Baccarat is a game that is played between the player and the casino. The goal of the casino game baccarat is to predict which hand will be the highest. You can also predict a draw. The game is played with 8 packs of 52 cards (excluding jokers), which are shuffled before each round.
Place a single bet or a combination in one of the betting areas (TIE, BANKER, or PLAYER), and start sharing. The player and the bank each receive two or three cards. The game compares the value of the hands of the player and the bank. The hand with the value closest to 9 wins. Equal hands yield a draw: neither the player nor the bank wins.
If the player or bank has 8 or 9, a “natural” occurs and both hands no longer take a card. This rule goes before every other rule. If neither the player nor the bank has 8 or 9, the game continues as follows: If the player has 0-5, he gets a third card. If the player has 6 or 7, the hand will no longer receive a card. If the player no longer takes a card, the bank draws a third card if he has 0-5. If the player draws a third card at baccarat, it depends on the value of the card drawn by the player and the value of the hand from the bank or the bank gets a third card.
The value of the hand is obtained by adding the values of the cards in the hand. The number cards 2-9 count as their value, aces count as 1, and men, women, farmers and 10s count as 0. If the value is 10 or more, 10 is subtracted. The remaining number is the value of the hand (for example, 13 becomes 3).