In Baccarat + Super 6, two cards are dealt to the Player's hand and two to the Banker's hand.  You are not the "Player". The Player is just one hand on which you can bet. The goal of Baccarat + Super 6 is to predict which hand will score closest to nine points. You can bet on the Player's hand, on the Banker's hand, or on a Tie. Super 6 offers optional bonus wagers offering odds on the Banker winning on a hand value of six.

 

A hand of eight or nine points is considered a natural and automatically wins, unless there is a tie. If both hands have a natural, the hand with the highest point value wins. However, if you bet on the Banker's or Player's hand and both hands have naturals of equal point value, your bet is pushed back.  A Super 6 is when the final count of the Banker is 6 while Player has less than 6.

 

In the event that neither hand has a natural, each hand is dealt a third card according to rules governing how the Player's and Banker's hands are dealt. Please see rules below.


Point Values

Cards 2 through 9 = face value

10's and Face Cards = 0 points

Aces = 1 point

Calculate Points

Add the values of all cards together. If the value of the cards is greater than 9 points, drop the digit in the tens position.

For example: 21 - digit in tens position = 1 point.

To Play

  1. Click Player, Banker,Tie or Super 6 in the middle of the game table to select which hand to bet on or click Rebet and skip to step 4.

  2. Click chips to place a bet within table limits.

  3. You could bet multiple hands.

  4. Click Deal.

To Win

How the Game is Played

Important - In the casino software, cards will be automatically dealt according to the rules governing how the Player's and Banker's hands are dealt. See rules below.

 

  1. You place a bet on the Player's, Banker's, or on a Tie.

  2. Optionally select the Super 6 betting spot.

  3. The Player and Banker are each dealt two cards.

  4. If either hand has a natural, that hand automatically wins, unless there is a tie. (In a tie between two naturals, the highest point value wins. If both naturals are equal, you push on Banker and Player bets, and win on Tie bets).

  5. The Player draws a third card or stands according to the rules below.

  6. The Banker draws a third card or stands according to the rules below.

  7. The two hands are compared to determine the winner.

First, Player Hand is resolved:

When Player's cards total:

Then Player

0-5

Draws 3rd card*

6,7

Stands

8,9 (Natural)

Stands

*Note- Each hand receives a maximum of three cards.

Next, Banker Hand is resolved:

If Player has 2 cards:

 

If Player has 3 cards: (Third Card Rule)

When Banker's cards total

And the Player's cards total

Then Banker

 

When Banker's cards total

And the Player's 3rd card is

Then Banker

0-5

6, 7

Draws

0-2

Anything

Draws

6-9

6, 7

Stands

3

8

Stands

-

8, 9 (Natural)

Stands

0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 9

Draws

 

4

0,1,8, or 9

Stands

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7

Draws

5

 

0,1,2,3,8, or 9

Stands

4, 5, 6, or 7

Draws

6

0,1,2,3,4,5,8, or 9

Stands

6, or 7

Draws

7

Anything

Stands

8,9 (Natural)

Anything

Stands

Payouts

Winner

Bet

Payouts

Player Hand

Bet on Player

Even Money

Banker Hand (different from 6)

Bet on Banker

Even Money

Banker Hand (wining on 6)

Bet on Banker

50% of Bet

Banker Hand (wining on 6)

Bet on Super 6

12x the Bet

Tie

Bet on Player or Banker

Push

Tie

Bet on Tie

8x the Bet

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These rules are believed to be an accurate representation of appropriate game play. They may or may not contain errors and/or omissions. We reserve the right to correct and/or change these rules at anytime with or without notice to the player.  Malfunction voids all plays and pays.