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The question for the poll is would you bet the Lucky 6 if playing baccarat anyway?

On your Lucky 6 page, rule 2 says:

"If the Banker bet wins with a 3-card total of 6, then the Lucky 6 pays 24 for 1."

However, your payable says 23:1.

I suspect at least one of these values is incorrect ;-)

Hope this helps!

Dog Hand

23:1 is the same as paying 24 for 1.

However, at the Cosmopolitan, the Tiger Bank 6 win for three cards pays 20:1, with two cards, 12:1 , so either this casino Wiz has reviewed pays better than the Cosmopolitan, or he has made a mistake as to the payoffs. I haven't played the commission free tables at the Venetian yet, so I cannot confirm, but it seems odd that Venetian would be paying better odds on Baccarat than Cosmopolitan, but I suppose it is possible.

I would be willing to bet that Venetian and Cosmo have the same payoffs on their commission free tables, that is 12:1 for two card Bank 6, 20:1 for three card Bank 6. I can't see two casinos on the strip paying differently for the same game, whether called Lucky 6 or Tiger.

Quote:MDawgDog it's just the way they do it, for example Baccarat tie bet is marked on the felt as paying "9 for 1" which means "8:1" - same thing.

23:1 is the same as paying 24 for 1.

However, at the Cosmopolitan, the Tiger Bank 6 win for three cards pays 20:1, with two cards, 12:1 , so either this casino Wiz has reviewed pays better than the Cosmopolitan, or he has made a mistake as to the payoffs. I haven't played the commission free tables at the Venetian yet, so I cannot confirm, but it seems odd that Venetian would be paying better odds on Baccarat than Cosmopolitan, but I suppose it is possible.

I would be willing to bet that Venetian and Cosmo have the same payoffs on their commission free tables, that is 12:1 for two card Bank 6, 20:1 for three card Bank 6. I can't see two casinos on the strip paying differently for the same game, whether called Lucky 6 or Tiger.

How much would you like to bet? I will take the "no" , they are not the same bet.

Quote:beachbumbabsQuote:MDawgDog it's just the way they do it, for example Baccarat tie bet is marked on the felt as paying "9 for 1" which means "8:1" - same thing.

23:1 is the same as paying 24 for 1.

However, at the Cosmopolitan, the Tiger Bank 6 win for three cards pays 20:1, with two cards, 12:1 , so either this casino Wiz has reviewed pays better than the Cosmopolitan, or he has made a mistake as to the payoffs. I haven't played the commission free tables at the Venetian yet, so I cannot confirm, but it seems odd that Venetian would be paying better odds on Baccarat than Cosmopolitan, but I suppose it is possible.

I would be willing to bet that Venetian and Cosmo have the same payoffs on their commission free tables, that is 12:1 for two card Bank 6, 20:1 for three card Bank 6. I can't see two casinos on the strip paying differently for the same game, whether called Lucky 6 or Tiger.

How much would you like to bet? I will take the "no" , they are not the same bet.

It’s got to be at least $5000. Anything less isn’t worth his time.

The payout is 20:1 for three card Bank 6 at Cosmo, and 12:1 for two card Bank 6 at Cosmo on their "commissionless" game. I bet that the payout is exactly the same for the Lucky 6 "commissionless" Baccarat game at Venetian. This is based on, how could it not be and my knowledge of gambling. You wish to bet against me?

I will go further and bet that The Wizard is wrong if he claims that the payout for the Lucky 6 at Venetian is 23:1 for a three card Bank 6.