Three Card Baccarat Basics
Three Card Baccarat is played using a single, fifty-two card deck. At the start of every round, three cards are drawn for the player and dealer positions. Choose one of the available coin values, and place them on the betting field. You can wager on three different bets. You can play the main bet, try to win a tie stake, or play the three faces side-bet. This is the only side bet available in the game currently.
After choosing your wager, the cards are dealt as mentioned above. Unlike standard baccarat, you are guaranteed to get three cards on each round. However, the way to determine who the winner is remains the same. The sum of all three cards are added together, and their last number is the hand total value. For example, if we get three tens, our sum total would be thirty, but the hand total value would be zero.
Hand value totals are then compared. The goal is to get as close to nine as possible. The side that comes closest after all cards are drawn will win the prize. In case the hand value total for both sides is equal, it will result in a tie. After a winner is determined, the next round starts, following the same rules. All number cards grant their face value as points, while ten and face cards offer zero points.