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You might not have realized this, but Live Baccarat was the first Live Casino game to be invented! An exciting and fun-filled dice game, it’s an easy game to learn but offers plenty of entertainment – and it’s the only game you can play where you can bet against yourself and still win!
Played like the standard game, but with a unique live setting, our Live Baccarat game offers a number of exciting benefits including the knowledge of a real dealer, enhanced chat facilities, a player leader board for that competitive edge, and increased in-game statistics that help you to know more about your game.
How it Works and Getting started
You need to have a Real Money Casino.com Canada account to be able to play in our Live Casino. To open an online casino games account, download our software and then click on the Play for Real Money button. Next, complete the quick and easy web form for identification and security purposes only, read and agree to the terms and conditions, and activate your account.
You place funds into your online casino bankroll, and use this to make your Live Baccarat bets. You use our software to place your bets and set the game in motion, and watch via live video feed as the dealer carries out your commands and completes the game in a live casino setting. Your winnings are paid directly to your bankroll, and the whole process is seamless so all you need to concentrate on is having fun!
How to Play
When you play Live Baccarat, it starts with the dealer dealing cards to the player hand and to the banker hand. Once the deal is complete, you set your bet amount and then place your bet on the table, indicating whether you think the banker or player will have the better hand. Once your bet is complete, two extra cards are dealt to the player and then two extra cards to the banker. The cards are shown and the value of each hand is worked out to determine the winner.
When it comes to the points value, you count up the value of each card to find the total. But the totals are not necessarily those shown on the card; each number has it’s own value assigned. Aces are worth one point each, 10 cards and face cards are worth zero points and all the other cards in play (number cards) are worth their numbered value. The winning hand is the hand that is closest in points value to 9, and you win if you bet on the better hand.