Baccarat Books - Perfect Game Guides
The Baccarat Battle Book
by Frank Scoblete
Frank Scoblete is one of American bestselling gambling authors whose books are always recommended to read by all critics. The Baccarat Battle Book is not an exception of course as it is the bestselling baccarat book ever mentioned. Mr. Scoblete gives the analysis of the game and all baccarat systems and advises how to improve your chances for winning. This book is recommended more for beginners because experienced players can find it to be too simple and basic for themselves.
Lyle Stuart on Baccarat
by Lyle Stuart
Though this book does not give any recommendations towards any specific baccarat system, it is very interesting to read for both beginners and skillful players because it describes a personal experience of Lyle Stuart, the world baccarat champion. Mr. Stuart tells many different stories connected with the game of baccarat and its players. When you read Lyle Stuart on Baccarat you understand that this book had been written by a person whom baccarat is a real passion to.
John Patrick's Baccarat
by John Patrick
John Patrick is a well-known gambling author and show man who has his own show on TV. John Patrick's Baccarat is a book where the author tells everything about the rules of the game and explains how to get a pleasure from a game in spite of the fact a casino always has some advantages at baccarat. Learn different baccarat tips on how to avoid unnecessary loses.
Baccarat For The Clueless (The Clueless Guides)
by John May
In his book John May tells the history and cultural aspects of the baccarat card game which can be very interesting and useful to know for beginners; game rules and strategies, such as card counting, are also described there. Some critics call Baccarat for the Clueless to be a little bit technical though both experienced players and new comers can find something useful and new for them.
Secrets of Winning Baccarat
by Brian Kaysar
This book will be more useful and understandable for experienced players because all baccarat strategies are fully described there and it is impossible to understand them if you do not know at least some baccarat basics. The author also makes an attempt to determine how valid this or that baccarat strategy is. Secrets of Winning Baccarat contains of 17 chapters which reveal and show everything you should know about the game of baccarat.
The Winner's Guide to Casino Gambling: 3rd Revised Edition
by Edwin Silberstang
As it is quite understandable from the title, this book does not describe baccarat card game only though it tells about different casinos game with a low house edge where baccarat also takes place. The chapter which tells about baccarat reveals the information about what bets it would be better to make in order not to lose much; this book's advice can be rather useful both for beginners and players who already know how baccarat works.