Casino games do not come any simpler than Hi-Lo - all you have to do is to guess whether the next card drawn will be higher or lower.

We offer some enticing odds each time you play, which may just affect your decision.

Will it be higher or lower?

    The Aim of the Game

    When playing Hi-Lo, the aim of the game is to predict whether the next card drawn will be higher or lower than the current card on the table.


    Values of the Cards

    Aces are considered low in this game of Hi-Lo, meaning that the highest card in the deck is a King.

    The card values are ranked in the following order:

    Ace, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, Jack, Queen, King.


    How to Bet

    To place a bet, choose a chip size from the bottom of the table and then click 'Deal'.

    The coin sizes available in this game of Hi-Lo range from 20p all the way up to £250.

    Click 'Higher' if you think that the next card drawn will be higher than the existing one.

    Click 'Lower' if you think that the next card drawn will be lower than the existing one.

    Click 'Collect' to collect the game winnings displayed in the 'Bank' window located at the top of the table.



    The available payouts are shown on the 'Higher' and 'Lower' buttons - these numbers will be very different as they take into account the likelihood of whether the next card will be higher or lower.

    If your guess is correct, you will win the amount shown on the button you clicked.

    You are then given the chance to collect your winnings. If you do this, your game will end and the money you won will be added to your account.

    If you choose to continue your game then you can do this by selecting higher or lower again - your bet will be made up of your game winnings.

    This can continue for as long as you want, or until your guess is incorrect.


    Return to Player (RTP)

    Return to Player: 96.21%

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.21 of wins.

    This return is based on the player making the best choices.