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Baccarat I Am A Professional Baccarat Player

Discussion in 'Baccarat Forum' started by Harrylaiv, May 16, 2018.

  1. Harrylaiv

    Harrylaiv New Member

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    I am a professional bacarrat player. I have officially beat the game short term and long term. Anyone who says this game can’t be beat and loses or says it can be beat and has no proof, hasn’t done it yet. I have committed myself to this game through trial of thousands of hours of play, of many many hardships both financially and relationships, and I am finally at peace with myself to say the least. I have paid all my debts in full, and now live the life I’ve always wanted. Over a course of time with my not so extensive method, I have pushed my luck from so much as placing a $100 bill on the table and walking away with $37,642 exactly! Not because I wanted to, but because the pit boss literally walked up with security and told me that I was too good for the game, that I’m allowed to play whatever other game I’d like to, but I’m not allowed to play baccarat there anymore. So now, I don’t push that kind of money anymore, only did so to show it was possible. I now go in, play for no more than an hour a day, and walk away with $400-$600 playing quarters. And every once in a while when a bill comes through the mail, I’ll match the amount due on the bill so I don’t feel like I’m losing anything. I’m not here to sell a system, there’s no price that can be put on this play. But I’m here to inform everyone who’s suffering loses at the expense of many different burdens due to this blood sucking casinos, that you don’t have to. You can beat the game. The effects of what cards came up previously have so much to do with the remaining deck that it’s almost as if it’s unreal! Do enough studying, look at the cards that previously came up, and they will tell you what’s coming up next. Don’t believe me, I don’t care, but try and observe in a little deeper detail what you see and you will see it eventually. It’s literally 3rd grade math!
     
  2. gizmotron2

    gizmotron2 Active Member

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    Well, third grade arithmetic is division. How do you observe an eight deck shoe? How do you divide that up?
     
  3. cps10

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    I am one who believes that individuals can beat the game. Mathematically the house will win over the course of time collectively. But that doesn’t mean individuals can’t win.

    Now looking at past cards this is a little vague Harry. Do you care to expand upon this?
     
  4. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Active Member Founding Member

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    Baccarat is an excellent casino game . Just pick either Banker or Player. JP in his book on baccarat recommends either 2-1-2 or !-2-2 MM .

    JP prefers the 2-1-2 and up whereas I have chosen his 1-2-2 which requires more details.


    I am not attempting to out smart the deck just commence betting when my selection shows.


    ND
     
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    Thanks ND. So you just pick a side and bet a profession of 1-2-2?
     
  6. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Active Member Founding Member

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    Gizmo ,

    GPS 10

    Just consider JP 2-1-2. Please IGNORE my selection of 1-2-2. Since the 1-2-2 requires more of an explanation it prevents me to do so as it in a copyrighted book by JP. Sorry.


    ND
     
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  7. R19

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    Not sure where you are playing, but I don't believe it all regarding the restriction. Houses in my area see 4 and serious 5 figure single bets go up all the time and those are not at their high limit tables.

    Others are welcome to post verified examples of such restrictions because outside of game rules/ limits and discovery of cheating or advantaged play, I have not seen anything ever.
     
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  8. gizmotron2

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    Any 50/50 game and I'm satisfied by 3-2-3.
     
  9. Nathan Detroit

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    Gizmo ,



    I knew you would go for 3-2-3 .



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  10. gizmotron2

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    Hmm! 2-1, not 2-1-2. If I win the first step, then I pocket 1 unit before going on to the second step. Now only the house's money plays the second step. I have my bankroll money all tucked away and safe. I have one unit in my pocket for that first step. If I win the second step then I have a total net win of three units. That's exactly what I have been harping about as good enough. Thank you ND. That is so easy even a math'd zoomed dweeb can do it.
     
  11. gizmotron2

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    Nope! I just jumped on 2-1. Now I only thought about it because you asked us to consider 2-1-2. But I am sure that 3 units is enough to enjoy life like a king on. Imagine getting to my goal in just 2 net wins. And half of those two are from one that is safe.
     
