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Punto Banco Pro

Experience this latin variation of baccarat, a game that relies purely on chance to win. Can you beat the professional at their own game? Try your hand at this South American casino variant. One of our classic casino slot games

Punto Banco Pro

About the Developer

NetEnt (short for Net Entertainment) are known not only for their highly anticipated online slots and
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Punto Banco Pro Table Game

About the Game

NetEnt are known to not pull any punches with their games, and with Punto Banco they continue to
follow the trend. Punto Banco is equal parts innovation and reinterpretation of various baccarat
games that are known and loved across the online gaming stratosphere. The differences between
Punto Banco Pro and traditional baccarat are far ad few between, with just enough changes to
make you say “yep that’s NetEnt.”

In English 'Punto Banco' translates to 'player banker’ which relates back to the overall rules of your
more traditional baccarat games with 2 or 3 bets being available. You can either bet on the player
to win, or you bet on the banker to win. You then have a third option which is to bet on a tie, which
in Punto Banco has the wins come out 9-1 should the round result in a tie.

Hundreds upon hundreds of casinos across North America have only brought baccarat to the
conversation. Normally in baccarat the player has an option to play one of two hands that have
been dealt, in Punto Banco there is no option to play more than one hand with the dealer playing
both hands automatically. What follows is a specific set of rules about how you can then proceed
What you first notice when playing this game is just how gorgeous the entire display is. You
genuinely feel like you are in a casino. Chips are selected at the bottom right-hand-side of the
screen, each chip represents a different sized amount (rather self-explanatory). To place your bet
you must drag the select amount of chips into the centre of the screen. There are 3 spaces marked
on the screen: ‘Punto,’ ‘Banco’ and ‘Tie.’ If you were paying attention to the rules outlined in the
paragraph above you will know that these represent the different bets on offer each round. Once
you are happy with your selection hit the button marked ‘Deal,’ this will then start the round! The
dealer will then deal the player's hand, then the banker's hand. Your main objective is to score as
close to the number 9 as possible. Don’t worry about busting, in baccarat if you go beyond nine
then it is just anything past the number 9 that counts as part of your score.

Unlike NetEnt's Baccarat Pro game, Punto Banco is played with 6 decks as opposed to 8. This not
only allows for much quicker games, but it also decreases the house winning percentage from
1.058% to 1.056%! In this game you can forget about saying that age old phrase, something about
a house always winning?


The Verdict

Not only is Punto Banco a great game for anyone new to baccarat, but it’s also a chance at trying
at trying a game with very similar rules to other table games. It’s design is complimented by the
gameplay which will leave you immersed in every sense of the word. Punto Banco, play now. 8/10. Click Read More to see some of the great promotions we have on offer at Wizard Slots