Burswood Nominees Limited ABN 24 078 250 307 a.t.f. The Burswood Property Trust ABN 35 491 489 282 trading as Burswood Entertainment Complex CASINO WAR Managed by Burswood Resort (Management) Limited ABN 68 009 396 945 Great Eastern Highway, Burswood, Western Australia PO Box 500 Victoria Park, Western Australia 6979 Tel: 61 8 9362 7777 Fax: 61 8 9470 1789 email@example.com www.burswood.com.au CASINO WAR INtROduCtION tIE BEt The object of the game is to beat the House by drawing a card The Player may also wager on the first cards dealt to the Player ranked higher than the card drawn by the Croupier. Cards are and the House being of the same rank. This is known as a ‘tie’ ranked as in poker, except Aces are always ranked highest. The bet which pays odds of 10 to 1. To play the “Tie”, the Player does card suit does not affect the result. not need to have a normal box wager. Casino War can be played with 4, 6 or 8 full decks of cards. ‘Go to War’ Payout table tO PlAy Wager Result Payout The Croupier will draw one card for each Player who has placed a Main Box Wager 1st round win 1 to1 wager, followed by one card for the House. Go to War round Standoff win Where the Player’s card is ranked higher than the House’s card, the Player will be paid even money against their wager. Where Go to War tie 1 to 1 the House’s card is ranked higher than that of the Player, the Go to War Wager Go to War round 1 to 1 Player loses. win Go to War tie 1 to 1 In the event of the Player and the House drawing a card of the Tie Bet Tie on 1st round 10 to 1 same rank (a tie), the Player will be required to choose between the options of ‘Surrender’ or ‘Go to War’. House Margin - The house margin for Casino War varies from Where the Player elects to ‘Surrender’ this will result in the 2.15% on a 4 deck game to 2.18% on an 8 deck game. The house forfeit of half the amount wagered by the Player. edge on the tie bet varies from 20.29% on a 4 deck game to 17.83% on an 8 deck game. Where the Player elects to ‘Go to War’ they will be required to increase the amount of their wager by an amount equal to the value of their original wager (i.e. they will double the amount being wagered). After all wagers are adjusted, the Croupier will then remove three cards face down. The Croupier will then draw one more card for each Player, followed by one more card for the House. Where the Player’s second card is ranked higher than the House’s second card, the Player will be paid even money against the second amount wagered, while the original amount wagered by the Player will be treated as a ‘stand off’. Where the House’s second card is ranked higher than that of the Player, the Player loses both amounts wagered. In the event of the Player and the House subsequently drawing a card of the same rank (a tie), the Player will be paid even money against the value of both amounts wagered.