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Baccarat Rules / How to Play Baccarat

 

Aspinwall uses Playtech Software. The house advantage and bonus options are excellent for the player. Stay away from the tie bet and you'll improve your chances without question.

How the game is played 

The object in baccarat is to bet whether the banker's hand or the player's hand will end up with a point value at 9 or  closest to 9. The hand with the highest value wins.

All ten-value cards count as zero and aces count as one. All other cards are the point value indicated on the card. If a hand total is more than ten points, just subtract ten. The balance is the baccarat point value of the hand. An example would be: 9+3=12, this would count as 2.

Each player will place a bet on the either the player's hand, banker's hand or on a tie. A tie is when both hands have equal point values. If the outcome of the game ends in a tie, bets on the banker and player neither win nor lose they are considered a push.

All winning bets pay even money. Note that if the banker wins, the house receives 5% commission. A tie pays 8 to 1.


If you win by betting on the banker, the casino adds on a 5% commission that is subtracted from your winnings.  What this means is-- if you bet the bank and win, you win 95% of your bet amount.

Baccarat is one of the best games to play! Few people are comfortable with Baccarat since it is often associated as a game with high table minimums. This is a fallacy. The house edges are very reasonable. The banker is 1.17% and the player is 1.35%, the banker has a marginal advantage.

The the tie bet has a house edge of 14.1%. I recommend staying away from this bet since it's one of the highest house advantages in the casino.


Baccarat Rules for Drawing

 

Player's Hand

When Player's First Two Cards are:

Player Must

0-1-2-3-4-5

Draw card

6-7

Stand

8-9

Natural hand, banker can't draw

 

Banker's Hand

Banker's First Two Cards:

Banker draws when the player's third card is:

Banker does not draw when the player's third card is:

0-1-2

Draw card

-

3

0-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-9

8

4

2-3-4-5-6-7

0-1-8-9

5

4-5-6-7

0-1-2-3-8-9

6

6-7

0-1-2-3-4-5-8-9

7

Stand

-

8-9

Natural , Player can't draw

Player can't draw

 

 

Baccarat Rules / How to Play Baccarat