Time for a tip of the cap to all of our many hard-working students enrolled in the virtual version of the Aces Casino "College of Casino Game Knowledge," as well as to all of our many faithful blog readers of southern California's Orange County casino party leader - Welcome back to the sometimes-informative, most-often irreverent Aces Casino Blog, and a special welcome to those of you that waited all weekend to come back and check out the answers to our "test." You're truly the readers that we write for....
We're sure that most of you have returned for the answers to our 10 not-so-tough questions concerning the game that some call mysterious, and others call "the sure-fire cure for insomnia" - Baccarat. Last Thursday, we dropped the 10 questions on you (If you didn't have the chance to take the test, you can find the link here) - Today, we supply the answers. Hope you did well, since it was an open-book test, which is this Orange County casino party company's favorite type of test. Good luck, and let us know how you did!
So, there you have it, my friends -- from Aces Casino, the Orange County casino party juggernaut -- Baccarat in a nutshell. As we mentioned before, the game has similar tendencies to Pai-Gow Poker, as Baccarat has rules that basically cause the game to "play itself." If you're looking for a game that you can suck down a brew or two, yet still be sharp enough to handle the favorable action, maybe you should try Baccarat; The odds against the player ain't too bad. Take it from Aces Casino, the Orange County casino night party leader - You MAY just LIKE it!
That's all for this busy Monday, you Aces Blog-a-holics... On Thursday, we have a "special treat" -- That is, a treat for everyone that wonders how that Hawaiian delicacy, "SPAM," originally got it's name. Yep, you guessed it... It's another edition of the Aces Casino Blog series called "how did they get that crazy name?" You know you love it. (Ed. Note: Not.) We'll see you then, bring your SPAM!