Play Baccarat Remastered, a fantastic way to enjoy the classic casino game.
All you have to do is place a wager on the outcome of a game between yourself and the banker, with the hand closest to nine winning.
You could also bet on a tie, which pays out at 8:1.
What are your cards worth?
The bet sizes available in Baccarat Remastered range from £1 to £1,000.
In Baccarat Remastered, the objective is to correctly predict whether your hand or the banker's is valued closer to nine.
You can place bets on you having the winning hand, the banker having the winning hand, or whether the cards have the same value, resulting in a tie.
How to Play
When your wager has been placed, two cards are dealt to you and the banker.
If your hand or the banker's hand is worth either an eight or nine, this is called a "natural". As a result, no more cards will be dealt.
If the value of your hand is five or less, a third card is dealt to you - if you do not draw a third card, the banker is forced to 'stand' on a hand of six or more.
The values of the cards in this game are explained below:
If the sum of your hand is worth more than 10, only the last digit is considered (e.g. a hand of 18 is worth eight; a hand of 10 is worth zero).
Two side bets are featured in this game, and they are Any Pair and Perfect Pairs.
Any Pair Side Bet
Place a wager on a pair being dealt to yourself or the banker in your initial two-card hand.
If both you and the banker are dealt a pair, the Any Pair side bet pays extra - if all four first cards are of the same rank, the payout will be even greater.
Any Pair Payouts:
Perfect Pairs Side Bet
Bet on the possibility of either you or the banker securing a Perfect Pair in your initial two-card hand.
A Perfect Pair means the two cards are identical, as they have the same suit and rank.
If both you and the banker are dealt Perfect Pairs, this side bet pays extra - if all four first cards are of the same suit and rank, it will pay even more.
Perfect Pairs Payouts
Win History Boards
This game features six Win History Boards, and this aids you as you make your next guess.
Click on individual boards and more of the History Viewer will be displayed.
The Bead Plate displays previous results on the table:
The Big Road, Small Road, Big Eye Boy and Cockroach Pig show different ways of understanding the patterns of the past results.
Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 98.94%.
Any Pair Side Bet RTP: 97.30%.
Perfect Pairs Side Bet RTP: 95.32%.
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £98.94 of wins.
This return is based on the player making the best choices.