Monte Carlo Baccarat
The game of Baccarat is simple to play. You can bet on the Players side, the Bank side,
or on a Tie Hand.
Four cards are dealt, the first and third to the Player's Hand, the second and fourth
to the Banker's Hand.
The object of the game is to make a point total of nine, or as close to nine as possible.
Aces count as one, 2 through 9 as their face value, and tens and picture cards as zero.
For example: 10 and 6 = 6; 2, Ace and Queen = 3
The Dealer announces the point total of both hands; if either one totals 8 or 9, it is
called a "natural" and no additional cards are dealt.
If necessary, a third card will be dealt, face up, first to he Players's Hand, and then
to the Bankers's Hand. No more than one additional card may be dealt to either Hand, the drawing
of the third card being governed by the following fixed rules.
Brian A. Rice, Inc.
Brian A. Rice, Inc. was a third party development house, located in the southwest suburbs of Chicago, that did PC and console development.
Brian A. Rice, Inc. began as a developer of educational software for the Apple II... as the PC emerged the company moved into gaming, doing titles for Mindscape and Activision... eventually console titles were developed for companies like SEGA, Atari, Activision, and Sunsoft.
The company was started in 1981 and lasted to early 1996... as success came to the company, so did an increase in the number of titles and workload... finding additional talent and budgets to match the workload proved to be the downfall of the company.
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