Short Reviews of Some More Interesting Baccarat Books

Among the huge variety of books devoted to the card game of baccarat it is sometimes very difficult to choose the best one which would be both interesting and informative to read; many Internet websites provide reviews of bestselling baccarat books which had become very popular and accepted by all critics. Sometimes, many interesting books stay in a shadow though it does not mean they are not worth reading at all.

Here you had a chance to find the full reviews of such bestsellers as The Baccarat Battle Book of F. Scoblete, Lyle Stuart on Baccarat, Power Baccarat 2 and others, but this section will introduce some additional books on baccarat for you to have an opportunity to choose from.

How to Actually Win At All Baccarat Tables

Author: Jr. Ed Rhea

The book given describes different negative progression strategies which can be used for winning at baccarat; the systems described there in particular are System 27, 28 and 29 including some other baccarat strategies. The author recommends you to choose the one system which is the best for you and use it legally at baccarat tables.

Number of pages: 91

Year of publishing: 2009

How To Win At Baccarat

Author: Johnny McFarlin

This book's aim is to teach a reader how to win at different baccarat games: it describes differences between various baccarat variations and provides some secrets and tips of what steps a player can make in order to beat baccarat.

Year of publishing: 2009

Baccarat System Tester

Author: Erick St Germain

The book provides a reader with the information about what decision to make and what option to choose for betting on: Player, Banker or Tie; the author gives in about 1 000 charts of possible shoe's variations, and readers can find in about 80 000 possible decisions to make. You can use this book in order to test this or that casino shoe of cards without any risk to spend all your money.

Number of pages: 248

Year of publishing: 1992

Baccarat Made Simple

Author: David Vernon

This is the book which has a right to be called a real baccarat guide for beginners: the author describes main basics of the game together with its terms, rules, bets; he also explains a shoe - when and what bets to make, tells about baccarat table and baccarat glossary for not to be misunderstood. The book also includes charts.

Number of pages: 24

Year of publishing: 1994

Effects of Marked Cards in Baccarat

Author: George Joseph

Welcome to the world of marking cards in baccarat! Yes, this is a cheating method of course, but the knowledge of the first card which will be out of the shoe during the game can tell you a player's edge. The author reveals you some secrets of how card marking can influence the final result of baccarat game.

Number of pages: 45

Year of publishing: 1986

Baccarat Fair & Foul

Author: Professor Hoffman

This book will let you to plunge into the world of two European variations of baccarat which are called to be Chemin de Fer and Baccarat en Banque: the aspects of these two games which you will not be able to meet at any book about American baccarat (Punto Banco) are revealed here. If you want to compare the differences between these two baccarat games, this book is definitely for you.

Number of pages: 80

Original date of publishing: 1891

72 Days at the Baccarat Table

Author: Erick St Germain

This book gives the analysis of differences between a traditional baccarat and mini-baccarat: the author tells that some misunderstandings can appear because of the fact many people believe there are big differences between these two games. He provides in about 40 000 of decisions for mini-baccarat: the book contains the analysis chart for in about 600 card shoes where you can check whether your baccarat system works.

Number of pages: 300

Year of publishing: 1995

Baccarat History

history.jpgBaccarat game is believed to appear in Italy though the motherland of this game is France: it came to America in the end of the 19th century and gained the big popularity. Read about the difficulties baccarat had to overcome before becoming the game of choice for many gamblers all over the world.

Baccarat Rules

rules.jpgBaccarat game is not difficult to play; that is why it attracts many gamblers: you should not learn any particular system or strategy to win baccarat, but some moments are present which a gambler should know by heart if s/he wants to understand and play baccarat card game perfectly. Read the main baccarat rules!

Baccarat Tips

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