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Bad Beat Baccarat explained.
« on: November 04, 2018, 05:51:26 PM »
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  • Bad beat Baccarat is a new addition to the baccarat family of casino games. I have played it and I like it and some of the best side Wagers pay a lot of money with bad beat Baccarat.

    Don't get confused and don't be intimidated by the game, it is only a variation for the side wagers but the player and banker and all the rules are the same.

    I'll try to describe it the best I can in easy terms. All the ones I have seen have been no commission.  I believe there are some Commission versions out there, I am told. But like mini and midi and the original big table baccarat where the players handled the shoe,  it's still the same game.

    To begin each player may place the base game wagers, Player or Banker if he wants that's an option the casino sets from my understanding,   the places I play at you, do not have to play the base bets of  Player or Banker, you can only play the side wagers if you want with the minimum amount of wagering that is in the table limits.

    The game is dealt according to the standard baccarat rules and procedures for non commission games if there's a three card winning 7 on the banker side that's a fortune 7 and the banker hand is a push and the player hand of course will lose.

    The side bets are as follows and I'll describe the bad beat baccarat first.  If a hand total of 9 happens with a 3 card draw over a 3 card draw of a hand of 8, the bad beat is paid at 40 to 1. If a hand total of 9 is comprised of two cards that went over a total of 8 with two cards it is paid at 10 to 1 for the bad beat. If a hand total of 8 wins over hand total of 7 which happens quite often the wagers are paid at 6 to 1. If a hand total of seven wins over a total of 6 which happens quite often the Wagers paid at 4 to 1. If a hand total wins over the opposite side by one point it is paid at 1 to 1.  All other outcomes will lose on the bad beat.  Above describes the bad beat separate wagers only.

    What they call the super shot Bad Beats are three separate wagers each winning on specific outcomes otherwise will lose. That hand values are interchangeable between the player and the banker, or it does not matter which one wins we are talking about the side wager and not the base bet of Banker or  Player. The three wages are as follows.  3 card total equaling a 9 with 3 card total equaling an 8 on the opposite side, is the highest paying wager on the side wagers of 200 to 1, for example $10 wager on that will get you a return of $2,000.00.  A 2 card total of a 9 Wins over two card total of 8, which would be a natural 9 / 8 natural,  pays 50 to 1. The last one is an eight wins over at 7 will pay 25 to 1.

    Don't get confused, you can bet any one of those as well as the bad beat some of them will replicate on the bad beat and pay extra in addition to those, that's where people get confused.

    Next will talk about the tie, there are four tie bets that's on the layout.  The regular tie 8 to 1 or 9 for 1 whatever terminology your casino uses, and then special bad beat super tie bets, which will pay 40 to 1. The first one is a 6 to 6 tie, which pays 40 to 1. The second one is a 7 to 7 tie, also pays 40 to 1. The last one is a combination of either a 6 to 6 or a 7 to 7 and that pays 20 to 1. The last one people get confused us the 6 to 6 or the  7 to 7 tie can happen and either one will pay you 20 to 1, unlike the first to you have to be on whichever one it is specifically.

    Next is the Fortune 7, some people also call the Dragon 7, which  everyone knows is a three card Bank win totaling a 7 and that's 40 to 1, so example $25 wager on that will get you $1,000 back. The next one is the Panda 8, on the players side with the three card win of a player 8, over the banker which pays 25 to 1.

    Everything else is the same and the rules of the game follows standard Baccarat.
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    Re: Bad Beat Baccarat explained.
    « Reply #1 on: November 05, 2018, 01:55:24 PM »
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  • Pictures of a live B&M casino Bad Beat Table:

    Picture #1; A Bad Beat Table with a Fortune 7 being paid a $2,000.00 payout for a $50.00 wager

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    Picture #2; A Bad Beat Table with a Fortune 7 being paid out $1,800.00 for a $45.00 wager

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    Picture #3; A Bad Beat Table with a 3 card 9/8 being paid out $2,000.00 for a $10.00 wager and also my Banker wager of
                        $320.00 being paid out $320.00 because the Banker won the hand as well with the base Banker wager.

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