How do I play Point Bank?

Online Bank Point

In this article we will see together how to play the Banco Point, that is, the version of Baccarat offered by online casinos. In fact, before we see together the main rules of the game, we would like to make a clarification to clarify the difference between Baccarat and Punto Banco. In fact, in the AAMS online casinos there is no difference since both in the Bank Point and in Baccarat the game is played only by the dealer without the player being able to participate actively if not betting on one of the two available predictions. In fact, while in the Banco Point the player can simply bet on the hand of the dealer or player, in the traditional baccarat (and mind you, traditional) the game is more active and also involves the distribution of cards to each player (in addition to other very special elements such as the ability to wrinkle the cards and so on). So the difference between the two games would be just that. However, in online casinos at the moment Baccarat and Punto Banco have the same characteristics and the same rules, which we go to illustrate.

In the Banco Point the player has three options: bet on the player, bet on the dealer, bet on the draw. Once the bets are placed, the dealer distributes in front of him two hands (player’s hand and dealer’s hand). that will manage itself without the player being able to do anything. However, although the dealer conducts the game independently, this will take place according to the rules predetermined by the Bank Point, so they will have no choice to choose one move instead of another, but they will simply have to follow the game procedures (not editable).

In the Banco Point the winning hand is the one that comes closest to the 9, the maximum score. As for the score in the Bank Point, you follow these rules:

The hand value is determined by adding the card values.
Number cards 2-9 are worth as much as the card itself, ace 1, and kings, queens, jacks, and 10 are worth 0.
If the value is greater than or equal to 10, 10 is subtracted. The remaining value represents the value of the hand (for example, 15 becomes 5).
As for the performance of the game of the Bank Point, however, you follow these rules:

If the player or dealer has a score of 8 or 9, we speak of a “natural” hand and both hands stop, the game does not proceed and declares the winner.
If neither the player nor the dealer has 8 or 9, the game proceeds as follows:
Rules for the Player of the Bank Point

If the player has a score between 0 and 5, a third card is dealt. If the player has a score of 6 or 7 the hand stops.

Bank Bank Rules

If the player is stationary, the dealer pulls a third card if the hand is between 0 and 5.
If the player pulls a third card, the value of the card drawn by the player and the value of the dealer’s hand determine whether or not the dealer can pull a third card.
Anyway, it’s easier to do than to say. The great feature of the Banco Point is the possibility of being able to bet on the draw and win a odds equal to 9 times the bet made. Remember to always keep an eye on the game stats, which include the history of hands won by the player and the dealer, the release of the “naturals” (8 or 9 in the first round) and draws. If you’re focused on draws, you can get great wins, so you’ll want to keep that kind of stats in mind.