Baccarat

TABLE GAME

Baccarat

The most dramatic table game

Overview

The participant may make a bet guessing whether the player hand or the banker hand will win.
There is also a tie wager when you’re expecting a draw.

All wagers must be within the table limit. (See the game option for the lowest and highest betting amount.)
The dealer draws cards to the player's and the banker’s hand according to drawing rules, and the hand closest to 9 wins.
The player and the banker hand each receive two or three cards, and the winner will be determined by the sum of those cards.

The names “Banker” and “Player” are not significant as they merely serve as distinguishing titles for betting areas. Customers wager on the side that they expect to win.

Payouts

All winning bets on the player's hand will be paid 1 to 1. However, all winning bets on the banker's hand will have to pay a 5 % commission to the house. On a winning tie bet, it will be paid 8 to 1. The original bet is not collected.

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Card Values

10, King, Queen, and Jack are all counted as 0. Other cards are counted at their face value.

point -When the total becomes a two-digit number, the first digit is discarded and only the second digit retains its value.
POINTWhen the total becomes a two-digit number, the first digit is discarded and only the second digit retains its value.

Rules

Rules
VALUE PLAYER BANKER
NATURAL 9, 8 9, 8
STAND 7, 6 7
NOTHING Less than 5 Less than 6

NATURAL

A "natural” is the highest value of the initial 2 cards. When the initial 2 cards total 8 or 9 on either side, the game will be over without drawing anymore cards. (game is over with 4 cards)

STAND

When player’s initial 2 cards total 6 or 7 or the banker’s initial 2 cards total 7, it is called a Stand. No matter who is a Stand, there's no more drawing cards. When the both parties are Stands, the game is over without drawing more cards.(game may finish with 4 or 5 cards)

NOTHING

If the values of the both player's and the banker’s initial two cards are less than the Stand, one more card is first dealt to the player. The game can be over depending on the value of the player’s additional card or banker's additional card. (the game is over with 5 or 6 cards)

Drawing Rules

After all participants place their wagers, the initial 4 cards will be dealt by the two alternately in the order of player-banker-player-banker. Depending on the outcome of the initial 4 cards, the game may end with 5 or 6 cards. The case is as follows.

Natural Game

Natural Game
PLAYER BANKER Result
Only one side can be a natural (8 or 9) The side with a natural wins.
=9 =5 PLAYER WIN
Natural (8 or 9) Natural (8 or 9) The higher value wins. If both sides are equal, it is a tie.
=8 =9 BANKER WIN

When the initial 2 cards total 8 or 9 on either side, it is a natural and the game will be over without drawing anymore cards. If the initial 2 cards total 8 or 9 on both sides, the higher value wins. If they are equal, the game will end up in a tie.

Stand Game

Stand Game
PLAYER BANKER Result
Stand(6,7) Stand(7) The higher value wins. If both sides are equal, it is a tie.
=6 =7 BANKER WIN
One side is a stand, and the other side falls short of a stand. After the side falling short of a stand is dealt an additional card, the one with a higher hand wins. If both sides have the same hands, the game is a tie.
=7 =5 PLAYER WIN

When the initial two cards of the player total 6 or 7, or the initial two cards of the banker total 7, it is called a ‘Stand'. It stands with no more drawing.
If the other side card value is less than a stand, draws one more card and the game will be finished. The higher value wins; if the two sides have the same value, the game would be a tie.
If both sides are a stand, the game will be finished without additional drawing. The higher value wins; if both sides have the same value, the game would be a tie.

More Card Draw Game

More Card Draw Game
Initial two-card hand
PLAYER
+
Less than 5 6 BANKER
+
5
4
3

one more player

More Card Draw Game
PLAYER Less than 5 Result
BANKER 6 5 4 3
3rd
Player
card
= 8,9,0,1, 2,3,4,5 = 8,9,0,1,2,3 = 8,9,0,1 = 8 PLAYER BANKER
= 6,7 = 4,5,6,7 = 2,3,4,5,6,7 = 9,0,1,2,
3,4,5,6,7
Game over one more card for banker PLAYER BANKER

If the player’s two-card value is less than 5 and the banker’s two-card value is 6 or less, the player draws the 3rd card.
Depending on the player’s 3rd card, game could end or the banker draws the 3rd card to end the game.
The banker’s two-card value (6,5,4,3) and the player’s 3rd card decide whether the banker gets additional drawing or not, as in the table above.

