Baccarat is a banking game available in casinos worldwide. The aim of the player is to form a hand whose point value is nearer to 9 than the hand of the banker. Pip cards count as face value, pictures and tens as zero, and only the last digit of the total counts (so that for example seven plus six is worth 3, not 13).
- the Baccarat FAQ of the newsgroup rec.gambling.misc
- the Gambling Times Basics of Baccarat page
- Online Baccarat at onlyBaccarat.com - Baccarat rules, variations and advice for casino and online Baccarat.
- The Casino-info.com site has a page of Baccarat history, rules and tips.
- Richard Gammons' Baccarat On Net site has a free online Baccarat game and various Baccarat information and resources.
- The Baccarat Guru site has information on Baccarat rules, strategies and variations.
- The Baccarat section of Casino Advisor has Baccarat rules and advice.
- Roland Scheicher has written an article for the German Wikipedia about Baccara and related games, including Macao.
- The Il Dado site has pages about Baccarat (Punto Banco)
- Bert's Baccarat Page offers rules, strategy and a Baccarat system.
- The Baccarat page at the Honest Casinos site describes the game and discusses probabilities and tactics.
- The Online Baccarat Rules site explains the rules of Baccarat play and betting.
- Online-Baccarat.us offers rules, advice and links to online casinos with Baccarat games.
- The Baccarat section of the Online Casino Tips site has rules, information and advice.
- The Baccarat page of the Spanish site Guía de Casino Online has Baccarat rules and links to online casinos where it can be played.
Casino Tropez Mobile offers an online Baccarat game that can be played for money using a mobile phone.
Sancho's Video Casino includes a free on-line Baccarat game.
Casino Games Simulation has a Java version of Baccarat which can be played on line for fun or practice.