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The Baccara restaurant is located right inside Evian Casino and offers a subdued atmosphere around the table games.

Chef Franck Miglierini and his teams serve fine, elegant cuisine using high-quality ingredients.

More details Discover the restaurant menu This night-time venue at Evian Casino caters to all generations with a varied line-up of music artists, an extensive menu of original, stylish cockatils, its terraces with panoramic views of Lake Geneva and evening entertainment in a trendy, elegant setting.

More details The Au Bureau pub at Evian Casino boasts a relaxed atmosphere for having fun spending time with friends.

A unique, authentic place perfect for getting together for a drink or evening meal. Dine on stilts in a spectacular atmosphere in Evian Casino’s slot machine area.

There are cocktails to suit everyone, with or without alcohol, and a range of tapas on offer. Travel far afield sampling exotic and traditional fare for a culture mix and flavour festival.

In July 2012, Phil Ivey walked into the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, N. Over the next 17 hours, he would become nearly $4.8 million richer.

A gambler by profession, Ivey billed himself as the “Tiger Woods” of poker; he had won more than $6 million from several tours on the World Series of Poker and another $19 million through years of online poker. Borgata sued Ivey, alleging that the gambler had defrauded the casino.

But Ivey was not playing poker on that day in July. But his winning scheme, once revealed, was not exactly cheating, not in the eyes of a district court judge.

His winning spree came from baccarat – a game of chance associated with high rollers and would-be James Bonds. He visited the Borgata to play baccarat three other times, too, between April and October 2012. Ivey did not commit fraud, Judge Noel Hillman for the U. District of New Jersey wrote in an opinion on Monday.

His total winnings from those visits amounted to more than $9.6 million, according to court documents. To those who have never burned money at a baccarat table, its rules may seem arcane.

At its core, though, baccarat is a game of random chance, with roots possibly as far back in history as the ancient Chinese tile game pai gow, or “make nine.”In short: A croupier deals himself or herself a pair of cards, and another pair of cards to a player.