Envavo allows you to enjoy one of the most traditional casino games, Baccarat, for free. Play free online Baccarat on your computer, tablet, or mobile device. There’s no need to register an account or download an app. You start the game by placing your bets and clicking “deal” in the game above.
About Envavo Free Baccarat
Envavo Free Baccarat is a clone of the popular casino game, Baccarat (Punto Banco). The software is provided by Red Tiger and is free for players to use. The game is built into an HTML5 wrapper which allows it to run on any device that can access the internet. Envavo Free Baccarat delivers a fair gaming experience by using an independent real money random number generator.
Return To Play (RTP)
|RTP Player Pair||88.86%|
|RTP Banker Pair||88.79%|
- Click on the chip with the desired value to select it. Drag the chip or click on the betting area to place or to increase a bet. You can place your bet on any of the active betting fields.
- Select DOUBLE to double your current bet.
- Every click on the betting area adds a chip of the selected value to your bet.
- The bet amount may be increased by placing another chip in the betting area.
- Select CLEAR to remove all bets from the table.
- Click on DEAL to start dealing the cards.
- Click on REBET & DEAL to place your previous bet and start a new DEAL.
- Click on DOUBLE & DEAL to place a double bet and start a new DEAL.
- Place a new bet by selecting the NEW BET button.
The Rules of Baccarat
Learning the rules of Baccarat is one of the easiest things you will learn today. There are only three possible outcomes, and to make it easy for you, we’ve described all the Baccarat rules below.
- An Ace is counted as 1.
- The cards from 2 through 9 are worth their face values.
- 10, Jack, Queen, and King are counted as 0.
The value of a hand is the sum of point values of all cards in the hand. Only the last digit of the total is used, so all hands have values in the range of 0 to 9. A hand containing 9, A, A is valued as 1. If the player’s or banker’s hand value is 8 or 9, the hand is declared “natural.”
The player may bet on any of the following:
- That the banker’s hand wins
- That the player’s hand wins
- That the player’s and banker’s hand ties
- That the player’s hand will be a pair
- That the banker’s hand will be a pair
The player and the banker receive two cards each. Hand values are displayed next to each hand. The cards are dealt in the following order:
- Deal to player
- Deal to banker
- Deal to player
- Deal to banker
- Deal to player (optional)
- Deal to banker (optional
A new set of 6 standard decks of 52 cards is used at the beginning of each round.
The “Natural” hand rule
In the case of a “natural” hand for the player and the banker, both the player and the banker must stand, and no third card is dealt. This rule takes priority over all other rules on card dealing.
The Third Card rule
The player’s rule
If the player’s hand value is 5 or lower, the player is dealt a third card. If it’s 6 or higher, a third card is not dealt.
The banker’s rule
If the player hasn’t been dealt a third card:
- The banker draws a third card if his hand value is 5 or lower.
- The banker stands if his hand is 6 or higher.
If the player has been dealt a third card, its value and the banker’s hand value determine whether the banker draws a third card or not:
- If the bank’s total is 2 or less, then the bank draws a card, regardless of what the player’s third card is.
- If the bank’s total is 3, the bank draws a third card unless the player’s third card was an 8.
- If the bank’s total is 4, the bank draws a third card unless the player’s third card was a 0, 1, 8, or 9.
- If the bank’s total is 5, the bank draws a third card if the player’s card was 4, 5, 6, or 7.
- If the total is 6, the bank draws a third card if the player’s third card was a 6 or 7.
- If the bank’s total is 7, then the bank stands.
Bet on a tie
- If the player’s or dealer’s hands are of the same value (TIE), the bet is paid at 8 to 1, plus the initial TIE bet is returned to the player.
- If the player’s or banker’s hand wins, the player loses their TIE bet.
Bet on the banker
- If the player’s and banker’s hands are of equal value (tie result), the player is returned their bet on the BANKER:
- If the banker’s hand beats the player’s hand, a win of 1 to 1 minus 5% commission is paid, and the player is returned their bet on the BANKER. This, if a player places 1 unit on the BANKER and the banker’s hand wins, the player gets 1.95 units.
- If the player’s hand beats the banker’s hand, the player loses the bet on the BANKER.
Bet on the player
- If the player’s and banker’s hands are of equal value, the player is returned their bet on the PLAYER.
- If the banker’s hand beats the player’s hand, the player loses their bet on the PLAYER.
- If the player’s hand beats the banker’s hand, a win of 1 to 1 is paid, and the player is returned their bet on the PLAYER. This, if a player has placed 1 unit on the PLAYER and the player’s hand beats the banker’s hand, the player receives 2 units.
Online Baccarat FAQ
- What is Baccarat?
Baccarat is one of the oldest casino games in existence. It is believed to have first appeared in Italy during the 15th century. It has since become one of the most popular casino games played worldwide. It is typically played between two hands, Player and Banker.
- Is it safe to play Baccarat?
Yes, it is safe to play Baccarat. The game is guaranteed fair by the independent random number generator used in Envavo Free Baccarat.
- Why should I play free online Baccarat?
Baccarat is fun and easy to learn. It takes only minutes to learn the rules of play, but mastering Baccarat can take years. Playing online Baccarat for free can help you develop your skills and practice strategy without the risk of losing money.
- How do I win at Baccarat?
Bet on either the Player's or Banker's hand. If the bet wins, you receive even money on your wager (1:1). If it loses, your bet is lost. Your initial wager is placed before the cards are dealt and cannot be changed.
- Can I play Baccarat for real money?
Yes, you can play real-money baccarat with all the best online casinos in Canada. Visit the front page of Envavo.com to view the best options right now.