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How To Play Baccarat


The game can in many ways be said to be the glamorous version of blackjack. If you show up at a casino today, it is usually at the baccarat table that you see the biggest bets. Baccarat has always been more exclusive than its brother blackjack , and that is perhaps why not as many people have a complete overview of how baccarat works. We will do something about that below now. Not many people know how to say the word baccarat either. This is not really so strange, especially now that most people sit in front of a screen when they play. The name is pronounced at least baccarat with a mute 't' at the end. So already now you know a good deal more than most.

Rules in Baccarat

When playing baccarat, you can play three different things. That your hand wins, that the hand of the house wins or that there is a draw. In baccarat, the value of the cards is as follows. Aces are worth 1, 2-9 are worth the number it says on them, and 10, joker, queen and king are worth 0. Baccarat begins with the player betting on either himself, the banker or a draw. When the bet is placed, both the player and the bank will be dealt two cards each. The best amount you can get in baccarat is 9. If the sum of the cards is 10 or more, you remove the first digit and your value becomes what you are left with. For example, if you have a hand with 7 and 8, the sum of these is 15. We remove the first number and the value of your hand becomes 5. Once the first two cards have been dealt to each of the players, the house or player may have to stand, or they may draw new cards, based on the following rules.

If either the player or the house has between 8 and 9 points, after the first two cards, it is called a 'natural'. If there is at least one 'natural', both hands will stand and the one with the highest value wins. If the player has a value of 5 or less, a new card will be drawn. But if the value is 6 or 7, your hand will stand. If the player is on 6 or 7 points, the house will draw a new card if the value is 5 or lower. If it is 6 or 7, the bank will also stand. If the player draws a third card, the bank can use its position to decide whether it is smartest to stand or draw a new card.

Finally, you see who has the highest value. This will of course be the winner. If it should be the same, it will be a 'push', and both will get their bet back, unless the bet has been placed on a draw. If the player wins, there will be a 1: 1 payout. Bet on the house gives 19:20 which is the same as 1: 1 only with 5% to the house. In addition, most casinos give 8: 1 on a draw. The reason why games on the house do not give as high a payout as games on the player is because the house has the advantage of being able to play from position, and has more information whether they want to draw the important third card or not.