In Squeeze EZ Baccarat, is played the same way as traditional baccarat. The draw rules have NOT been changed.
There is no longer a 5% commission on winning bank wagers. Instead, a winning bank hand having a three card total of seven (the Dragon7) is a push.
An additional wager called the “Dragon7” is offered. This bet pays 40 to 1 in the event that the bet is made when the Bank receives a winning three card total of seven.
OPTIONAL SIDE BETS
The Panda 8 is where the Player wins with a total of seven consisting of three cards. the Panda 8 occurs about three times a shoe and pays 25 to 1.
The Dragon7 is the name given to the Bank”pushed” hand that eliminates the commission. The Dragon7 occurs about twice per shoe and pays 40 to 1.
Object of the Game
To predict which hand will have a point value closest to nine (9).
How to Play
In Squeeze EZ Baccarat, there are three possible outcomes to wager on, the player hand, the banker hand, or the tie. Four cards are dealt face up in front of the dealer, a banker hand and a player hand. Individual players do not receive any cards. The player hand and the banker hand are each dealt two initial cards. Based on the individual point totals of the player hand and banker hand, a third card may be dealt. See details in “Third Card Rule” section. The hand with a point value closest to nine (9) wins. To determine point value, cards in the hand are added together and the last digit is used to declare the winner (e.g. 8+8=16, total of the hand = 6).
Face cards (Kings, Queens, Jacks) and tens count as 0, Aces count as 1, All other cards are counted at face value
|Player Hand||Pays even Money (1 to 1)|
|Banker Hand||Pays even money (1 to 1) unless a Banker Dragon 7 is the winning total (push)|
|Tie||Pays 8 to 1|
Third Card Rule
When the first two cards of the player hand or banker hand total 8 or 9 it is considered a natural and the game is over. When the first two cards of the player hand total 6 or 7, the player hand does not get a third card. When the first two cards of the player hand total 0 through 5, the player hand gets a third card.
The banker hand plays under the same rules as the player hand except when both the banker hand’s first two cards total 3,4,5, or 6 and when the player hand takes a third card. In that event, the following rules apply:
|If the Banker Hand is 3,4,5, or 6 then the decision to
Draw or Stand is determined by the Player’s Third Card.
|If the PLAYER hand does not take a third card, the
BANKER will stand on 6 or more and draw on 5 or less.