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CORRECTION: If you get an 11, you subtract 10 and now you have 1.
And now for something different…not the kind of Baccarat that you’ll see James Bond play.
Does anyone know what the big fancy wheel is all about?
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5 Comments

  1. I know a guy from your part of the woods who plays live Baccarat online on Twitch. He uses the Martingale system and switches from banker to player after a loss. He also plays Roulette with the same system, switching between red and black numbers. He can get very animated when he starts losing. He listens to autotuned rap music on Sirius and probably is under the influence most times than not.

  2. Well, Random, I see you've given up the slots and now are playing Baccarat instead. Must be all those James Bond films you've been watching that have inspired you to take up counting those cards. I enjoyed your class, and I liked the Baccarat game from Dr. No nearly as much. https://youtu.be/bc7r5_gSAVg . Didn't see the big fancy wheel in the movie, did you?

  3. I play baccarat sometimes and I'm pretty sure if you have an 11 that's basically a 1 (not 2 as you stated in the beginning). You actually subtract 10 if you have two cards totalling over 9. For instance, if you have 15, then that's a 5….😊 Looks like someone left 20 credits in the machine before you sat down. 😎 FYI, it's actually pronounced ba-ke-rah….the T is silent. 😆

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