IPA: bɑkɝˈɑ


  • (card games) A card game resembling chemin de fer with many forms - usually entailing the player(s) betting against two or three hands dealt - also bearing some similarities to blackjack.

Examples of "baccarat" in Sentences

  • Baccarat betting network rental.
  • Baccarat received its first royal commission in 1823.
  • Suddenly discovers she is wearing tuxedo and playing baccarat.
  • In Baccarat Banque the position of banker is much more permanent.
  • Baccarat first began marking its work with a registered mark in 1860.
  • He desperately hopes to win it all back, again at the Baccarat table.
  • The exception is baccarat, which is usually dealt from an eight-deck shoe.
  • During this period, Knight kicked a gambling addiction to the game baccarat.
  • Poker, blackjack, baccarat and cassino are examples of comparing card games.
  • Le Chiffre's only remaining option is to raise the money by playing baccarat.
  • It would allow Class III gaming on Seminole Tribe reservation lands, including games such as baccarat, chemin de fer and blackjack at its gambling facilities.
  • New Year's Eve has always been a big event for baccarat, which is favored by wealthy Chinese whose net worth is growing even as the economies of the United States and other parts of the world are hurting.
  • Some of these may sound familiar to people who have seen or known problem gamblers of any background: a “lack of probabilistic thinking,” a belief that a player’s skill can surmount the odds (even in baccarat and roulette, which involve no skill beyond laying down a bet), the “delusion that one can foresee results by intuition and control results by ritual.”

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