Baccarat is perhaps the best known casino games around; heck, if it’s good enough for James Bond it’s good enough for us too. Despite this we still find some players are confused by the game, but they really shouldn’t be because it’s one of the quickest to learn and most enjoyable to play. Try it for yourself free above.
How to play Baccarat
There is a selection of chips located in the bottom right hand corner of the screen. You can choose any of these, or a mixture if you prefer. You will only be able to bet on the Banker or Player, based on who you think will gain a hand closer to a total of 9.
Two cards are dealt after you've placed your bets (aptly using the deal button). If a winner isn't found a further card is drawn. The aim here is to gain a total close to, or exactly, 9. This is possible because all face cards (J, Q, K and A) and the 10 card are worth zero and 10 will be subtracted if your total still surpasses 9. This will leave the final numbers and if you've guessed correctly a prize is paid.