Play Baccarat as if you were at the casino!
Build and practice your strategy before you play at the casino!
- Large high quality cards and chips
- Leaderboard to boast your score
- You can place bets on Player, Player Pair, Tie, Banker Pair, and Banker at the same time
- The maximum limit of each bet position is 20,000
- Player pays 1 to 1
- Player Pair pays 11 to 1
- Tie pays 8 to 1
- Banker Pair pays 11 to 1
- Banker pays 19 to 20
- Shuffling after half of the 6-deck cards played
Baccarat is a comparing card game played between two hands, the
"Player" and the "Banker." Each baccarat round has three possible
outcomes: "Player win" (Player has the higher score), "Banker win,"
and "Tie." Face cards (Jacks, Queens, and Kings) and Tens are worth 0
points. Aces are worth 1 point. All other cards are worth their face
value. Hands are valued according to the rightmost digit of the sum
of their constituent cards: for example, a hand consisting of 3 and 4
is worth 7, but a hand consisting of 7 and 8 is worth 5 (the
rightmost digit of the total, 15). The highest possible hand value is
9. In the game, a "Baccarat" refers to anything with a value of zero;
in a hand of K, 4 and 6, the King is a "baccarat," and the hand value
is also "baccarat."
Baccarat is dealt from a shoe containing 6 decks of cards shuffled
together. For each round, two cards are dealt face up to each hand,
starting from "Player" and alternating between the hands. If either
Player or Banker or both achieve a total of 8 or 9 at this stage, the
round is finished and the result is announced. If neither hand has
eight or nine, the drawing rules are applied to determine whether
Player should receive a third card. Then, based on the value of any
card drawn to the Player, the drawing rules are applied to determine
whether the Banker should receive a third card. The round is then
finished, the outcome is announced and winning bets are paid out.
Shuffling after half of the 6-deck cards played. The player can
also choose to shuffle cards before next game.
The Tableau of Drawing Rules
Drawing rules in descending order:
- If either the Player or Banker is dealt a total of 8 or 9 in
the first two cards (known as a "natural"), both stand.
- Player's rule: If Player has an initial total
of 0–5, he draws a third card. If Player has an initial total of 6
or 7, he stands.
- Banker's rule: If Player has only two cards,
the banker regards only his own hand and acts according to the
same rule as Player. That means Banker draws a third card with
hands 0–5 and stands with 6 or 7. If Player drew a third card, the
Banker acts according to the following more complex rules:
|Banker total of the first two cards
||Banker draws a card when the Player's third card
||Banker stands when the Player's third card is
|0, 1, or 2
||Banker always draws a card
||0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 9
||2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7
||0, 1, 8, or 9
||4, 5, 6, or 7
||0, 1, 2, 3, 8, or 9
||6, or 7
||0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, or 9
||Banker always stands
|8 or 9
||Player always stands
||Player always stands
- Player pays 1 to 1.
- Player Pair pays 11 to 1.
- Tie pays 8 to 1.
- Banker Pair pays 11 to 1.
- Banker pays 19 to 20.
How to Bet
To bet just tap chips on the table. You can increase your bet by
touching the 1, 5, 50, 100, or 500 chip. You can reduce your bet by
touching the betting chip stack. To clear a bet just tap the Clear
button or reuse the last bet amount by touching the Rebet button. You
can place bets on multiple positions at the same time. The maximum
limit on each bet is 20,000.
To play, press Deal.