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Started by Andre Chass, Jun 23, 10:51 PM 2018
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Quote from: Andre Chass on Jun 24, 07:56 PM 2018I NEVER bet on Tie but this strategy seems to be interesting. I will give it a try. Thanks for the contribution.
Quote from: DoctorSudoku on Jun 25, 04:14 AM 2018Andre,If you are going to try it, as always do some testing first. Just use it as a secondary playing method. And also use it only occasionally.For this method to fail, the tie outcome has to sleep for at least 36 spins (the 20 hands that act as the initial trigger plus the 16 hands that I chase it with the progression).
Quote from: AndyCasinoK on Jun 24, 11:27 PM 2018Three Runners Â® At the Start of the shoe record the first three Hands , ex : BBBAnd then bet that the beginning of the third column will not be BBB again , so bet PPP most of the wins comes from the first and second hand , so you can flat bet two times in a row or you can martingale it Example : 1-1 1-2 1-2-3 1-1-3 1-2-4 etc ...
Quote from: Andre Chass on Jun 23, 10:59 PM 2018PATTERN ATTACK Â®You can use the strategy to play Baccarat or Roulette but it works better playing Baccarat (less variance and Tie).Here are the rules:1. Start tracking a shoe.2. If we see one of the following patterns we start betting AGAINST the pattern continuingPBB PBB PBB Bet BPP BPP BPP BPP Bet PBB3. Progression is a personal choice:1-2-31-2-41-2-21-1-30-1-2Set up a stop win/loss4. Do not IGNORE tie results as this affects sequence of results. Treat it as another unmatched pattern.PS: You can cover the Tie to avoid previous losses.5. Stop tracking at the end of the shoe and reset.NEVER bet when is the end of the shoe. Look for another table.6. Try tracking at least 3 tables at the same time. I track 6 tables.Ex: B P B P B PB P P PB BBWe have above BPP BPP BPP B P B P BP B B BPPPWe have above PBB PBB PBBoth qualify as a triggerP B P B P B P P P PWe have above BPP BPP BPPB P B P B P B B B BWe have above PBB PBB PBBBoth qualify as a triggerThe strategy is POWERFUL If you play by the rules.It needs a lot of paciente and discipline.And you can adapt your way of play and use different progressions.We are betting against a rare pattern to form for 4 times. It's a rare event.
Quote from: Locomotivist on Jun 25, 06:17 AM 2018Hi,Can you explain how you are charting your columns? You mention 3 hands, but then your image shows that each column has 6 hands. That part is unclear. Nice suggestion, though, thanks.
Quote from: RouletteGhost on Jun 25, 08:28 AM 2018I like thisIn your columns are you writing the decisions left to right?
Quote from: Locomotivist on Jun 25, 06:27 AM 2018Hi,So you are targeting BPP and PBB only? I understand why you are not considering BBB or PPP. But why not BPB and PBP? They can be used for this strategy also, isn't? Or maybe you did not mention them in your example. Thanks.
Quote from: AndyCasinoK on Jun 24, 10:44 PM 2018Hello All That's a very nice thread and thanks Andre for posting SOS , i feel a little bit proud ahah