The Complete Guide To Online Punto Banco (Baccarat)

Punto Banco, also known as Baccarat, is one of the oldest casino games around. It’s a simple guessing game: two cards are dealt and the player must guess who will have the highest value – the player or the banker.

But within this simple guessing game are a lot of minor rules that make Punto Banco both gripping and surprisingly complex. So, we’ve pulled together all our knowledge to give you a quick rundown of the rules of Punto Banco.

We suggest playing the game online, since a lot of the more complicated rules are dealt with automatically if you play the online version of Baccarat. The version featured in our video is the NetEnt version of Baccarat and can be played at Reel Island Casino.

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