HOW TO PLAY PUNTO BANCO
The developers opted for a simplified design for their table. The three main bet sections stretch across the entire table. Placing a bet is as simple as choosing a coin value, and dropping it on any of these three fields. You can bet on the player and tie or banker and tie combinations, but you cannot bet both player and banker at the same time. If you want to change your wager, you have to clear all existing bets using the button. There is no time limit rushing you either, so feel free to take as long as you need to!
After all bets are placed, press the Deal button to draw cards. Initially, two cards are drawn for both player and banker hands. The two hands are compared to one another for point value. If you are unfamiliar with how Punto Banco counts cards, a pop-up textbox will tell you the value of each hand. Depending on the drawn cards, there may be a need for a third one to be drawn as well.
If you correctly guessed what side would win the round, then you receive a cash prize. There is no easy way to look at a detailed history of previous wins and losses. You can use the game history available for all iSoftBet games, but it only goes so far. If you want to repeat your last wager, simply choose the Last Bet or Rebet and Deal options.