Strategies & Drawing-Standing Chart
by Gayle Mitchell
lesson continues your education with Baccarat
including Third Card Rules as presented with a Drawing-Standing
chart at Learn Poker.
There is an easy
decision here. Bet the banker hand or player hand.
The tie bet is
a bad bet and is
to be avoided.
All number cards, 2 through 9, count as their face value or
the number of pips on the card.
and face cards count as 10.
as 1. No hand can be worth more than 9.
If it is higher, then only the last
digit of the total
is used, so 5 not 15.
Third Card Rules--Drawing
& Standing Chart
It is important to remember that no hand is too bad or too
good to win, because the count can change with the third card, if one
creates a mounting
suspense, and that’s what makes baccarat such an exciting adventure.
basics are as
follows: Cards more favorable to the bank hand
in order of strength, while 4-3-2-5 are player favorable cards.
6 and 8 are neutral; no favor for either hand.
player when there is a higher ratio of twos through fives in the deck
banker when there is a higher ratio of high cards in the deck.
average shoe will deal about 82 hands. Bank will win 38 times, player
and 8 ties (about every 10th hand).
Bank hands win more
because the bank stands
on a 7, 8 or 9, while player stands on 6, 7, 8 and 9. Bank can draw on
where player cannot.
Another baccarat strategy I recommend is to bet on the hand
that won the last game, because streaks are legendary in this game.
A banker or player can win 10, 15, or even 20 hands in a row
after the shoe opens up.
I recommend that educated gamblers observe and
participate in this game because of the low house edge and the
That road to profits in baccarat is definitely with
betting after each win.
Strategies is followed by a poker lesson by Frank
Play Poker 1
Poker Games 2 with 7 Game Types
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