When the player’s two-card value is 5 or less and the banker’s two-card value is 6,

- The game ends if the player’s 3rd card is an 8,9,0,1,2,3,4, or 5.
- The banker gets additional drawing and the game ends if the player’s 3rd card is 6 or 7.

When the player’s two cards value is 5 or less and the banker’s two cards value is 5,

- The game ends if the player’s 3rd card is one of 8,9,0,1,2, and 3.
- The banker gets additional drawing and the game ends if the player’s 3rd card is 4,5,6, or 7.

When the player’s two-card value is 5 or less and the banker’s two-card value is 4,

- The game ends if the player’s 3rd card is 8,9,0, or 1.
- The banker gets additional drawing and the game ends if the player’s 3rd card is 2,3,4,5,6, or 7.

When the player’s two-card value is 5 or less and the banker’s two-card value is 3,

- The game ends if the player’s 3rd card is 8.
- The banker gets additional drawing and the game ends if the player’s 3rd card is 9,0,1,2,3,4,5,6, or 7.

The higher value of the two- or three-card total wins; if they have the same value, the game would end in a tie.

Both Sides Draw Game

Both Sides Draw Game
PLAYER BANKER Result
Less than 5 0,1,2 After both sides draw, the side with a higher value wins. If the scores of both sides are equal, the game is a tie.
=7 PLAYER WIN
=6

When the player’s two cards value is 5 or less and the banker’s two-card value is 0, 1, or 2, both sides draw one more card, which is the final drawing.
The higher value wins. If both sides have the same value, the game would be a tie.

  1. After the dealer finishes the shuffle,
    the player will be given an indicate card for cutting the cards.

    Indicate Card Card Cuting
  2. After the cut, the dealer loads the cards into the shoe to begin the opening game.

    Open Game
  3. The game starts while the dealer leads the betting. The dealer proceeds with the game according to the drawing rules.

  4. No bettings are admitted after the “no more bets” call.

  5. All wagers should be within the limit.
    Exception) For the tie bet and the pair bet, additional bets can be made up to the amount others don't bet.

  6. When the indicate card comes out,
    the occurring game will be the last game of the shoe.

    Last Game

Commission / No commission(Commission / No commission)

Commission : Five percent of the winning banker's bet will be deducted as a commission from the payout.

No commission : No commission will be deducted from the winning banker's bet. However, 50% of the winning banker's bet will be deducted as a comission when the banker wins with a total of 6.

Commission No commission

No squeeze / All card squeeze(No squeeze / All card squeeze)

Squeeze tables let you look at the cards you make a bet on, giving you more fun and excitement.

Card squeeze

Limit(Limit)

The Maximum and Minimum limits of wager is assigned on each table, which is called a Limit. There are more than two limits assigned on each table.
Player may choose the limit he/she desires.

You can enjoy table games with all the options of commission/no commission, no squeeze/all card squeeze, and various combinations of limits on each table in the Paradise Casino Walkerhill.
Limit LCD

Pair bet(Pair bet)

If the initial two cards on the player's or the banker's hand are pair cards (two cards with the same value), the winner will be paid at a rate of one to eleven.
In case of no pair, the wager will be taken away. Pair betting is available on both the player's and the banker's hand

The player may make additional pair bet wager on other player’s hand up to the limit.
10 – J, J – K, and Q – K are counted as the same value of 0 in baccarat, but none of these combinations is a pair.
A tie bet or a pair bet is accepted without an original (player/banker) wager. Card drawing needs to be open.

Private Gaming(Private Game)

If you want to play alone or only within your party, please request private gaming.
You may decide the limit of the table; however the stakes are usually higher than at normal tables.
Please ask one of our floor persons for your private gaming table at any time.

Private Room Private Room

Score Card

  • - We offer score cards and pens to write down the score and patterns of series of hands.
  • - You can take the score card and a pen as a souvenir.
Score Card Pen