Evolution Launches 'Super Andar Bahar' Live Dealer Game

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Live dealer software specialist Evolution is bringing a new edition of an Indian card game classic to online casinos with the launch of its newest game 'Super Andar Bahar', which brings the look of a high-end Indian palace to player screens along with the chance to win big.

The game sees players betting on either the Andar or Bahar side of the table, which then sees the hand played out. This version of the game has ten side bets, which can combine to give players a maximum payout of 4,000x your wagered amount. The game has a real dealer, and punters can interact with them via typing on their keyboard. Things are broadcast in high definition, and there is full mobile support baked-in.

Andar Bahar is popular among Indian players, and Evolution clearly sees an opportunity to capitalize on the game in regions throughout the world. The company also announced plans to introduce another Indian card game, Teen Pati at some point later in 2022.

Regarding the launch, Evolution CPO Todd Haushalter said, "Central to our product strategy is giving players everything they want and even some things they don't know they want. We are delighted to have done just that by bringing a super-special version of the Indian classic Andar Bahar to Evolution's live casino. Andar Bahar is well known throughout India and it's a great game how it is. However, we could not resist the temptation to spice it up a little with a series of side bets that allow players to win astronomically high multipliers, which is something we felt was missing from this superb game."

Super Andar Bahar can be played now at casinos that offer Evolution's suite of live dealer games.

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