Punto Banco Pro Low Limit (table)

Game Rules

  • Punto Banco Professional Series is a traditional baccarat game played between the player and the casino.
  • The aim of the game is to predict which hand will be the highest. You can also predict a tie.
  • The game is played with 6 regular decks, shuffled before each game round.
  • The MIN/MAX sign indicates the minimum and maximum bet that can be placed in any betting area.
  • Payouts are made according to the paytable in the game. For more information see the Punto Banco Payout Schedule.
  • To view the Paytable, move the pointer over the MIN/MAX sign.
  • Some features may not be available in PLAYING FOR FUN mode.

Play of Hand

  • The Player (Punto) and the Banker (Banco) are initially dealt two cards each and a third card may be dealt based on the third card rules.
  • All cards are dealt face up.
  • The hand with a value closest to 9 wins. Hands of equal value are a tie, and neither hand wins.
  • Number cards 2-9 count as face value, aces count as 1, and kings, queens, jacks, and 10’s count as 0.
  • If the value is 10 or more, 10 is subtracted. The value remaining is the hand value (for example, 13 becomes 3).
  • Bets are paid according to the Punto Banco Payout Schedule.
  • Third Card Rules
    Banker (Banco) rules
    The RTP is 98.92%.

  • If the Player (Punto) or the Banker (Banco) has 8 or 9, it is known as “natural”, and both hands stand. This rule overrides all other rules.
  • If neither the Player (Punto) nor the Banker (Banco) has 8 or 9 play proceeds as follows:
  • Player (Punto) Rules

  • If the Player (Punto) has 0-5, a third card is dealt. If the Player (Punto) has 6 or 7 the hand stands.
  • If the Player (Punto) stands, the Banker (Banco) draws a third card if the hand has 0-5.
  • If the Player (Punto) draws a third card, the value of the card drawn by the Player (Punto) and the value of the Banker’s (Banco) hand determines if the Banker (Banco) gets a third card.

This game is licensed outside Malta.

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