In the previous example you see how a 4x multiplier was drawn for Player.
Ultimately the Banker spot won with a card value of 8.....and so no multiplier was paid this time.
More interestingly, you'll notice a 20x appeared on the Tie spot (5:1 being the reduced regular payout here multiplied by 4 =20). So if the Banker's third card had instead resulted in a Tie , the payout would have been 20:1 for Tie .
The cumulative effect of combining ALL drawn multiplier cards together is where the mind blowing figure of 1310720:1 max (extremely unlikely) payout for Tie comes from.
eg. an extra card drawn to both Player & Banker = 6 cards on the table.
- If (by the luck of the Gods) they are all Lightning cards & all of multiplier value 8x
- the payout for a Lightning Tie would be 8x8x8x8x8x8 x (regular payout of 5:1) = 1310720