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We didn’t invent entertainment—we perfected it. Enjoy star-studded events at the Grand Garden Arena as well as world-class shows, dining and nightlife. Revel in the beauty of our stunning new nightclub Hakkasan with DJs Tiesto, Calvin Harris and Steve Aoki. And live in the moment at KÀ™ by Cirque du Soleil®, Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club, and the intimate Hollywood Theatre, home to world-class entertainers including David Copperfield. MGM Grand is the Entertainment Authority.

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In early January of 2014, MGM Grand held it’s no limit Texas Hold’em Executive Invitational Poker Challenge. Over 250 players took part in the tournament which included 25 players of MGM Grand’s own executive team taking part in the action. $300,000 in promotional chips were given away with $100,000 in promotional chips going to the winner! Be sure to stop by the M life desk to sign up for your own M life account so you can be in the know for future events: http://www.mgmgrand.com/casino/

*Please note gaming events are by invitation only In early January of 2014, MGM Grand held it’s no limit Texas Hold’em Executive Invitational Poker Challenge. Over 250 players took part in the tournament which included 25 players of MGM Grand’s own executive team taking part in the action. $300,000 in promotional chips were given away with $100,000 in promotional chips going to the winner! Be sure to stop by the M life desk to sign up for your own M life account so you can be in the know for future events: http://www.mgmgrand.com/casino/

*Please note gaming events are by invitation only In early January of 2014, MGM Grand held it’s no limit Texas Hold’em Executive Invitational Poker Challenge. Over 250 players took part in the tournament which included 25 players of MGM Grand’s own executive team taking part in the action. $300,000 in promotional chips were given away with $100,000 in promotional chips going to the winner! Be sure to stop by the M life desk to sign up for your own M life account so you can be in the know for future events: http://www.mgmgrand.com/casino/

*Please note gaming events are by invitation only In early January of 2014, MGM Grand held it’s no limit Texas Hold’em Executive Invitational Poker Challenge. Over 250 players took part in the tournament which included 25 players of MGM Grand’s own executive team taking part in the action. $300,000 in promotional chips were given away with $100,000 in promotional chips going to the winner! Be sure to stop by the M life desk to sign up for your own M life account so you can be in the know for future events: http://www.mgmgrand.com/casino/

*Please note gaming events are by invitation only

In early January of 2014, MGM Grand held it’s no limit Texas Hold’em Executive Invitational Poker Challenge. Over 250 players took part in the tournament which included 25 players of MGM Grand’s own executive team taking part in the action. $300,000 in promotional chips were given away with $100,000 in promotional chips going to the winner! Be sure to stop by the M life desk to sign up for your own M life account so you can be in the know for future events: http://www.mgmgrand.com/casino/

*Please note gaming events are by invitation only

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Learn How to Play Baccarat
Baccarat is one of the easiest casino games to learn to play and offers one of the best bets in the casino. You have three betting options in baccarat. You can bet that the player’s hand will win, that the banker’s hand will win, or that both hands will tie. The object of baccarat is to bet on which hand will have the highest value. The highest hand in baccarat is nine and the lowest is zero. Tens, jacks, queens, and kings are counted as zero, an ace counts as one, and all other cards count their face value. When totaling the cards on each hand, only the right-hand number of the total figure is used to determine the hand’s value. Example: 7, 8 = 5 or K; 5, 6 = 1.
Initially four cards are dealt. The first and third cards are the player’s hand and the second and fourth are the banker’s hand. Once the initial cards are in place, the dealer announces the totals for each hand, and additional cards are then drawn in accordance with the rules; a maximum of one hit card per hand may be drawn. The fixed rules of baccarat never allow for a player to make a hit or stand decision. Once the outcome of the hand has been decided, the dealer will pick up all losing bets and then pay all winning bets.
If you win with a bet on either the banker’s or the player’s hand, your bet will be paid even money. If you win with a bet on the banker’s hand, you will be charged a 5% commission on your winnings. If both hands tie, neither hand wins or loses, and all
bets made on the tie win. A tie bet is paid at 8-to-1.

Learn How to Play Baccarat

Baccarat is one of the easiest casino games to learn to play and offers one of the best bets in the casino. You have three betting options in baccarat. You can bet that the player’s hand will win, that the banker’s hand will win, or that both hands will tie. The object of baccarat is to bet on which hand will have the highest value. The highest hand in baccarat is nine and the lowest is zero. Tens, jacks, queens, and kings are counted as zero, an ace counts as one, and all other cards count their face value. When totaling the cards on each hand, only the right-hand number of the total figure is used to determine the hand’s value. Example: 7, 8 = 5 or K; 5, 6 = 1.

Initially four cards are dealt. The first and third cards are the player’s hand and the second and fourth are the banker’s hand. Once the initial cards are in place, the dealer announces the totals for each hand, and additional cards are then drawn in accordance with the rules; a maximum of one hit card per hand may be drawn. The fixed rules of baccarat never allow for a player to make a hit or stand decision. Once the outcome of the hand has been decided, the dealer will pick up all losing bets and then pay all winning bets.

If you win with a bet on either the banker’s or the player’s hand, your bet will be paid even money. If you win with a bet on the banker’s hand, you will be charged a 5% commission on your winnings. If both hands tie, neither hand wins or loses, and all

bets made on the tie win. A tie bet is paid at 8-to-1.

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