Baccarat Goes SocialSocial media is one of the most common forms of communication in today’s society. Individuals use social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter to speak about life, feelings or just nonsense. These platforms have also become a common platform for gaming sites, operators and developers. In particularly, Facebook has provided an outlet for games to start out as play money and then begin to build potential for real money game play.
Just recently, the game of baccarat made its way to Facebook via developer GameSpring. The new game is titled Baccarat Online 3D and will offer players the opportunity to get to know the game of baccarat. The game is unfamiliar to many and you can use the play money option to learn the basics of the game to then move forward to real money play.
With the 3D game, you will be joining players from around the world at the baccarat gaming tables. You will be wagering with virtual chips and will place wagers on the banker or player. The point total that is closest to 9 will earn the win. The scoring system will count the cards in numbers of two to nine based on the face value. Aces are 1 point while a 10 and face cards have no value. The game is slightly complicated but with free practice, you are sure to get the hang of it.
The 3D version that has just released on Facebook is actually a stylized version of the original Baccarat Online, which was released in 2012. Players now have access to a ramped up version which offers better graphics, animations and audio. The game can easily be played with friends and family at Facebook or downloaded for an Android or iOS device. It will be interesting to see how the game compares to the original when it comes to game play numbers and successes.
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