Flush.

 

Straight Card

Straight is the 7th highest combination. If both player and dealer have Straights on the same level, then the Straight combination will be ranked by comparing the highest card of each Hand.

Ex.

Dealer: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

Player: A, 2, 3, 4, 5

The dealer will win because the dealer has a straight to 9 while Player has a straight to 5.

If player and dealer have the same highest card, then the winner will be determined by the higher suit of the highest hand.

Example:

Dealer: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 (Symbol 9 card is club)

Player: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 (Symbol 9 card is Diamond)

Dealer will win because Dealer’s suit is Club, which is the higher rank than Diamond.

 

Three of a Kind

Three of a kind is the 8th highest combination.

Ex.

Dealer: 7 7 7 K 8 (Three of a Kind 7s)

Player: 5 5 5 K A (Three of a Kind 5s)

The dealer will win the match because the dealer has Three of a Kind 7s.

 

Two Pair

Two Pair is the 9th highest combination. If both player and dealer have two pairs, the winner is determined by comparing the higher ranked cards.

Ex.

Dealer: 7 7 K K 8 (Two Pair K dan 7)

Player: 9 9 2 2 A (Two Pair 9 dan 2)

The dealer will win the match because the dealer has the higher pair with Ks.

If the player or dealer have the same Two Pairs, the winner will be determined by the suites of the higher Kicker.

Ex.

Dealer: 7 7 K K 8 (Kicker 8)

Player: 7 7 K K A (Kicker A)

The player will win because of their higher Kicker, which is Ace.

 

Pair Card

Pair Card is the 10th highest combination. If both player and dealer have a pair, the winner is determined by comparing the higher ranked card.

Ex.

Dealer: K K 8 (Pair K)

Player: A A 5 (Pair A)

The player wins because the player has a pair of Ace.

If the player or dealer have the same ranked Pair, the winner is determined by the higher Kicker (Backing).

If the player or dealer has a kicker with the same value, then the winner will be determined based on the interest of the Pair.

 

If both player and dealer have the High Card hand, the rank of the highest cards will determine the winner. In case of a tie, the rank of the next highest card will determine the winner.

Ex.

Dealer: A 10 5 (High Card A)

Player: A 10 6 (High Card A)

The player will win the match because player has a high card—the Ace—continued with 10 and 6.

If both player’s and dealer’s High Cards have the same rank, the winner will be determined by the suite of the highest ranked card.

Dealer: A 10 5 (High Card Ace with the Heart symbol)

Player: A 10 5 (High Card Ace with the Club symbol)

The dealer will win because the dealer’s card is Heart, which is the higher ranked card, compared to the Club.

Suit ranking (highest to lowest): Spade, Heart, Club, and Diamond

 

Now that you know the basics of this 12BET IDN game, you can start playing! Good luck and have fun!

 

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