Punto Banco simply involves betting on the hand- player or banker- that will get a sum of nine (or eight) before the other. Two cards are dealt to each hand in this most popular version of baccarat. Players may also bet on a tie. Skill is unlikely to count in this game but advantage players are luckier.
Sometimes known as "the Switzerland of Latin America", Uruguay is world-renowned for its economic stability and stable banking sector. In 2018, the Uruguayan Senate passed a law which established a ban on the provision of online gambling services in the country. Only the state-owned lottery operator, La Banca, is allowed to offer online sports betting in Uruguay.