[PLAYER, BANKER] If the PLAYER wins, you will get the same amount of chips as the amount of your BET.
If the BANKER wins, you will get 95% of the amount of chips you bet.
In the event of a TIE between the PLAYER and the BANKER, the chips will be returned.
You can't bet on the PLAYER and BANKER at the same time.
At first glance, it may look like the BANKER is losing out on 5% of the chips, but instead, the BANKER has a slightly higher win rate than the PLAYER.
[TIE] A TIE (tie) has a very high payout with a low probability. If you win a TIE, you will receive 8 times the amount of your bet in chips.
[PLAYER PAIR and BANKER PAIR] The PLAYER PAIR pays out when the first two cards dealt to the PLAYER have the same number.
BANKER PAIR is paid out when the first two cards dealt to the BANKER are the same number.
PAIR has a lower probability than TIE, but the payout is even higher. (10, J, Q, and K have the same 0 points, but they are treated differently when determining PAIR.) If you win a PAIR, you will get 11 times the amount of your BET in chips.