Baccarat, in its simplest form, is a game where you have two or three cards. Winners are the hands that have the highest score. There are no strategy considerations involved in Baccarat since it is purely a game of chance. The sport is traditionally played by the rich, although some recent variations make it more accessible to low rollers.
How to play
In a casino, three or six 52-card decks are shuffled and dealt from a shoe, or dealing box. The goal is to get as close as you can to nine during a hand of two or three cards. Each face (court) card and each ten are given a numeric value of 0, and the others are given their index value. To calculate the value of each hand, the last digit of each card must be added up, as it is critical for the win. Therefore, if the 2 cards during a hand are 8 and 5, the count is 3 instead of 13. In a competition, a hand with a picture card (zero) and a 6 wins since it is closer to a count of nine.
How playing this is the easiest
The banker deals two cards to the “punters'' (players) and to himself, facedown from the shoe. If anyone features a count of eight or nine—a “natural”—they turn their cards faceup and win immediately, except when the banker features a natural of an equivalent count, in which case it's a tie, and a replacement hand is dealt. With a count of six or seven a player must stand; with but five a player must involve a 3rd card, which is dealt face up; with exactly five a player may do either (but in most American casinos must draw). The banker must draw to some extent under three, must stand with some extent above six, and should do either with some extent of three to a player’s third-card nine or with some extent of 5 to a player’s third-card four. Otherwise, the banker must draw or stand as dictated by the most-favourable odds.