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It is descended from Basset , and belongs to the Lansquenet and Monte Bank family of games due to the use of a banker and several players.

Winning or losing occurs when cards turned up by the banker match those already exposed. It is not a direct relative of poker , but Faro was often just as popular due to its fast action, easy-to-learn rules, and better odds [ clarification needed ] [1] than most games of chance. The game of Faro is played with only one deck of cards and admits any number of players. Wildly popular in North America during the s, [2] Faro was eventually overtaken by poker as the preferred card game of gamblers in the early s.

Basset was outlawed in , and Pharaoh emerged several years later as a derivative of Basset, before it too was outlawed. Despite the French ban, Pharaoh and Basset continued to be widely played in England during the 18th century, where it was known as Pharo , an English alternate spelling of Pharaoh.

With its name shortened to Faro , it spread to the United States in the 19th century to become the most widespread and popularly favored gambling game. It was played in almost every gambling hall in the Old West from to It was also widespread in the German states during the 19th century, where it was known as Pharao or Pharo.

It is recorded in card game compendia from at least to In the US, Faro was also called "bucking the tiger" or "twisting the tiger's tail", a reference to early card backs that featured a drawing of a Bengal tiger. By the mid 19th century, the tiger was so commonly associated with the game that gambling districts where faro was popular became known as "tiger town", or in the case of smaller venues, "tiger alley". Faro's detractors regarded it as a dangerous scam that destroyed families and reduced men to poverty because of rampant rigging of the dealing box.

Crooked faro equipment was so popular that many sporting-house companies began to supply gaffed [ clarification needed ] dealing boxes specially designed so that the bankers could cheat their players. Criminal prosecutions of faro were involved in the Supreme Court cases of United States v. Simms , 5 U. Historians have suggested that the name Pharaon comes from Louis XIV's royal gamblers, who chose the name from the motif that commonly adorned one of the French-made court cards.

A game of faro was often called a "faro bank". It was played with an entire deck of playing cards. One person was designated the "banker" and an indeterminate number of players, known as "punters", could be admitted. Chips called "checks" were purchased by the punter from the banker or house from which the game originated. Bet values and limits were set by the house.

The faro table was typically oval, [12] covered with green baize , and had a cutout for the banker. A board was placed on top of the table with one suit of cards traditionally spades pasted to it in numerical order, representing a standardized betting "layout". Each player laid his stake on one of the 13 cards on the layout. Players could place multiple bets and could bet on multiple cards simultaneously by placing their bet between cards or on specific card edges.

A player could reverse the intent of his bet by placing a hexagonal 6-sided token called a "copper" on it. Some histories said a penny was sometimes used in place of a copper. Players also had the choice of betting on the "high card" bar located at the top of the layout.

Certain advantages were reserved to the banker: if he drew a doublet, that is, two equal cards, he won half of the stakes upon the card which equaled the doublet. In a fair game, this provided the only "house edge". If the banker drew the last card of the pack, he was exempt from doubling the stakes deposited on that card. To give themselves more of an advantage, and to counter the losses from players cheating, the dealers would also often cheat as well. A device, called a "casekeep" was employed to assist the players and prevent dealer cheating by counting cards.

The casekeep resembled an abacus , with one spindle for each card denomination, with four counters on each spindle.

As a card was played, either winning or losing, one of four counters would be moved to indicate that a card of that denomination had been played.

This allowed players to plan their bets by keeping track of what cards remained available in the dealing box. The operator of the case keep is called the "casekeeper", or colloquially in the American West, the "coffin driver". In a fair game the house's edge was low, so bankers increasingly resorted to cheating the players to increase the profitability of the game for the house.

This too was acknowledged by Hoyle editors when describing how faro banks were opened and operated: "To justify the initial expenditure, a dealer must have some permanent advantage. Players would routinely cheat as well. Their techniques employed distraction and sleight-of-hand, and usually involved moving their stake to a winning card, or at the very least off the losing card, without being detected.

Being caught cheating often resulted in a fight, or even gunfire. The well-known author of Regency romances, Georgette Heyer , wrote a novel titled " Faro's Daughter "; it tells of a young lady forced to deal faro to support her family and her ensuing romance with one of the gaming hall patrons written From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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