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Baccarat And now for something completely different

Discussion in 'Baccarat Forum' started by usernametaken, May 9, 2023.

  1. usernametaken

    usernametaken New Member

    Jun 6, 2020
    Let's assume that the casino beats most of the players most of the time. What if we try to act like the casino? How? Let's disregard the money bet by the gamblers. It doesn't matter if one is betting $10 or $1200. I was thinking that if 5 gamblers are on bank and 2 are on player. Then we bet on player. If player comes up, the casino wins and we win. That is assuming all wagers are of equal amount.
    Another thing I noticed is the 3-4 situation. If a gambler has won 3 hands in a row, he often loses his 4th bet. So bet against him. If a gambler has lost 4 hands in a row, then bet with him as he or she tends to win this bet and avoids losing 5 in a row. Go check your win and losses on your scorecards and you will
    notice that we lose after winning 3 hands in a row and win after losing 4 hands in a row. I noticed that after 60 hands we play in a shoe, we tend to win 30 hands and lose 30 hands. I hope I explained things properly.
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  2. cps10

    cps10 Well-Known Member

    Aug 28, 2016
    North Carolina
    Interesting take. The house does always win in the long run but usually just due to the house edge. Even on a day where most gamblers win, not sure how that would factor in.

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