Join up to four tables at the same time in Live Baccarat!
Both the Banker and the Dealer are dealt hands in Live Baccarat.
Prior to each deal, bet on whether your hand or the Banker's hand will be closest to a sum of nine.
You could also choose to bet on a tie, where both hands will have the same value.
In each game of Live Baccarat, eight standard 52-card decks are used.
Place your bets by clicking on different areas of the table.
Each click on the table will add an extra chip to that bet.
You and the Banker will each receive two cards once the betting time is up.
The Third Card Rule will determine whether you need to receive another card.
The maximum about of cards you can receive is three.
A tie will be declared if you and the Banker have the same sum value of cards, with any wagers being paid out subsequently.
If the value of the cards in either hand on the first two cards is 0 to 7 inclusive, the hands shall draw in accordance with the ‘Third Card Rules’.
Third Card Rules
The Third Card Rules for the player are laid out as below:
|Sum of Player's Two Cards||Action|
|0-5||Player must draw another card|
|6-7||Player's hand must stand|
|8-9||Both the Player's and Banker's hands must stand|
The Third Card Rules for the Banker are shown below:
|Sum of Banker's Two Cards||Action|
|0-2||Banker must draw another card|
|3-6||The third card to the player's hand determines whether the Banker draws or stands|
|7||Banker's hand must stand|
|8-9||Both the Banker's and player's hand must stand|
It is possible to access a maximum of four separate tables simultaneously with the multi-play feature.
All four windows can be viewed in the same browser window, just resize the browser window once you have joined the tables.
Return To Player
The optimal theoretical payout percentage is: