• Punto Banco at Alea Glasgow

PUNTO BANCO

A simple contest between the Player and the Bank

The dealer draws two cards from a shoe for both you, the player (Punto), and the Bank (Banco). The value of the two cards in each hand are added together. The nearest to 9 is declared the winning hand.

  • You do not have to play any other wagers to have a bet on any egalite (this being that both hands will have the same total).
  • You can bet on one or more of the individual egalites but you must have either a Bank, Player or any egalite bet as well.
  • Due to the way the drawing rules are designed the Banker's hand has a slight advantage, which is why you pay 5% commission when you win on this hand.
  • The black or red cutting card signifies the end of the shoe.

PUNTO BANCO AT ALEA GLASGOW

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