Baccarat is a card game, the origin of which is not well established. According to many sources, Baccarat originates from Italy and dates back to the Middle Ages. It's believed that the game was created by an Italian lender of money who had the reputation of a very bad person with shady dealings. The name of the game in Italian means 'zero' or 'nothing'. Later, the game came to France during the reign of Charles VIII, and became very popular among the aristocracy. During the twentieth century, playing Baccarat was a favorite pastime in many European casinos.
ARTE E CULTURA: SAMBONET, NON SOLO PENTOLE E POSATE
Ansa.it Turismo Piemonte - 15 apr 2008
(ANSA) - TORINO, 16 APR - Non solo posate, se pur celeberrime, non solo batterie di pentole Attendo, non solo triangoli di cristallo Baccarat o la famosa ...