baccarat baccarat  /ˌbɑ kə ˈrɑ/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a card game played in casinos in which two or more punters gamble against the banker; the player wins who holds 2 or 3 cards that total closest to nine

Usage(s):

  1. For almost ten years these gentlemen have run the baccarat banks at Deauville, Cannes, Monte Carlo.
  2. After three broken marriages Wan now loves only the baccarat table, but it doesn't love him back.
  3. I'd need to put down $62,500 up front just to get a seat at one of the baccarat tables, and then ante up a minimum $1,250 for each hand.

News

  1. Mohegan Sun cheat case heading to court

    CONNECTICUT -- The case against two alleged casino cheats will be heard in court next month, The Day reported. The case revolves around two men, who it's believed cheated at baccarat at the Mohegan Sun , the report said.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Rolling Good Times

  2. Gaming N ews

    CONNECTICUT -- The case against two alleged casino cheats will be heard in court next month, The Day reported. The case revolves around two men, who it's believed cheated at baccarat at the Mohegan Sun , the report said.
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Casino City Times

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Quotes

  1. "I live a Bond lifestyle all the time so we decided to give a taste of it to a player of 007's favorite game - Baccarat," says Calvin Ayre, the Bodog.com Entertainment Group Founder and billionaire entertainment mogul, noted about the contest,...
    on Nov 22, 2006 By: Calvin Ayre Source: Casino City Times

  2. Abdul Majeed Al Fahim, Chairman of Pearl Dubai FZ LLC, said: "Our initiative of the trip was to acquaint our investors with the signature Baccarat brand, including a visit to the magnificent Maison Baccarat, bringing them one step closer to being...
    on Jul 28, 2008 By: Abd al-Majid Source: Zawya

  3. "The odds in any form of gambling are against the player, as everyone knows," Mr Young said. "In the case of baccarat, the odds are very close to even money."
    on Aug 17, 2009 By: Neil Young Source: The Age

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