As just noted, the interface of this game is very similar to the blackjack layout, so if you’d played this, you’ll no doubt be able to recognise the Pontoon screen as being very familiar. Across the top of the screen you’ll see a stack of cards on the right, which are the remaining cards to be dealt. Moving along there’s the dealer’s chips, followed by the display of the minimum and maximum pay outs, which in this game are €1 and €40, respectively. This is then completed by a stack of cards which have already been played. Further down, you’ll see three playing card-shaped boxes, which is where you’ll place your wagers, and the bottom of the table will be in clear view below this.
As far as wagering goes, you’re able to stick with the same bet on every hand dealt, or you can adjust this before the start of each deal. This is done by utilising the three coloured chips in the bottom right hand corner of the screen – a blue €1, a red €5 and a yellow €10. Of course, these can be stacked up on a wager box to reach up to the maximum level of €40, if you should so desire to do so. There is also a grey chip on display here with a red ‘x’ in the centre. This will cancel off any bets already placed in a box. Once you’ve decided on the amount you’d like to wager, you simply need to go ahead and start playing the round.