As soon as you load up the Punto Banco game, you’ll be presented with a visually appealing product, marked by Netent’s typical green felt table layout. The game’s logo is displayed in the centre of the screen and the cards will be dealt underneath this. To the right hand side of the screen is the deck of cards that will be dealt from, while on the left hand side you can see the minimum and maximum bet levels that you can play. Towards the bottom of the game screen you will find the three different wagering sections, marked by ‘Tie’ ‘Banco’ and ‘Punto’, and these represent the types of directions that you believe the cards will go in. Of course, you can also see that whenever you win a ‘Tie’ gamble, you’ll receive a pay out of 9 for 1.
Of course, there are a couple of customisation options available in the game as well, and this begins with the ability to change your wager with every round. This is done by utilising the chips displayed in the bottom right hand corner of the screen, and these range from between the minimum of €1 and the maximum amount of €50. There’s also the inclusion of a grey chip with a red ‘x’ marked on it, and you can use this to cancel off any already placed bet. Further customisation comes in the form of being able to turn on or off the sounds, as well as increase or decrease the speed of the game.