Over the years, many different variations of baccarat have come and gone. One that continues to remain popular is no commission baccarat. As its name states, it removes the 5% commission usually placed on banker bet wins.
To make this possible, baccarat tables are forced to make some rule changes. One of them is lowering the payout for the six-point banker win. While that is a disadvantage, you can make up for it using the Super 6 side bet.
When to Play?
You will need to play one of the main three bets before placing any money on Super 6. That said, the side bet is only worth playing if you are wagering on the banker hand to win. You can skip it if you are playing player or tie bets instead.
After placing the main bet, we can wager on Super 6. The side bet pays money when a banker hand wins with a point total of six.
The exact payout may be different between casinos and tables. However, most offer this side bet with a 12:1 or 16:1 reward, with the latter being much rarer.