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Baccarat Parlaying Bets For Baccarat

Discussion in 'Baccarat Forum' started by Legendary, Feb 11, 2024.

  1. Legendary

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    Can you string together five wins in a row? If you can, this is for you. I have tried parlaying at some point and I have known many who have tried. We all know it's good when we win a string of 3-4 wins in a row but often than not, we would lose before we get there. You've probably also seen people parlay to no end(7-10+), usually until they lose it. Players tend to quit parlaying because they get frustrated with all the wager without seeing a gain.

    After a lot of trials, I find out that parlaying 5 times allows for enough attempts and can be profitable. Below is a chart that shows that you can win something with if you can string 5 wins in a row with 31 attempts and break even with 32 attempts.

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    I have done this successfully for 5 days. No longer doing this because my old body gets too exhausted walking around tables and making so many wagers. I did an incredible 14 wins in a row, only losing on a disapointing hand 15 where I got a natural 8 and loss to a natural 9.

    The worst that I have done was attempt 17 twice during that 5 days. During practice sessions, I have gone as far as attempt 27. As you can see, there is still money to be made at attempt 27.

    As far as bet selections, I was using the beads. A bit difficult so not going to go into that here.

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  2. cps10

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    I can’t remember the last time I won 5 in a row.
     
  3. Legendary

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    Definitely hard. I would think most people if not everyone, usually wins 2-3 and sometimes 4 in a row before losing on the 5th. I usually bet the first 3 parlay without much thought until the 4th and 5th. Again, won't go through the selection, too complex. I'm not sure how it would go if I were to just sit at a table to play but going from table to table, I have always manage to string 5 wins. As I mention, sometimes it takes a lot of attempts.

    You actually got me thinking of something. Looking back at when I first play this game over 20 years ago and maybe even 5 years into the game, somehow it's so easy to string up more than 5 losses. Why is it that it's so hard to string 5 wins when it's so easy to string up 5 losses or more. I don't keep track all the time but I recalled stringing up 12 plus losses twice.

    Look at the results below. Conveniently, someone shared this in one of the post. You can see two strings of 5 wins in a row. Although it was not good enough to produce wining results had they parlay. Then look at how many times the person strung up 5 or more losses.


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  4. soxfan

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    I know from experiences that somestimes yer pressed hard to capture just two wins on a bounce. It is silly to think that you can capture five win on a bounce with any regularity, hey hey.
     
  5. cps10

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    Two in a row is common. However, how many times do you win those in a parlay situation and how many do you lose? I would guess more than three times you lose before a win. But I’ve never really studied it that much.
     
  6. Legendary

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    Yes, I remember having a lot of those moments when I can't even string two wins together. However, stringing 5 is not nearly impossible. Did through this forum for some of other people's results and you will find 5 wins in a row is not near impossible or uncommon. Remember, you have 32 attempts.
     
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    If you think that capturing five win on a bounce is common then you are doomed to forever being a loser player, simple and plain, hey hey.
     

  8. Legendary

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    As I mentioned, I have done that for a whole week and I have manage to win from this. While this proves nothing. I have done a lot of trials at home on RNG as well and has gone as far as 27 attempts. While that doesn't net much of a win, it's still a win. Say you fail all 32 attempts, you would be down $320 using $10. If you can string up two 5 wins in a row in the next 64 attempts, you can recover and come up with a win.

    Dig through this forum and pull out some results that others have posted. You will probably see strings of 5 and you can run the results to see if they will net wins or not.
     
  9. Legendary

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    You can't do it, doesn't mean others can't. I'm not even telling you my results. Go look at what's already posted. If you can't string up 5 wins in a row with that many attempts, I don't know what to say.

    Regardless, I'm not here to boast. Just giving some useful tools for others to think about.
     
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  10. Jimske

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    Not that uncommon. I just counted the W/L registry I posted. Out of 1400 wagers won 5IAR or more 35 times. Y'all can count them yourselves. But the real question is not that they don't ocurr but the ratio for hittng them compared to not hitting them and how to bet them. I looked at this a lot and concluded (anecdotally) that parlay on any win and continue forward would be an overall loser compared to the times you actually won 31 units. But I still use up as you win after 2 IAR. 1,1, 1.5, 2, 2, 3 etc. If lose the third bet just jump into the same NP I use. Not a big escalation. After that just re-start on a loss. Is that more profitable? I don't really know. But. . . there is room for a gamble. Say you're having a good session! Get a few wins IAR and bet a big percentage of your winnings. If you lose then start again or session over. If you win give it a go and take the winnings.
     
  11. Legendary

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    You are correct Jimske. The results that I have posted even if the person stops 1/3 of the way, will net a loss. For me, 4 in a row does not allow enough attempts and enough wins. 6 in a row is extremely difficult to net any wins, although I could string 6, I would net a loss before I can do so. 5 however, I can net wins given that many attempts. This is why I mention that only if you can comfortable net 5 wins in a row with 32 attempts.
     
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  12. soxfan

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    Positive progressions would be viable if you could capture five win in a row on the regular basis, but they aren't cuz you can't, hey hey.
     
  13. Legendary

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    Sure, if you still want to believe that. Hey hey!
     

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