In Baccarat, the first thing to do is bet on the player's hand, the dealer or the equality between them. Then, the dealer distributes the cards. The player and the dealer each receive 2, face hidden.
When one of us has a natural-Natural in English-all cards are discovered and the strongest hand wins. If the hands are of equal value, the game is tied or draw in English. A native is the name given to a hand of 8 or 9.
When neither player has a natural, the game continues as very precise rules that depend on the player's hand. If that last one is between 0 and 5, is obliged to take, hit in English, a new open letter. But if it 6 or 7, stay, stand in English.
In this case the banker must pull a card if your hand is worth of 0-5. Instead, it is forced to stop if your game uses 6-9. If the player had to pull an additional card, the dealer also has to play by rules codified. His style of play takes into account the last letter received by the player.
When the dealer's hand is worth 7, this must always stand. When the value of the game is 6, take a card if the last letter obtained by the player is between 4 and 7. When the value of the game is 4, takes another card if the last received by the player between 2 and 7.
When the dealer's hand is worth 3, a new strip if the last letter received by the player is not an 8. With a set of value contained between 2 and 0, the dealer always takes an additional card.