Punto Banco is an exciting game of chance that originated in South America and has become increasingly popular in Greece. This fast-paced and thrilling game is played with six decks of cards and gives players the opportunity to win big.
The goal of Punto Banco is for the player to get closer to nine than the bank without going over. Two cards are dealt to the player and two to the bank, and the score is determined based on the total of the cards. Aces are worth one point, numbered cards are worth their face value, and tens and face cards are worth zero points. If the total of the cards is greater than nine, the first digit is disregarded. For example, if a player is dealt a five and a four, they would have a total of nine.