PlayPearls only provide a couple of different live gaming options at the moment, with one option being Live Roulette, and the other being Live Baccarat – Super 6. This particular version of Baccarat is streamed live on a 24/7 basis from the Fitzwilliam Casino & Card Club in Dublin, Ireland.
As with PlayPearls' Live Roulette games, Live Baccarat – Super 6 can be played for free as well as with real money, so if you have any interest in practising or viewing the product beforehand, the option is there. The game itself is fast-loading, and everything needed to play is clearly visible in front of you.
The game itself is fast-paced, with the video feed of the dealer showing in the top right-hand corner, and the subsequent digital version of the Baccarat table showing below. The game interacts with the live feed very well, so as the cards are dealt on the live feed, they're instantly dealt on the digital table as well.
You have a range of chips to wager with along the bottom of the screen, ranging from 0.50 to 100, and these can be placed on your preferred section. As in a normal Baccarat – Super 6 game, your wager depends upon whether you want to bet for the player or for the banker, for a tie or for a banker/player pair.
Keep your eyes on the green meter below the video feed for when you're able to place your bets, as the audio of the dealer is often either drowned out by the casino music or by the fact that they're speaking so quietly.
While this version of Baccarat – Super 6 by PlayPearls is easy to place wagers on and, generally speaking, offers up a fairly generic version of the game, its video streaming and audio feed is what lets it down the most. The cards and dealer are still visible enough to see, so it's not specifically a major issue, but considering the other versions of Live Baccarat that are available online, PlayPearls' product is not the best in this area.