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Welcome to the best casino where you can enjoy the delight of your favorite game, while playing Punto Banco Mobile. This is one of people’s favorite games and it’s played at the most extravagant casinos all around the world. It is a game that comes from Italy and it features three commonly met versions: North American baccarat, baccarat banque and baccarat chemin de fer. The beauty of playing is that it does not imply any strategy or winning chances because it is simply a game of chance. While playing, if you are lucky you win, if not, you loss; it is as simple as that. Also, there are no necessary skills, since the players’ moves are dictated by the cards received from the dealer.
However, despite the fact that Punto Banco is not a strategy game, and there is nothing the players can do to increase their winning chances, it is an extremely popular game. Likewise, while playing Punto Banco Mobile, you will be able to enjoy great graphics and pleasurable features that make the gaming a fabulous recreational activity. Are you feeling lucky? Then wait no more, ask for your cards and let’s hope for the best. In just a matter of minutes you can easily double your earnings.
If you bet on Punto and the player wins, your bet pays 1 to 1.
If you bet on the Banco and the banker wins, your bet pays 1 to 1 minus 5% bank commission.
If both the player"s hand and the banker"s hand have equal totals, the game result is a "tie". If you have placed a bet on the tie result, your bet pays 8 to 1. Non-tie bets are returned to you if a tie occurs.
Cards in Punto Banco are valued in the following way:
An Ace is counted as 1.
The cards from 2 through 9 have their face values.
10, Jack, Queen, and King are counted as 0.
Third Card Rule
Player 3rd card rule
If either Player"s hand or Banker"s hand totals 8-9, the hand is called "Natural". In this case, both the Player and the Banker must stand. If the Player has an initial total of 0-5, the Player draws a single card. If the Player has an initial total of 6 or 7, he stands.
Banker 3rd card rule
The Banker"s play depends on the Banker"s initial hand, on whether the Player has drawn a card, and on what card the Player has drawn:
If the Player hasn"t drawn a card, the Banker draws if he has 0-5, and stands if he has 6-7.
If the Player has drawn a 2 or 3, the Banker draws if he has 0-4, and stands if he has 5-7.
If the Player has drawn a 4 or 5, the Banker draws if he has 0-5, and stands if he has 6-7.
If the Player has drawn a 6 or 7, the Banker draws if he has 0-6, and stands if he has 7.
If the Player has drawn an 8, the Banker draws if he has 0-2, and stands if he has 3-7.
If the Player drew an ace, 9, 10, or face-card, the Banker draws if he has 0-3, and stands if he has 4-7