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# Baccarat

Baccarat is a game where players aim to collect a combination of cards close to the sum of 9 points.

Field selection options include "Player," "Banker," or "Tie." Additionally, players can choose "Pairs." In one game, players can select up to three types of fields, but "Player" and "Banker" cannot be chosen simultaneously. The goal of the game is to achieve a sum of 9 points or as close to this number as possible. If the sum of the cards exceeds 9, only the last digit is considered. For example, if the sum of the cards is 12, the result will be 2. Each card has its own point value. The winner is determined immediately if the initial cards total 8 or 9 points. A baccarat game may involve 4, 5, or 6 cards.

For example, in one game, you can make a maximum of 3 types of predictions: - Prediction for "Player," prediction for "Tie," and prediction for "Player Pairs" or - Prediction for "Banker," prediction for "Tie," and prediction for "Banker Pairs." According to the rules of Baccarat, a prediction for "Pairs" is allowed if the main prediction is made. Predicting both "Player" and "Banker" simultaneously is not allowed. If only a prediction for "Tie" is made, then an additional prediction for "Pairs" will not be available. Cards in Baccarat are always dealt on two fields: "Player" and "Banker." The main goal of the game is to reach a sum of points equal to 9 or as close to this value as possible. If the sum of the points exceeds 9, the tens digit is discarded. For example: 4 + 8 = 12 = 2 or 3 + 9 + 8 = 20 = 0.

Dealing consists of 4, 5, or 6 cards. At the beginning of the game, 4 cards are dealt, two for each side.

The winner can be determined immediately by the result of the first deal, for example, if the initial two cards give 8 or 9 points ("natural eight" or "natural nine").

Cards are dealt in a fixed order: the 1st and 3rd cards are dealt to the "Player," and the 2nd and 4th cards are given to the "Banker."

Thus, each side has two cards. The first deal is opened, and the points are counted. If the "Player" or "Banker" reaches 8 or 9 points, the game ends, and the winner is determined.

By predicting "Tie," you win when the "Player" and "Banker" receive the same number of points.

The payout for winning is 8:1. When the "Player" or "Banker" has the same first two cards, forming a pair ("Pair"), the PP prediction ("Player Pair") or PB prediction ("Banker Pair") wins.

Additional predictions of "Player Pair" or "Banker Pair" are optional, but these predictions cannot be made without the main prediction of "Player" or "Banker." The payout for winning is 11:1.

Important: if the result of the round is a draw, bets placed on the player or the bank are considered as lost.