Baccarat Chemin de Fer Rules and Strategy

Punto Banco Codes

Baccarat chemin de fer is wagered on with 8 decks in a dealer’s shoe. Cards under 10 are counted at their printed value and with 10, J, Q, K are zero, and A is 1. Bets are made on the ‘banker’, the ‘player’, or for a tie (these aren’t really people; they simply represent the two hands to be dealt).

Two hands of two cards are then dealt to the ‘banker’ and ‘player’. The total for every hand is the total of the cards, however the 1st number is ignored. For example, a hand of 5 and 6 has a value of one (five plus 6 equals eleven; drop the first ‘1′).

A third card will be given using the following rules:

- If the gambler or house achieves a total of 8 or 9, both players hold.

- If the player has less than 5, she takes a card. Players otherwise stand.

- If the gambler holds, the bank takes a card on a value lower than five. If the gambler hits, a table is employed to figure out if the house stands or takes a card.

Punto Banco Odds

The larger of the two hands wins. Winning bets on the bank payout 19 to 20 (even money minus a five percent commission. The Rake is kept track of and paid off when you leave the table so ensure you have cash around just before you leave). Winning wagers on the player pay 1:1. Winning bets for tie normally pay 8 to 1 but on occasion 9:1. (This is a bad wager as a tie occurs less than 1 in every ten hands. Be wary of putting money on a tie. However odds are astonishingly better for nine to one versus eight to one)

Bet on correctly baccarat gives fairly decent odds, apart from the tie bet of course.

Baccarat Banque Scheme

As with all games punto banco has quite a few general myths. One of which is similar to a myth in roulette. The past is not a prophecy of future events. Keeping score of past outcomes on a page of paper is a waste of paper and a snub to the tree that was cut down for our stationary needs.

The most familiar and likely the most successful method is the one-three-two-six technique. This plan is employed to pump up profits and minimizing risk.

Start by placing 1 unit. If you win, add another to the two on the game table for a grand total of 3 chips on the second bet. If you win you will retain 6 on the table, take away four so you keep two on the third wager. Should you win the 3rd bet, put down two on the four on the table for a grand total of six on the 4th round.

If you don’t win on the first wager, you take a loss of one. A profit on the first wager followed by a loss on the 2nd brings about a loss of 2. Wins on the 1st 2 with a defeat on the third provides you with a profit of two. And success on the first 3 with a hit on the fourth means you experience no loss. Winning at all four rounds leaves you with 12, a profit of ten. This means you can squander the 2nd round 5 times for every favorable streak of 4 rounds and in the end, break even.

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