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  12. cps10

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    Now I am really confused. What book is this? I don’t want explanations to copyrighted material but I will buy the book if need be. Is it by John Patrick? Is that the JP?
     
  13. gizmotron2

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    It's John Patrick. Just look up "Up & Pull" by the author, online.
     
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    I’ll give you the best hint I can without completely giving away my system. You need specific numbers, I’m not going to give you the specific numbers to use but they are single digit number. You’ll take the total combined value of the cards from both banker and players side getting a number somewhere between zero and 48, you’ll then take a specific number (again not saying at this time), and you’ll see how many times thy number goes into your total card value. You are looking for the remainder. Example, 5 goes into a total count of 23 four times with a remainder of 3. 3 is the number that will determine which hands most likely to win. There’s more to it than that, but it works on a principle called the law of averages!
     
  15. Nathan Detroit

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    GPS 10

    The title

    SO YOU WANNA BE A GAMBLER

    Baccarat

    246 pages

    by JP
     
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  16. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Active Member Founding Member

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    Gizmo,


    That`s the reason why JP always places his first bet higher than the second one.


    ND
     
  17. gizmotron2

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    Yes, but how many people do you know that would think that 2-1 is enough? I was a poor carpenter / beginning developer, yet I was probably the first of one or two poly extreme athletes on planet earth. Then I was destroyed in a couple of car accidents. Then I lived on almost nearly nothing for a few decades. So I know the value of enough. So when I ask this question, I have always wondered what people thought they would get from gambling forums. People have different ideas of what success means. I get from John Patrick's books a notion of realistic expectations as a kind of warning. You can tell people but you can't understand it for them. JP was grinder.
     
  18. gizmotron2

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    Fascinating. I know for a fact that all calculation systems run into a thing I call the sequence of death. They do so because of the rules that make the user continue when the sequence occurs. You might have a method of determining the count, like in Blackjack, but that will not stop the perfect sequence from forming anyway. Have you figured out a way to stay out of death sequences yet? You can hit a perfect pattern that tells you to bet and the cards are just so arranged as to give you a perfectly timed loss anyway. The numbers say bet but the sequence kills instead. This happens in card counting for Blackjack all the time. It's why the casino lets dummy's count cards. They know that the inexperienced player will play right into a death sequence. You know about this?
     
  19. Harrylaiv

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    That’s what’s so great about this system. It’s a flow of 3 different running systems in one. Only one works at a time. For example, the first row may get 9 right in a row and then fall off, but the 2nd or 3rd row will pick back up with another string of winners. You’d have to first sit down, determine which row is winning, and bet depending on which it is. Once you lose 2 times in a row, you’ll notice one of the other 2 rows have picked up the pattern and you’ll follow one of them. Sometimes you’ll get a shoe to where the first row wins every other hand and the 2nd row will alternately win every other hand and you bet based on the chop that you are getting until you get to another part of the game where a different row has a stronger win rate. You’ll never have all 3 rows win the same hand twice in a row as long as I’ve been doing this so therefore you’ll never have all 3 rows say player/banker twice in a row and lose. The most loses I experience in a row is 3 loses and that’ll tell you not to play the shoe. It’ll happen very rarely. I’d say once out of 7 shoes, the shoe is unplayable. But if you find yourself in a shoe where you don’t lose 3 in a row, the whole entire game goes smooth. I still haven’t yet determined why that is, but I’m not going to argue with a huge win rate
     
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    Maybe this part of your note was lost on everyone, but...

    Not sure where you are playing, but I don't believe it all regarding the restriction. Houses in my area see 4 and serious 5 figure single bets go up all the time and those are not at their high limit tables.

    Others are welcome to post verified examples of such restrictions because outside of game rules/ limits and discovery of cheating or advantaged play, I have not seen anything ever.
     

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