Bodog Launch Parlay Baccarat In Live Dealer Casino

BODOG LAUNCH PARLAY BACCARAT IN LIVE DEALER CASINO

27th January, 2014 at 14:30:36
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Designed for players who have a penchant for accumulator-style play

Bodog Live Dealer Casino has introduced a progressive element to the traditional game of Baccarat with the debut of a parlay option to its Live Dealer Baccarat tables.

Parlay Baccarat is a single bet that links together 2-8 consecutive game rounds within the current card shoe allowing players to predict from 'Player', 'Banker' or 'Tie' for each round. Winnings from the previous round are carried over to succeeding rounds until the Parlay bet wins and loses. If all selections in the Parlay bet win, the player will be paid with the combined payout of the selections.

"Traditional Baccarat and Blackjack are, in essence, a series of single bets which, therefore, ignores those legions of people who like an accumulator-style play. Bodog's Parlay Baccarat brings the excitement of the 'low stake, high yield' to the tables", a company statement said.

Bodog, who recently launched its fast-paced Zone Baccarat and Zappit Blackjack games, says its Zone21, a suite of new live dealer and RNG blackjack games, will go live later this year.

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