AK47 is a variation of TEEN PATTI, the name of the game "AK47" comes from the 4 key cards: Ace, King, 4 and 7. The dealer will deal the player 3 blind cards and the player will combine them to get the biggest win. This means that if you have 4, 7 and Ace in your hand, you have the best chance of winning.
Andar Bahar is one of the simplest Indian card games, and because of its simplicity, not a few players like it. To start the game, players simply bet on Andar (left, clubs or spades) or Bahar (right, hearts or diamonds), and as long as you bet on the right spot, you win.
Teen Patti is a popular card game in India. This game allows 3-6 players to enjoy the game together, with three aces being the highest and three twos being the lowest. In Hindustani, Teen Patti means "three cards". It is also known as Flush, Flash or 3 Card Brag, which is very similar to the British card game 3 Card Brag.