No Commission Baccarat is played with 9 decks of shuffled cards. In this game the aim is correctly predict if the player or dealer will have a point value closer to 9. You could even wager on the outcome being a tie. Whatever you choose you can be assured of a quick-paced game crammed with excitement.
How to play No Commission Baccarat
Before you begin it is essential to choose your wager. This is achieved in a similar way to a real casino, where you choose your chip. In fact you can choose a combination of these to create a bespoke bet.
The game begins with the dealer and player each receiving two cards (cards carry the matched value up to 9; 10, J, Q, K and A equals zero). At this point a natural 8 or 9 will signal a winner.
If the outcome equals 0 to 5 a third card is drawn (other rules apply to dealers and players hands). The aim is still to predict the closest hand to 9, so once this third card appears you will know if you’ve won. The potential payout will depend on the outcome and wager placed, with the largest 8:1 being attached to correctly predicting a tied game.
The obvious difference with this Baccarat game is there is no commission. This means the banker takes no commission on losing bets. This means payouts of 1:1 unless the banker manager to win on an 8; in this event you’ll receive just half your stake back (1:2). This means you’re less likely to lose your stake, which is very useful indeed.