What Is Live Baccarat?

Live Baccarat is a famous online casino game. The earliest version of the original offline game dates to the XIXth century in France. It began as a 3-player game before turning into a 2-player version named "Chemin de Fer." Today's version is Baccarat Punto Banco, which means the Player Bank. You bet on whether the player's or banker's hand will reach a closer value to 9 or the total will be a tie. It's not a game of skill and it comprises a predetermined set of rules for dealing the cards. The player must decide which hand to bet on.

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  • Punto Banco is a game between a banker and a player. You bet on an outcome of the total value of the two hands.
  • The game includes eight standard decks of 52 playing-cards.
  • The Ace is considered to have a value of "1." Cards between 2 and 9 are considered at face value. The 10, the Jack, the Queen, and the King are considered to have a value of "0."
  • Each player receives two cards. An extra card can be dealt, depending on the value of the first cards. The 3rd card rule applies.
  • The hand which is the closest to 9 will win. If the two cards are identical, it's a tie. Only 3 cards can be dealt.
  • If the banker of player's first 2 cards adds up to 8 or 9, no more cards will be dealt. The hand is over and the payouts are offered.
  • How Much Can You Win?

    The value of your win depends on the Baccarat variant you bet on and the bonuses available. It's a game of chance and you must bet responsibly. Wins can reach values of over 4-figures.