Hi-Lo Switch


Hi-Lo Switch is a very simple but none the less exciting game. Every single hand of the game starts with the player placing a chip on the betting field that is located on the table layout. First, player clicks on one of the chip stacks in order to select the preferred denomination and bet size. Once done, hit the “deal” button.

Once three cards will now be dealt on the table layout with an option to switch presented to you.

Please note the two buttons on top and below of every card dealt on the table. One is titled ”Hi” while the other one says ”Lo”, these are the two main buttons you will use playing this game.

That’s the whole gameplay of this game – if you guess correctly, you are awarded with a payout. If you are wrong, you lose the wager placed on the betting circle and have to start all over again.

After the round is over and you would like to repeat the bet size - press Rebet.

If a player would like to change cards he has to click on the button SWITCH. This option can be used twice a round.


There is no preset payout table for the game and each particular choice features its own payout. It’s displayed either above or below the Hi/Lo choice buttons respectively. Note that the higher the likelihood of an event happening (as in card being lower or higher than the previous), the smaller the payout odds will be.

Card Ranks

As the prompt on the table indicated, Ace is the lowest card and King is the highest. The card rankings sequence starting by the lowest is as follows:

The Same Card Being Dealt

If the next card dealt is the same as the previous one, player loses, there is no push. Only 100% correct predictions will give a payout.

Collecting Winnings

Player has to click the ”Collect” button to cash the winnings.

Malfunction voids all plays and pays!

The Game Rules as published on this website are in English. Translations into other languages are provided as a service in good faith. In the event of ambiguity between an English version and a translation, the English version always retains priority.