Baccarat is a game of cards, which involves the Player and the Banker (i.e. two hands). The game is associated with only thee possible outcomes, which are determined by chance, and they include include the Player, the Banker, and the Tie. The objective of baccarat is to score closest to nine.
Uganda is a Central African state with endless natural beauty, aptly named the "Pearl of Africa" by Winston Churchill. Gambling is mostly unregulated and tolerated in Uganda, and some reforms have been made in recent years. The standard of living is relatively low, as is the internet penetration level. These factors limit the popularity of online casinos.