Enjoy a revamped version of a casino classic with Baccarat Remastered!
The bet sizes available in Baccarat Remastered range from £1 to £1,000.
How to Play
The aim of Baccarat Remastered is to accurately predict the outcome of a game between the player and the banker.
Whoever has the hand closest to nine will win.
The player and banker both receive two cards each, which are dealt from a pack of six decks.
If either of the initial hands equals eight of nine, then it is a 'natural' hand and both hands stand.
The player will receive another card if their initial cards equal five or less.
The banker will stand on a score of six or more if the player does not receive a third card.
The card values are as follows:
|10, Jack, Queen, King||Zero|
If the sum of the cards is higher than ten, then only the last digit is considered, e.g. 12 would be two.
Any Pair Side Bet
The Any Pair Side Bet covers the chance of a pair being dealt to the player or the banker in the first two cards.
If both the player and banker are dealt pairs, the bet will pay extra.
The Any Pair Side Bet will pay more if all four cards are of the same rank.
Perfect Pairs Side Bet
The Perfect Pairs Side Bet covers the chance of a perfect pair being dealt to either the player or the banker from the first two cards.
A perfect pair is when the pair of cards are of the same suit and rank.
This bet pays extra if both the player and banker receive perfect pairs.
The Perfect Pairs Side Bet pays more if all four cards are of the same rank and suit.
Win History Boards
There are six Win History Boards in this game.
The Bead Plate tracks the previous results, with the different coloured beads representing different outcomes.
The Big Road, Small Road, Big Eye Boy and Cockroach Pig all display different ways to view the patterns of previous results.
Click the Win History Boards to find out more with the History Viewer.
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 98.94%
Any Pair Side Bet RTP: 97.30%
Perfect Pairs Side Bet RTP: 95.32%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £98.94 of wins.
This return is based on the player making the best choices.