History of Baccarat
Baccarat appeared in France during the 15th century. The word "Baccarat" has Italian roots and means "zero". "Zero" refers to the value of the cards (10 arias and figures), which have zero value. That is, a hand where it has two cards (7ari, 3ari = 10) is counted as "0". Although the game appeared in the 15th century, it took 500 years to become one of the most popular live casino games. Baccarat became known in France as " chemin de fer ", while in England it was called "Punto Banco".