If there is anything that we would change about baccarat, it would have to be the 5% commission applied to all winning Banker bets. Fortunately, quite a few live gaming software developers offer the no commission baccarat variant, which pays the full amount on a Banker bet unless it wins on a total of 6 points (there’s always a catch…).
MG Live No Commission Baccarat is played across multiple studio-streamed tables that the players can filter by the table limits. There are 8 standard decks in play and 12 side bets that pay from 0.5x to 25x player’s bet.
The No Commission Baccarat by MG Live is the same as the regular version of the game. The players start the session by selecting their place at the table and betting on one of the three options: Player, Banker, and Tie. The dealer then draws the cards from the shoe, and the bets are settled according to the standard, no-commission payout table:
• Player: 1:1
• Banker 1:1 or 0.5:1 if the value of the hand is 6
• Tie: 8:1
Apart from the Player/Banker Pair and the Bonus side bets that can be found in the classic MG Live Baccarat variant, the No Commission Baccarat also features the following betting options:
• SP6 – Banker bet will win by a total of 6 points
• Turtle Pair – the first two Player or Banker cards will constitute a pair
• Phoenix Pair – the first two Player or Banker cards will form a suited pair
• Big –a total number of cards in the Player/Banker hand must be five or six
• Small - a total number of cards in the Player/Banker hand must be four
• Dragon – the first card of the Player hand must be higher than the first Banker card
• Tiger – the first card of the Banker hand must be higher than the first Player card
• Dragon Tiger Tie – The first Player card and the first Banker card will have the same value
Thanks to the vast betting potential MG Live No Commission Baccarat is an extremely dynamic table, which probably makes it more suitable for risk-takers and high rollers. Another advantage is the selection of roadmaps that the players can customize from the “Good Road Tips” menu, opting for individual maps or selecting all of them. The sessions run smoothly, and the cards are shuffled before every new game.