We love live casinos, but there is a massive rift in quality between live casino games. Some are well hosted, with great production values and a user friendly interface. Others have cluttered UIs and look like they're being broadcast across the abyss of time, somewhere from around 2002.
But online casino games have gotten more popular and with popularity comes more voices asking for higher quality games. Those calls have now been answered by Evolution games, who have just released their new version of live Baccarat, Baccarat Squeeze, at Leo Vegas Casino.
Baccarat Squeeze At Leo Vegas Casino
Baccarat Squeeze isn't a new game of Baccarat. It's all the same rules as before and is still the same great game. Instead the squeeze refers to how tightly the cameras pull in to the action.
Instead of just 1 or maybe 2 cameras on the live game, Baccarat Squeeze is shot with 17 cameras placed around the table, offering a thorough and HD game of live Baccarat. You now get a full view of the action as the camera pulls into the table.
Live Baccarat isn't just fun to play for the game itself, but is now interesting to watch as well. The production values are approaching the quality that live Texas Hold'em tournaments have been bringing us for years.
Everything still costs the same as before, so now you get a better game of Baccarat for the same price of admission. Hopefully, if live games like Baccarat Squeeze take over in popularity from the older versions, then we should see more casino games following its example. Which means better live games for everyone.
Baccarat – A Beginner's Guide
On a final note, if you're just getting into Baccarat and want to try out a live edition, but don't feel up to scratch; then let our beginner's guide set you on your way.