Where to play
Baccarat Control Squeeze by Evolution Gaming is a Live Casino game showing yet again the high standard the developer always has in all their games. This variant of the classic baccarat game is played with a total of eight decks and happens to be a spin on the Macau Baccarat Squeeze where the player does the squeezing instead of the dealer. Other than this, the game has mostly remained the same. Cards will be dealt facing down and the standard bets will still be possible. With two cameras integrated under the table will instantly relay the live stream of the cards over to your own screen. The game was released in 2016 and is streamed live from Evolution Gaming's studio in Riga, Latvia,
Below you can see an overview of all the features and any other specifics of the Baccarat Control Squeeze game by Evolution Gaming.
- Played with 8 decks
- High betting limits ranging from 5 to 15 000
- You can bet on the player, banker or tie
- Two side bets are also possible: “Banker Pair” and “Player Pair”
- Standard baccarat rules apply
- Players are given control of the squeeze
- Innovative overlay mask over cards that players can peel back
- Custom designed table with multi-HD cameras
Odds & Payouts
|Return to Player Percentages|
|Main game RTP||98.94%|
|Tie wins payout||8:1|
|Player wins payout||1:1|
|Banker wins payout||0.95:1|
|Side bet payouts|
|Perfect Pairs payout||200:1|
|Bonus Bets payout||30:1|
|Banker Pair payout||11:1|
|Player Pair payout||11:1|
|Either Pair payout||5:1|
Baccarat Control Squeeze pretty much follows the traditional baccarat rules. If you happen to be new to the game, then the live dealer in the game will be able to guide you. The objective of the game is to predict which side will be able to get a card hand where the value is 9 or closest to 9.
The two sides are of course the Banker and you, the Player, however you are also able to bet on a Tie if you think the value of both hands will be similar. The face cards like Jack, Queen and King are worth 0 while the number cards will be worth their number value, with Ace being worth 1. The suit of the card is not relevant to the main game.
How To Play
To start the game, you will have to place your bet by simply choosing the betting chips that correspond to the size of bet you wish to place and then drag them over to the side you wish to place your bet on. The live dealer will then continue on to dealing the cards for both sides, face down. You task after the live dealer has dealt the first cards will then be to carry out the squeeze on the cards.
You will see that each card has been obscured by the optical filters added. Here you will simply have to click on the edge of the card to peel back the overlay. Players have 15 seconds to reveal their cards during the game. Whoever is the player closest to 9 will win the game.
There are several different bets for you to place here. These of course include the side bets on the Banker, Either, Player, Player Bonus, Perfect Pair and the Banker Bonus. We can also mention that the best way to keep your losses low, is to avoid the tie bet. While it may pay 8:1 it has the worst odds of the bets.