Net Entertainment’s Low-Roller Punto Banco allows players to choose between chips worth 0.10, 0.50 and 1.00 in value. The player must place a desired bet on either the tie, banco or punto markers on the table. When this is done, the game begins.
The cards are then dealt, and like Baccarat, the objective is to get as close to 9 as possible. The rules for when a player or banker must take a third card are vastly complex, so we won’t be going into detail here, but all baccarat players will have no problem understanding how Punto Banco works.