Baccarat is a popular game in Malaysia due to its simplicity and higher winning chances despite its low house edge. However, not many gamblers know that there are different types of Baccarat games with slight differences in their rules. Because of this, learning the basics of baccarat strategies may be profitable for them.
Any Malaysian or Singapore casino always offers this classic game. All they need is to bet on three options: banker bet, player bet, or tie bet. They must guess which hand is closest to 9: banker, player, or tie. If the number exceeds, the left number in the double-digit will be dropped, leaving the right number as the base value.
This game is perfect for gamblers who enjoy fast-paced action. The house edge is nearly the same since this is still a game based on chance. The classic Baccarat last 48 seconds/ round, while this game is for 27 seconds from card dealing to the winner getting paid.
Two-card Baccarat game that is played with eight decks. The card values are as follows:
- The Aces are the lowest-valued card;
- the King, with 13 points, has the highest value; and
- all other cards have natural value.
For each round of this game, the dealer will deal two cards–the Dragon or the Tiger. Again, gamblers must guess which hand has the highest total. The RTP for betting on who wins, the Dragon or Tiger, is 96.27%, and the payout ratio is 1:1. The prize for a $2 wager for the Dragon and it wins will be $4.
In Slots Singapore, dealers of the Baccarat Squeeze deal cards face-down instead of the traditional Baccarat method. This makes this game even more fun. Gamblers don’t need to be distracted about how the cards are dealt with because it is just a fun way to be entertained. Check out this infographic from CM2Bet to learn more about other Baccarat games that Malaysians can play.