HISTORY OF NIU NIU
Niu Niu, also known as Bull Bull, is another Asian gambling game that originated in China. There are six players and a croupier, who typically takes a 5% commission on all winning payouts. You compete against the other players as well as the house. The cards each bring a different number of points, with 10 being the highest possible score in the game. You must combine five cards into two hands. The first has three cards totaling 10, while the second has two cards totaling the highest possible number.
NIU NIU RULES
- A typical game that uses a 52-card deck.
- Players can bet on ANTE, Multiple Payment, or Super Niu Niu.
- A progressive Jackpot side bet is also offered.
- The customer who cuts the card is not allowed to shake the dice. Cutting of cards must have at least 5 cards.
- The dealer shakes the dice 1 time and then offers it to the customer to shake. If they refuse the dealer once again shakes it 3 times before opening the cover to get the total points that will determine where the cards will be dealt first.
- The player can place a bet on any one or 2 or all of Ante, multiple bets, or Super Niu Niu. Once bets are placed, the game begins. A roll of 2 dice shall determine where the cards will be dealt first. The player and dealer shall receive 5 cards. The players then have to arrange their cards to make the possible hand and the dealer must arrange their cards as well. The ranking of hands, from highest to lowest, is as follows:
- A maximum of 1 bet is allowed in one betting box (Ante, Multiple, and Super Niu Niu).
- JOIN BETS are accepted, subject to the table limit.
- Maximum bet per box will be displayed at the table limit sign and any excess amount over the table limit will be removed from play.
- A maximum of 5 boxes of playing are allowed per customer (but the customer is allowed to see the card on one box only).
- Dealer must ensure that any customer who played on the betting area ‘MULTIPLE BET’ and ‘SUPER NIU NIU’ have enough money to pay for a house.
- During the game, if the points are the same, players need to choose the highest-ranking card from the 5 cards to compare. The player who has the higher-ranking card wins. If the [points and rank are the same, players need to compare the suit of the card. K, Q, J, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, ACE.
- If the highest-value card is also equal, the hand will be decided using the highest suit of the highest-value card. The suit ranks from highest to lowest are:
Spade is the 1st, Heart is the 2nd, Club is the 3rd, and Diamond is the lowest-rank suit.
- Collect the losing bet and cards first and settle the winning bet and collect the cards on a box-by-box basis after settlement.