New Full Table Baccarat at InterCasino
InterCasino has just launched the wonderfully fun game of Full Table Baccarat. Baccarat has always been a popular game in land-based casinos around the world and reached high levels of popularity after Ian Fleming made it the game of choice for his spy character, James Bond 007.
It’s a simple game to play. Two hands are dealt in Baccarat – the Banker’s hand and the Player’s hand. Prior to each deal, you can wager on whether the Banker’s hand or the Player’s hand will finish closest to a total of 9. If you like, you can also wager that the two hands will tie (finish on the same total). 8 decks of 52 cards each are used and the cards are reshuffled after 89% of
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After players have placed their bets, the Player and the Banker are dealt two cards. All tens and picture cards are worth 0, aces are worth 1 and all other cards are worth their face value. If the value of the dealt cards exceeds 9, then the value is adjusted by subtracting 10 from the total. So, if you are dealt an 8 and a 4, you have a total of 2 (not 12).
After the first two cards are dealt to both the Player and the Dealer, a third additional card may be dealt but you don’t get to choose if you want a third card. All additional cards are subject to a Third Card Rule. No hand ever receives more than 3 cards in total. If the value of the cards in either hand is an 8 or a 9 (a natural) after receiving the initial 2 cards, no more cards will be dealt to either hand. If the value of the cards in the Banker’s hand on the first 2 cards is 0 to 7 (inclusive), the Player’s hand shall draw in accordance with the Third Card Rules.
At InterCasino, if you win as Player, your bet is paid 1 to 1. If you win as Banker, your bet is paid 1 to 1 minus 5% house commission. A winning Tie wager is paid 8 to 1. You can bet from $5 minimum to $300 maximum.
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