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Explain the Different types of Big Table Baccarat ?
Can somebody help me to understand Big Table Baccarat ?
What are all of the different types of Big Table Baccarat ?

Jan 22nd, 2008 02:13
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Baccarat is played in a snooty roped off area to separate itself from
the other games. The players are usually very well dressed and the table
minimums are often high. The regular baccarat table is about the size of
a craps table with 3 casino dealers and up to 12 or 14 players. Each
player, including the player dealing, may still bet on either the player
or the banker but it is customary for the dealer to bet on the banker.
The deal will rotate around the table, much like the dice rotate around
the craps table. If a player does not want to deal they may pass the
shoe to the next player. The same person will keep dealing as long as
the banker keeps winning. The person dealing will put two cards, face
down, tucked under the shoe, and give the player with the greatest bet
on the player the other two cards, face down. This player then looks at
the cards and then gives them back to the player who is dealing. Then
the player who is dealing will turn over the cards and one of the casino
dealers will announce the totals. Depending on the totals, the dealer
may then instruct the person dealing the cards to deal a third card.
Finally the dealers will pay winning wagers and collect losing ones out
of the dealerís tray. The player who actually deals is not assuming any
financial responsibility of the other players bets, unlike pai gow, and
is just turning over cards.
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