Hello all, long time lurker, finally made an account so I could gloat a bit. I’ve been playing baccarat for 16 years and have tried everything under the sun. About five years ago I stopped believing in systems and triggers and faced the cold hard truth of the math. A few months ago I started dabbling with something that seemed absurd at the time and found a unique trigger. I tested it through about 400 baccarat cards I’ve kept from brick and mortar casinos. My goal was 1 unit per shoe (which I know might seem like small potatoes to most) flat betting worked, and setting up a stop loss of 5 units a shoe I ended up being up 1 unit per 3 shoes. Up 158 units out of 400 shoes. Again, I realize that doesn’t sound all that appealing unless your unit size is large. I tested my trigger through the 1,000 8 deck bac shoes on wizards of odds and came up with similar figures. Profiting 1 unit every 3 shoes on average when playing to win 1 unit a shoe with a stop loss of 5 flat betting. Imretested all the shoes using different systems, and what came out a solid winner was Oscar’s Grind (Hoyle’s Press) combining that with my trigger with a bankroll of 30 units (which had never lost out of those 1400 shoes) I was able to profit 1 unit per shoe. 9 days ago I decided to try it in real play. I went to my local casino with a $300 bankroll, looking to play two tables of ez bac simultaneously (which I is quite feasible with my trigger). My daily goal was to play 20 shoes, I initially figured 20 shoes between 2 tables would take around 10 hours, but I quickly realized on day 1 that after 14 shoes I was ready to go. So I reestablished my goal and since I can play single dollar chips in ez bac, every time I made enough money to add a dollar to my unit size, I would. After 9 days, my original $300 bankroll is now a little over $14,000! Monday I’m going to start over with a bankroll of $3,000 and play 10 shoes a day for the entire week and progress with my winnings the same way I have. If anyone is curious how it goes, I’ll update you, cheers!