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Battle Cards review

9 February 2012

"War" is a popular card game both in the casino and on the playground. This game is very simple to learn, and has offered a unique version of "War" in its "Battle Cards" offering.

In this game both you and the dealer are dealt a single card face-up. The object of the game is to obtain a higher value card than the dealer. To play, you need to make an initial ante wager. If your card is higher than the dealer's, you win your bet. If your card is lower, you lose your ante bet.

There is a second bet available in this game, called the "Tie" bet. If there's a tie, you're "Tie" bet is paid out at 10:1 and you are offered a "War" or "Surrender" option. If you click "Surrender," your hand ends and you lose half your ante bet.

If you chose to go to "War," your Ante bet is raised by an amount equal to the original wager. The dealer receives three cards face-down. Then you are dealt a face-up card and then the dealer gets a final face-up card. If you have a higher card, you win you win even money on the raise only and the original wager is pushed. If your card is lower than the dealer's card you lose both your raise and Ante bets.

"Battle Cards" is a fun and easy game that is available at without the need to download software or set up an account. Head on over there and try it out.

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