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Baccarat has a mythical reputation because it is associated with high rollers. Learning how to play Baccarat is easy. You don’t need any skill, but luck of the draw. The croupier will explain everything as you go. Baccarat can be played if you can count up to 9. The croupier adds up your hands so even if it’s not possible to count to 9, you still can play.

There are two key points to remember when it comes to baccarat.
1. Except for “tie”, there is no house edge.
2. Avoid tie bets

Baccarat is possible with three outcomes: banker wins; player wins; or tie. The outcome will be determined by the order in which the cards are drawn. Here’s how you can play baccarat at any regular land casino.

You can choose to play at a baccarat tables that can accommodate up to 13 or a mini-baccarat. Buy-ins are as low $25 as $25. Buy-ins for large spenders can be found in another area.

The boxes that you place bets on are located on the table. The box nearest to you can bet on the winning “player”, while the box further away can be used for betting on banker wins. Tie bets can also be placed. Tie betting has a higher house edge than 14% so they are not recommended. The terms “player” (and “banker”) in Baccarat refer not to you or the dealer, but rather to a theoretical player and banker. You bet on the one or the other (or the tie).

Each card is dealt to the player and the dealer. There is usually a winner after two cards have been dealt. This is the hand which adds up to nine. Cards 2-9 can be scored based upon their face value. Face cards and 10s are given zero and face cards receive one point. Aces are awarded one point. If you have more than ten hands, the count is only the last digit. To count to 9, you don’t even need to know how to do it.

Two cards are drawn face-down to the “player” and “banker”, then the player’s cards, then the banker cards. The croupier adds all the hands. If the player has a hand of 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4, the croupier will give him a second card. The banker can be dealt a card depending on what the third card is. The rules of the banker getting a 3rd card will be determined by the table.

If the 3rd card of the player is: —– Banking Draws if —-Banker stands if:
2 or 3 His score in is 0.-4 .
4 or 5. His score is between 0-5 ——.
6 or 7. His score is 0-6 ——. His score of 7 is 7.
8 His score: 0-2 ———-.
Ace, 9, 10, face card —- his score is 0-3 —– and he is 4-7

The dealer will provide instructions for you if you require a third hand. Once all cards have been dealt the winner is the hand that has 9 or less. Tie-breakers are allowed. For odds, the banker has a slightly higher winning percentage than the player. The house edge on banker and player bets is 1.17%, and 1.36% respectively. The best, but not the only, strategy for baccarat is knowing when to cash out your winnings.