An Ancient Chinese game form the village, popular in the latter half of 19th century. Tables design with a box in the center, the betting area are labeled with number 1,2,3,4. Dealer will open the cover and scoop a bunch of buttons/beads with a cup. The dealer will devide the beads 4 by 4 with a small stick. The objective of this game is to bet the last remaining number of Bead(s) between the 1 to 4 will be the winning number. Ex: If left 1 bead then winning number is 1, left 2 beads then winning number is 2, left 3 beads then winning number is 3 and if left 4 beads then winning number is 4.
A bet on single number. Pays 1: 2.85
A bet on two numbers, one of which is indicated as a push. Such as the idea to bet 4,3 then if the remaining number is 4 then win, if the remaining number is 3, then its a push. If the remaining number is 1 or 2, then lose. Other 1 read 2 read 3 and so on, meaning the same. Pays 1: 1.9
A bet on two numbers, both numbers win. Pays 1 : 0.95
A bet on three numbers, one of which is indicated as a push. Pays 2 : 0.95
A bet on three numbers, all of which win. Pays 3 : 0.95
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