''; In previous posts and articles, I explained in detail how the game of Baccarat is played.If you want to get the basics, read my article:Baccarat Made EasyIf you want to get the details beyond that, read my article:Baccarat Basics and BeyondIf you have the knowledge already, then read on How do you bet? When do you bet? Which do you bet? And How much do you bet?The first question: How do you bet? is the easiest to answer, so lets get that out of the way right now. You simply place your bet in the area marked Banker or in the area marked Player. As you remember, you are NEVER to bet the tie.The next question: When do you bet? is a bit harder to answer. I consider a gambling session to include every betting opportunity within that session, bet it a certain time limit, or a bankroll limit, or a profit goal.That means I decide before the session: either how long I will play regardless of the outcome, OR, how much of my bankroll Ill put into play, OR, what profit goal signals the end of the session.Regardless of the session criteria, I see no reason to skip betting opportunities while the session is alive.The third question: Which do you bet? is where the fun kicks in. I use and highly recommend the Outcome Before the Last betting strategy when playing Baccarat.That means you bet on the repeating of the outcome of the hand BEFORE THE MOST RECENT HAND. This is why it is imperative that you keep accurate records of the outcome of each and every hand as you play.Example:Here is a possible record of a few hands of play. I will list the winner of the hand.1. Banker2. Player3. Player4. Player5. Player6. Banker7. Player8. Banker9. Banker10. Banker11. Banker12. PlayerOK, lets look at how we would have played that sequence.Our first two bets were only guesses and were insignificant win or lose! BUT our third bet begins the strategy Our third bet would have been on the Banker because that was the winning outcome of the first bet we recorded. Note that it skipped the preceding hand (And, we lose this bet).Our fourth bet would have been on the Player because that was the winning outcome of the second bet we recorded. (Won)Our fifth bet would have been on the Player because that was the winning outcome of the third bet. (Won)Our sixth bet would have been on the Player (Lost)Seventh bet Player. (Won)Eighth bet Banker (Won)Ninth bet Banker (Lost)Tenth bet Banker (Won)Eleventh bet Banker (Won)Twelfth bet Banker (Lost)And so forth .This strategy will keep you ahead (assuming all bets are of equal value) throughout the session because it capitalizes on every type of run except one.For example: B=Banker, P=PlayerA run of B, B, B, B, B would of course make you a winner.But so will a run of P, P, P, P,And B, P, B, P, B, PAny type of run at all makes you a winner EXCEPT:A run of twosomes B, B, P, P, B, B, P, P, Thats the thing that will put you under! But thats the only thing, and it cannot happen very often agreed?The last question: How Much do you Bet is impossible to answer. It depends upon so many variables. Look for my upcoming article on Money Management. Source: Free Articles from ArticlesFactory.com ABOUT THE AUTHOR Want to know more about online casino games? We provide you with all the information and strategies you need to increase your chance of winning in online casinos. Visit our site Wikicasinogames.com today!