Baccarat is an exciting card game in which there are three ways to bet among which players can choose. Every player can bet on the hand of the banker (banker) or the hand of the player (player) or the tie (tie). Therefore, Baccarat is defined as a pure game of chance.
The objective: The aim of Baccarat is to bet which of the two hands (of the player or of the bank), will totalize a score as close as possible to 9 with the two cards distributed. In addition, players will have the option to bet on a tie.
The rules of the game: Baccarat is a fairly simple game. As in the Black Jack, it is important to know the value of the cards. In this game the cards from 2 to 9 keep their numerical value. In this case, the aces are worth 1 point, the cards with figures and tens count as zero. Each game of Baccarat begins with a first round of betting.
The player has three options to which he can bet: to win the bench, to win the player, or to that there will be a tie. After the first bets, the dealer deals two cards to both the players and the bank. Next, it will be determined if the total of either side is 8 or 9, that is called a 'natural'. If this is the case, no more cards will be dealt, so the game will end. If the player has bet on the winning hand, he will win the game. Otherwise, you will lose that game. If the total of either hand is 'natural', another card will be dealt to both hands to determine which is the winner. When the score is 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5, an additional card will be given to the player. Any player who has a higher score will not receive an additional card. Finally, the value of the hands of two (or three) cards will be determined. If the player has bet correctly, it will expire. It may be that the total points of a hand exceed the amount of ten points.
If so, then proceed to subtract 10 points to that amount. For example: If in a hand the player has a 4 and a 6, its value is 0. That player will receive an additional (third) card.