Baccarat is one of the most played games in casinos worldwide, but there are also many different variations of this game.
Fast and Reliable Baccarat describes the rules for three commonly played forms of baccarat. These are punto banco, chemin de fer, and baccarat new variant (also known as baccarat evolution or banker versus player).
In all three games described in this article players bet on whether a particular hand will be a #1 Win, which means that it beats the dealer’s hand; a tie; or a #2 Loss, which means that it loses to the casino’s hand.
When playing บาคาร่า, all players wager on whether a particular outcome is going to be #1 or #2. You thus have three choices for each hand – win, tie or lose. When the outcome is either a tie or a loss this means that you’ve lost your bet.
In these games if one of your two hands has a value closest to nine then this is known as being natural, however any total over ten is automatically counted as zero (e.g., 9-4 would be 5). If both your hands are totals under seven then they are said to be bust and treated as though they had the value 0 (i.e., 6-6 would be 0, not 6).
Baccarat: punto banco
Punto banco is the original and most basic form of PG สล็อต. In punto banco there are no decisions for individual players and therefore neither the player nor the banker has an edge over the other. This makes it a fair game where you stand to make or lose what you bet based on luck alone, rather than because of an advantage from superior knowledge or skills.
In punto banco both hands start at a value of 0 and players wager on whether either hand will be closer to 9, in which case this would be known as a #1 win, or whether the hands will end up being exactly equal in which case this would be a tie, or whether the hands will end up farther from 9 in which case this would be a #2 losses.
In punto banco the player and dealer each receive two cards. If both cards of either hand are an 8 or a face card then that hand immediately counts as a #1 win (known as a natural, because it’s closest to nine). In all other cases – where neither hand is a natural – both hands have to receive one more card from the banker prior to being assessed for win/loss/tie outcomes.