This live game, Speed Baccarat by SA Gaming doesn't take anything away from the classic baccarat game. As such, the game is played using eight decks, with each deck housing 52 cards. You'll also notice that the game is streamed in a crowded studio, something that's like a trademark in most of SA Gaming's live casino games.
The main objective in Speed Baccarat is to predict if the Player or Banker side will have a card value closer to 9 or 8. Remember that most cards in this baccarat game represent their face values, except Aces representing 1.
In addition, card values of at least 10 count as 0. And if the card total is more than 10, only the last value stands. So, for example, if it's 13, the total score is 3.
Lastly, a Tie is if both hands end up with identical totals. By the way, this is a valid betting option in all live baccarat games. Remember that you place bets before the cards are dealt. You can also bet on side wagers, as you'll see later.