Baccarat card draw rules
The method of determining the draw for the third card is quite complicated.
First, keep in mind the score of each card as follows: from Ace to Nine has a score equal to the number printed on the card. Ace has 1 point and Seven has 7 points. J, Q, K and Ten all have 0 points. You can see some examples below.
Example: Two cards, a Six of a Ten has a sum of 6. If the sum is greater than 10, subtract 10. If you are dealt a Nine and a Seven then you get 6 points (7+9-10=6).
The rules of drawing will be easier to understand if you know the points calculation above.
If either Player or Banker hand has a total of 8 or 9 with the first two cards (in the case of an explosion), the game will determine the winner immediately.
If none of the doors total 8 or 9, continue to consider the following 2 cases
If the Player has a total of 0 to 5, this card will draw another card.
If the Player has a total of 6 or 7, this card does not draw more cards.
The Banker door is always behind the Player (Player). That is, the drawing rule is applied to the house first, then the house is dealt. This will give the dealer a small advantage.
First, if your house doesn’t draw a third card, the above rule will apply to the house. If there is a total of 0 to 5, the dealer will draw more cards. If there is a total of 6 or 7, the house will not draw more cards.
In the event that your son draws a third card, the following rules apply.