Baccarat Betting

Baccarat has a very reasonable set of Odds for the Player when compared to most games.
On Player bets the House has a small edge, to compensate for this the House takes a commission (usually 5 percent) on winning bank bets.

Bets are made prior to any cards being dealt. The Banker plays against only one Player at a time,
but any or all the other Players may bet on the hand.

In regular casinos, Baccarat is played on a kidney shaped Table that can seat up to 12 or 14 players, depending on the size of the Table. Three Dealers (croupiers) run the game; one handles the cards, while the other two handle the wagers and the commission that is paid on winning bank bets. Where the Players sit is not important, but bets must be made in a marked area on the Table that corresponds to the Players seat.

Players may bet three ways: on the Bank, on the Players Hand, or for a Tie.
Players often switch from betting on the Bank to betting on the Players Hand and vice versa.
(Betting for a Tie is not usually smart, while having a larger payoff,
it is considered one of the worst wagers in the casino.)
A bet is made by placing money on the Table in your marked area on the wagered spot.
For example, if you are Player number 3 and wish to bet on the Bank you place the desired wager amount on the Table Layout Place for player number 3 marked Bank.

Winning Player and Bank bets pay even money (excluding banker bet commissions).
Hands that result in a Tie usually pay off at 8 to 1 and a Bank or Player bet is treated as a push with the money sitting on the Table for the next hand.

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