Introducing Capsa Susun Gambling and How to Play

Hello fellow gamblers how are you? I hope you are healthy all this time. This time our article will discuss a gambling that may be familiar to card gamblers, namely the capsa susun game. For those of you who don’t know how to play this game, this article is the right reading for you to learn.

Alright, without further ado, let’s get straight into the discussion

Rules & How to Play Capsun Gambling

This game uses 52 playing cards and can be played from 2 players to a maximum of 4 players. Each player will be dealt 13 cards which can be arranged into 3 parts with the provisions of each part as follows:

  • Top: Contains 3 cards and the card in this section is the card with the weakest composition
  • Middle Section: Contains 5 cards and the value of the card in this section is the second strongest or between the values ​​of the two halves. In more detail, the card value in this section is stronger than the top but not stronger than the bottom
  • Bottom: Contains 5 cards as well and the card value in this section is the strongest compared to the other two sections

Each player will be given about 45 seconds to arrange their cards. After the cards have been arranged and time is up, ready or not, the cards must be opened by each player to compete for each part with fellow players. This means that your top card will be competed with the top of the other opponent, the middle against the middle, and the bottom against the bottom.

If a player intentionally or unintentionally compiles his cards and does not comply with the 3 provisions above, he will be declared to have lost all parts of his cards against other players.

The way to calculate wins and losses is from each part of the card and multiplied by the amount of the bet value. Let’s say the bet value is 10,000 and from you you win 1 part of the card, from b wins 3 parts of the card, from c loses 1 part of the card so that in total you win 3 parts of the card and multiplied by 10,000 then you get a win of 30,000 in that round.

Guidelines & Card Levels in Capsun Gambling

The level of card strength in this capsa stacking gambling is the same as the poker gambling game. So for those of you who already know every card level in poker and understand it, then this section is no longer necessary for you. But if you don’t know, here is the arrangement of cards from the lowest to the highest level

  • High Card: A random card without any similarities or combinations of numbers or symbols
  • Pair: Have 2 cards with the same value
  • Two Pair: Two pair card
  • Three of Kind: Having 3 cards of the same value, can also be called a tris card
  • Straight: Also known as a tie. A collection of cards with consecutive values. Aces can be arranged after the king or before two like the example of a straight card in the picture
  • Flush: Cards with all the same symbols
  • Full House: Or also known as a polo card, which is a tris and pair mixed card
  • Four of Kind: Called piting, has 4 cards of the same value
  • Straight Flush: A mix of straight and flush cards, also known as plesi
  • Royal Flush: A straight flush card with the highest straight value, namely 10, jack, queen, king, and ace

With these card level guidelines, you will have no more difficulty determining which cards need to be arranged below, middle, and top.

For example, if you have a 2 pair flush card, then you can arrange a flush card on the bottom because, between a flush and a pair, the stronger flush youbetcash must be on the bottom, you can arrange the two pairs in the middle, and the top is a high card. Or from these two pairs you can break, one pair in the middle, and another pair above with a note that the value of the pair in the middle must be higher than the value of the top pair.

Example of How to Arrange a Capsun Card

Further, to learn about how to arrange cards as explained above, you can look at examples of images whose cards have been arranged like the image above which shows a polo flush card.

However, from the picture there are actually 3 more ways to arrange the cards in the picture, namely

  • Method 1: Polo ace below, series 5 to 9 in the middle, high card QJ4 on top
  • Method 2: Flush hearts at the bottom, tris as in the middle, and pair 9 at the top
  • Method 3: Series 4 to 8 below, tris ace in the middle, and tris 9 at the top.

So, until here, you have understood how to arrange capsa stacking cards correctly and there are many choices of variations of card arrangements that can be done and can give different results when competing against your opponent.