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Big Win Baccarat shows us that RNG-powered table games can still keep up with their live dealer counterparts. With stellar animations and great visuals, this table shows the usual polish we have come to expect from iSoftBet.
The RTP for Big Win Baccarat is 98.94% if you choose to play the banker bet. Other available wagers feature different payouts but also lower RTPs to go along with them. This baccarat game is played with six decks. Each deck has fifty-two cards total. The cards are shuffled before each round, so trying to card count will not work.
At the start of every round, Big Win Baccarat prompts players to place bets. You can play any of the side bets without playing any of the main bets. Choose one of the available coin values, and place them on all wagers you want to place. As this is not live casino baccarat, there is no timer rushing you to make a decision. Feel free to take your time setting up the wager. When you are ready, press the deal button to proceed.
Selecting deal will start the game round. Two cards are dealt for both the player and banker positions. If needed, a third card will be drawn for one or both sides. Both sides win if they can get a nine score. If neither side draws nine, then the number closest to nine will win. If your hand value is above ten, the first digit from the number is removed. For example, a hand worth fourteen points will be worth four points after the first digit is removed.
After all cards are dealt, the two hands are compared. The side closest to nine will be the winner. That means landing an eight or nine directly results in an immediate win for that side.
Beneath the main playing field, players can see the statistics for their previous rounds. Using this, we can track how often each wager occurred. This is great news for players who want to chase trends or to see how well they are performing.
Big Win Baccarat also comes with three-pair side bets. There are any pair, player pair, and banker pair wagers. All three pay if the first two drawn cards form a pair of any kind. Any pair side bet pays if either the player or banker side lands a pair. It has a 5:1 reward and an RTP of 85.46%.
Player and banker pairs pay if their corresponding side draws a pair as their first two cards. That means the player pair does not pay if the pair occurs on the banker side, and vice versa. Both player and banker pairs pay 11:1 when won. Their RTP is identical, sitting at 88.75%.
The reward for standard bets is not usually that exciting. Player and banker wins pay 1:1 and 0.95:1, respectively. Because banker bets have a slight advantage, the developer imposes a 5% commission fee on all banker bet wins. Even with the commission in place, the banker bet is the highest RTP wager you can play. The banker bet’s RTP is 98.94% versus the player bet is 98.76% RTP.
The last and most valuable main bet is the tie. Tie bets only win if the player and banker hands have the same value after third cards are drawn. The tie pays 8:1 if won. However, we do not recommend playing it due to its high house edge. The RTP for Tie bets is 85.56%, only slightly better than any pair side bet.
When we first tried Big Win Baccarat, we were not that impressed. However, this game grew on us with time. The couple of side bets it offers, alongside the detailed statistics, make it a blast to play. It is equally entertaining whether you just play its main bets, or try to do something crazy with side bets. Hats off to iSoftBet for making something so good!
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