Game Overview

Baccarat is a thrilling game played at major casinos all over the world. It's up to you to play that the Player's hand will win, the house's hand will win, or that the game will result in a tie.

The Rules

Baccarat is a thrilling game played at major casinos all over the world. It's up to you to play that the Player's hand will win, the house’s hand will win, or that the game will result in a tie.

If the cards in a hand total more than ten points, simply subtract ten; the remainder is the baccarat point value of the hand. For example: 8+8=16, which counts as a 6 in baccarat; and 8+9=17, which counts as 7.

Third Card Rules

The following baccarat rule chart governs when the Player and/or the house will automatically be dealt (i.e. "draws") a third card in the Baccarat game:

Payouts

All winning plays for the house and the Player pay even winnings. However, if you win by playing on the house, the bank receives 5% commission of your credits. If you correctly play that the two hands will tie, your winnings are 8 to 1.