The game High Low is located at the Games Corner. In this game the goal is very simple. A random card is pick from 2 to Ace (Ace being the hightest) and you have to guess whether the next card is higher or lower. If you get it right you get 10,000 dollars and if you get it wrong you lose
10,000 dollars. Aces are the highest, 2 is the lowest.
Here are some tips on how to succeed and figure out which cards are next:
TWO: If it lands on two, then since there are no lower cards, always go for Higher.
THREE: Seeing as the only card lower than three is two, but there are loads higher, then the odds are that the next card would be Higher.
FOUR: Since the only cards lower than Four is three and two, and there are loads higher, then the odds are that the next card would be Higher.
FIVE: The only cards lower than Five is four, three and two but there are loads higher, then the odds are that the next card would be Higher.
SIX: The only cards lower than Six is five, four, three and two, but there are slightly more higher, then it's mixed. The odds would say that the chance of the next one being lower is fewer than the next one being higher. So go for Higher.
SEVEN: Same as six, it's genuinely mixed. But there are more cards being higher than there are cards being lower. So go for Higher.
EIGHT: Eight is directly in the middle, so the next card could be either Higher or Lower. Seeing as there is no absolute way of knowing whether or not it's going to be Higher or Lower, go for either.
NINE: Slightly higher than eight, so go for Lower. But this is not guaranteed and might be higher.
TEN: The next card would probably be Lower, but it's still mixed.
JACK: Only three cards are higher than the Jack, so go for Lower.
QUEEN: Only the King and the Ace are higher than the Queen, so go for Lower.
KING: Since the only card higher than the King is the Ace, it would be best to go for Lower.
ACE: There is no card higher than the Ace, so it will always be Lower.