Learn About A Different Type of Baccarat: Super 6 Baccarat

The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa will launch three new table games this month: 21 Baccarat, Saigon 5 and last but not least Super 6 Baccarat.

Super 6 Baccarat follows the conventional rules of Baccarat, with the exception of four specific differences. We’re here to compare our MIDI + MINI Baccarat games with Super 6 Baccarat so you can be prepared to have a winning experience when you try it out in Jabao Palace this month.

Here are the four rules you need to know about Super 6 Baccarat:

  1. Winning Banker wagers pay even money.
  2. Unless, the “Banker’s Hand” wins with a point-count of 6, it is only paid 50% of the wager.
  3. Super 6 side-bet is a wager on the “Banker’s Hand” to win with a point-count of 6, with any other outcome being a loss.
  4. All winning Super 6 side-bets are paid at odds of 12 to 1.

Here are the rules for traditional MIDI + MINI Baccarat:

As in traditional Baccarat, Mini-Baccarat involves just a few decisions, how much you want to bet and whether to bet on the Bank, the Player, Tie or the Pairs Wager. In betting on the bank, the casino will collect 5% commission charge on money won. The commission is paid at the end of play or at the conclusion of each shoe.

Players may place a Pairs Wager by placing a wager on one or both of two designated betting areas on the table layout. These betting areas are identified as “Player Pair” and “Banker Pair” and are located on either side of the betting area for the “Tie Hand.” A winning Pairs Wager pays 11 to 1. A winning tie bet pays 8 to 1. In the event of a tie, a commission free game is offered and the wager on the Bank bet loses 25% of their bet.

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The three new games will go live 10/10/14.

Information Courtesy of Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa