The Five Senses of a Baccarat Strategy

The most important baccarat strategy is one that requires the use of every one of your five senses. You must be able to perceive the cards that are dealt. That is to say, you must be able to see, hear, smell, taste and feel the cards that are being dealt to you. In order to be able to do this you must be able to have your sense of sight, your sense of smell, your sense of touch and your sense of taste.

You must be able to tell the difference between cards that are already played and cards that are not yet played. That is to say, you must be able to tell if the person to your right of the dealer has already played his card. If you are playing with a dealer that does not shuffle the cards on the table when he deals you should be able to tell whether or not the card has been dealt by the person to your left. You should be able to tell whether or not the card is already played if it is not dealt out on the table in front of you.

You should also be able to tell if the cards being dealt are all in a row or if a card has been played before on either or both of its face card. For example, if the dealer is dealing you the second hand in a row then you should know whether or not the second card is played in either of its face card. You should also be able to tell the order of the cards on either or both of its face card.

You should be able to tell the color of the card being dealt. For example, if you are dealt a straight card then you should be able to tell whether or not the player to your right of the dealer is playing the four of clubs or whether he has the five of diamonds or aces. This is also true of the four of clubs. However, if the player to your left of the dealer is playing the five of diamonds then you should be able to tell if the player is playing the two of clubs or the one of clubs.

You should also be able to tell the shape of the cards. For example, if the dealer is dealing you the fourth hand in a row then you should be able to tell whether or not the fifth card is a straight. However, if the dealer is dealing you the fifth card in the last hand in the fifth and in the same row then you should know whether or not the last card is a full house or not.

As you can see, each of your five senses is required for a baccarat strategy. You need to have your sense of sight, your sense of smell, your sense of touch and your sense of taste so that you can be able to tell the difference between the cards that have been dealt to you.