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Baccarat Is Baccarat Forum Dying?

Discussion in 'Baccarat Forum' started by judge, Jun 22, 2022 at 1:48 PM.

  1. judge

    judge Active Member

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    Is the Baccarat forum here dying out or is everyone broke? All the other forums on here seem to have a lot more energy. Just curious.
     
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  2. cps10

    cps10 Active Member

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    I would like to see more action here as well. I think all the mudslinging turned everybody away.
     
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  3. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    There are many options to play this game which have not been discussed yet .

    It will revive itself .
     
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  4. judge

    judge Active Member

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    Agree
     
  5. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    On my back burner is enough fuel to keep the party going .

    But then again I am not married to that game. Just another alternate EC when needed .


    Suggest ASA3 plus Coup of 3 or coup of 2 .
     
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  6. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Play the game but not the "shoe".
     
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  7. Rond1nell1

    Rond1nell1 Active Member

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    I agree. Not to mention that there are some betting strategies and selections discussed on other forums that can be applied in baccarat.
     

  8. Jon Wick

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    Can you please share the names of the other forums? Links would be great too. Thanks

    John
     
  9. Jon Wick

    Jon Wick Member

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    Not familiar with the ASA3 plus Coup 3. Can you please explain in detail this bet selection? Thank you.

    Jon
     
  10. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    AS 3 means betting against a streak of 3 not more than 3 times .

    If a win continue with a coup of 2 or 3 .
     
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  11. Punkcity

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    Why curious?
    Surely your lack of input says enough, or perhaps your corrosive conduct towards baccarat posters that do post compared to your lack of posting of anything other than snide remarks should answer your “just curious”

    I guess you did manage to finally start a thread.

    good for you , you go have a rest now, you don’t want to over exert yourself , save yourself for more of your insults that you are going to post, as per usual.
     
  12. Rond1nell1

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    I referred to the other forums within this one. Like roulette for example. There it is even discussed outside roulette bets that are totally adaptable for baccarat.
     
  13. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    An excellent reply to the judge by Punkcity. Right on target .
     
  14. judge

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    I guess you're not willing to share the way you play with us. Sorry you feel this way. I've always looked at you, Jimske, Jae, Junket King and Sputnik etc. as "the real" players (not gamblers) on this forum and have enjoyed reading the posts. I guess after I wake up from my nap I can shorten the list by one. BTW, the only poster I ever remember having "corrosive conduct" to was SPIKE and Stephen Tabone and I stand by those. If I ever said anything corrosive towards you I don't remember so, as I always held you in a fairly high regard. So if you're looking for a fight, you've come to the wrong guy. I'm here to learn and learn only.

    Good day

    Mark
     

  15. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Baccarat is also a game of luck b ut not of strategy .


    Not much to learn .
     
  16. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Not one of the well known gambling gurus is on any of the forums .

    Best advice is to buy some books on the subject .
     
  17. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    The best method I ever came across is the anti streak method.
     
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  18. judge

    judge Active Member

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    I like looking for patterns on the derived roads. Using all three roads.
     
  19. baccarou

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    There are no good books out there on Baccarat! At least, none that will help you win in the medium to long term barring you get extremely lucky.
    I spent the last 24/48 hours reading most of the available literature ranging from ''May, Tamburin, Patrick, Kaysar'' I didn't even bother with Tabone's material. They are all free on the net and so saved me the time, effort and £/$ in purchasing them.

    To be perfectly frank, a lot of them were condescending nonsense catering to newbie / greenhorns.
    I kind of got what I expected from some of them but have to say I was disappointed with the May and Tamburin books.

    Maybe I am hard to please but these authors lacked any insight or inspiration and certainly offered me no enlightenment towards the game of Baccarat.
     
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  20. Nathan Detroit

    Nathan Detroit Well-Known Member Founding Member

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    Mr. baccarou that is exactly as you posted it . But you did the proper thing going thru the books .

    Not much there either as expected .
     

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