Knowledge of baccarat (Final part)
If you are determined to win big, you should bet on the dealer or player instead of the draw bet.
According to other calculations, players win 49.32% of all non-draw bets, while the house odds of winning are 50.68%.
Let’s say you wager 100 credits and you expect to lose 50.68 and lose 49.32. If you take 49.32 out of 50.68, you get 1.36, which is the house edge over your bet.
As for the house odds, they may be calculated as follows. Let’s say you are wagering 100 credits without ignoring the fact that you owe a 5% commission on your winning bet. As a result, you earn 0,95 credits for every credit you bet. As noted above, the house is expected to win 50.68% of the total bet, so if you multiply 50.68 x 0.95, you will get 48.15. Baccarat players are expected to lose 49.32% of the total bet, so if you subtract 48.15 out of 49.32 you will get a difference of 1.17, which is the house advantage for the home bets. the.
For related draw bets they happen 9.55% of the time, which means the actual odds are 9.47: 1. When you divide 9.55 by 100, you get 10.47. However, you must keep in mind that you will also get your original bet back, so the actual odds are 9.47-1.
In other words, winning bet gives you 9 and you get the house advantage when you divide 1.47 (difference between 10.47 and 9) by 10.47. Even though the house has a 14.4% advantage, some players are still willing to bet a draw because the payout is significantly higher. However, the player and dealer stakes are much more favorable regardless of the 5% commission.