It’s more fun if you know what you’re doing.
Place your bet on the Player Hand, the Banker Hand, or a Tie.
Once bets are placed, two cards are dealt to both the Player and the Banker.
A point count is determined by adding the two cards. If the total is a two-digit number, then the first digit is dropped. For example, a value total of 12 would have a point total of 2).
If either the Player or the Banker Hand is 8 or 9, this is called a ‘natural’ and the round ends.If the Player’s first two cards total 0 to 5, the Player Hand gets a third card.
If the Player total is 6 or 7, it does not get a third card.If the Player did not receive a third card: The Banker gets a third card if its first two cards totalled 0 to 5. The Banker stands on 6 and 7.
If the Player did receive a third card: The Banker’s Hand gets a third card based on the following table:
In Chemin de Fer, the participant offering to bet the most becomes the Banker and is responsible for dealing the cards. That person must bet on the Banker Hand. Don’t delay the game if dealing.
In Midibaccarat, the participant betting the most on either hand announces the point total for that hand. Speak clearly.
In standard baccarat, squeezing or folding your cards can be a fun ritual, but you can’t change the odds of winning.
In mini-baccarat, participants are not permitted to touch the cards.
A winning wager made on the Player’s Hand is paid at 1 to 1
A winning wager made on the Banker’s Hand is paid at 1 to 1, but because the Banker’s Hand is slightly more likely to win, the House may collect up to a 5% commission on these wagers
A winning Tie wager is paid at odds of at least 8 to 1
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