Punto Banco is a classic casino game that has been popular in Macedonia for centuries. It dates back to at least the early 19th century, when it was played in the court of King Alexander I. Punto Banco continued to be the preferred game of choice for the elite in Macedonia for many years. It was only recently, in the last few decades, that Punto Banco became available to the general public, as casinos began to open up in the country.
Punto Banco is a game of strategy and skill, and it can be played with anywhere from two to eight players. It is usually played with a deck of standard 52 playing cards, although there are other variations available. The object of the game is to bet on the banker or the player hand, as the two sides are known, and guess which one will come out on top.