There's absolutely no dress code at this smartly dressed baccarat table, so your sneakers won't offend anybody by playing just for fun. If you want to have some real excitement, you'll have to try the real plays as well. All wagers at this Punto Banco Privee baccarat table, are budgeted at a conservative 10 dollars per hand up to an easy 200 bucks for higher stakes. There's a couple of routes to go when playing this table. You can wager for the Banker, or for the Player.
The Banker will take an additional 5% from your win, since usually the Banker is the winner, or try for an even win of 1:1 pay on the Players cards. Anything with the top number added up from the total number of cards dealt will take the win.
Unless it's a push (a tie) and you keep your bet. If you happen to bet for a Tie win, the pay is 8:1 for any level of money that's bet.