Baccarat Rules
The card values are nominal, with the notable exception of picture cards (Jack, Queen, King) and 10 which have the value is ‘0’ You can bet on either the Player or the Banker. The winning score is the one closest to 9 points.

The croupier deals the first four cards and places them in the following order:
The first card goes to the Player (marked with a P displayed on the left side of the screen); the second card goes to Banker (marked with a B displayed on the right-hand side the third one marked with a P and the fourth one with an B.

If the Player or the Banker scores 8 or 9 points with the first two cards, no further cards are dealt; in the event of a tie (for example, if Player and Banker both scored 7 or 8 points) the deal is judged void (e.g. no winner, no loser).If neither the player nor the dealer score 8 or 9 points with the first two cards the game continues.

If the Player gets a score between 0 and 5 points (inclusive) from the first two cards, they have the right to take a third card; if the total is between 6 and 7 no more can be dealt.

If the Banker scores 0, 1 or 2 points a third card is dealt.
If the Banker scores 7 no further cards will be dealt.
In all other cases the following table applies:

Players get ...and draws to Banker
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
3 T T T T T T T T R T
4 R R T T T T T T R R
5 R R R R T T T T R R
6 R R R R R R R T R R

T= «Draw»
R= «Stand»
In the event of a tie the deal is considered void. All the winning stakes on the Player are paid out at even money (1:1); each winning stake on the Banker has a 95% payout (19:20). There is also the opportunity to play the tie, known as Egalité; in this case the winnings are paid 8:1; to play the Egalité – do please note that you must have also played P or B. The user may choose from 7 tables with different limits as shown on the following chart:

Table 1 2 41
Table 2 5 102
Table 3 10 205
Table 4 20 410
Table 5 50 1020
Table 6 100 1550
Table 7 200 2100

The dealing time of each hand in the single player version will be determined by the user submitting their bet and results will change from player to player. A bet-list is available to check information about hands played.

The dealing time in the multiplayer version will be determined by the Roulette platform: the user will have 20 seconds to place a bet and confirm their intention. Then a further 5 seconds will pass before the cards are drawn, meaning there is a total of 40 seconds per stake; if the stake is not confirmed the user will see a message of non-confirmation.
To avoid commonly known betting patterns, such as doubling losing stakes (1, 2, 4, 8...) on even bets, on the 4th bet the game will only allow bets in the maximum amount of the 3rd bet plus 50%. In the multiplayer and ‘live’ versions of the game, the user will not only be able to consult the betting list as in other versions of the game, but they will also have at their disposal an archive detailing a range of useful statistics and game records.