Baccara - Baccarat

Dal Negro of Italy have been the world's leading supplier of premium quality playing cards and game sets since the nineteen-fifties.

Baccara - Baccarat Baccara - Baccarat

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From Dal Negro, we supply these packs of high quality cards in pairs; one red, one blue.

Please note these cards do not have an index, i.e. the small number or the K, Q or J in the corner.

For Baccara rules and a more extensive history please visit our sister site by clicking the Baccarat link.

Change to: $ USD EUR

Prod.Ref
Price
(Pounds )
ETA
(working days)
Qty

2 x Packs of Dal Negro Baccara Playing Cards (Blue and Red)

001K17

Was:12.99

11.99

9.99 (ex.VAT)

Eng/Wales:
3 days

2 x Packs of Dal Negro Baccara Playing Cards (both Blue)

002KHW

Was:12.99

12.49

10.41 (ex.VAT)

Eng/Wales:
3 days

2 x Packs of Dal Negro Baccara Playing Cards (both Red)

002K40

Was:12.49

11.99

9.99 (ex.VAT)

Eng/Wales:
3 days
For an immediate quote & ETA, add to the basket & select your location.

Change to: $ USD EUR

Prod.Ref
Price
(Pounds )
ETA
(working days)
Qty

6 x Packs of Dal Negro Baccara Playing Cards (Blue)

002K41

Was:33.90

29.90

24.92 (ex.VAT)

Eng/Wales:
3 days

6 x Packs of Dal Negro Baccara Playing Cards (Red)

002K42

29.90

24.92 (ex.VAT)

Eng/Wales:
3 days
For an immediate quote & ETA, add to the basket & select your location.

 

 

 

 

History of Baccara - Baccarat

The game of Baccarat is of French origin where the spelling is 'Baccara' - English speaking countries added the 't' for no good reason that can be surmised. Despite what you might read on other websites, the game is a relatively recent addition to the realm of card games and most likely appeared in the 1800s. Baccarat soon became extremely popular in nineteenth century France, maintaining a reputation of high stakes and 'class' which still continues today in Casinos around the globe.

There are three accepted variants of the game: baccarat chemin de fer (railway), baccarat banque (or deux tableaux), and punto banco (or North American baccarat). Punto banco is strictly a game of chance, with no skill or strategy involved; each player's moves are forced by the cards the player is dealt. In baccarat chemin de fer and baccarat banque, by contrast, both players can make choices, which allows skill to play a part.

 

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