Almost every system has been tested many times before. Start by learning what we already know doesn't work, and why.
Started by Andre Chass, Jun 23, 10:51 PM 2018
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Quote from: RouletteGhost on Jun 25, 03:54 PM 2018Not really into roulette anymore.
Quote from: DoctorSudoku on Jun 25, 04:28 AM 2018So far, the deepest that I have had to go into the progression (that I mentioned on the previous page) is 12. So the tie had slept for 32 hands.One of the baccarat-playing veterans over on betselection (NOT alrelax !) had mentioned once that he had seen a tie-less shoe only once or twice in over 30 years of playing the game (he has been playing the game in Atlantic City casinos since the mid-1980s). On another forum, somebody else had mentioned that he had once seen the first tie to appear in a shoe on the 52nd hand.This is gambling, so extreme events can happen, albeit rarely.
Quote from: DoctorSudoku on Jun 24, 05:46 PM 2018The progression I used for the above is as follows (in units -- you guys can calculate the actual dollar amounts for yourselves):1 1 1 1 1 1 1 12 2 2 23 3 3 4Works best if you are playing at a $5 or $10 table (I would not use the above system for higher minimum tables).
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: RouletteGhost on Jun 25, 03:54 PM 2018So you are betting against decisions 12, 13, 14 back stopping on one win per shoeIâ€™ll give it a try always looking at new baccarat ideas. Not really into roulette anymore.
Quote from: Andre Chass on Jun 25, 07:14 PM 2018Well, the strategy worked on my first attempt. Luck?
Quote from: DoctorSudoku on Jun 25, 07:27 PM 2018I normally wait for a minimum of 20 hands without the tie showing, before chasing it.
Quote from: Andre Chass on Jun 23, 11:01 PM 2018BANKER ATTACKÂ®We always bet Banker.We use 1-3-2-6 sequentially whether we win or lose (132613261326...). Examples:PBPB = +6PBPBBB = +10BBB = +6PPPBPPBB = +4That means, we don't care if we win or lose that hand, we will still continue the 1-3-2-6 sequence. As for ties, it will be counted, and next bet will be the next sequence after a tiePBTBB = +9It beats almost every bad streak, and we start with a bankroll of 36. Our daily goal is +20.
Quote from: AndyCasinoK on Jun 25, 09:28 PM 2018Hi Doc , And Hi Andre Maybe for the Tie method you can add another rule/trigger : wait that a Tie appeared and then wait 20 hands to bet (apply your method after the first Tie) Because in my testing it's seem safer than a blind shoe without any Tie. What do you all think ? Cheers
Quote from: AndyCasinoK on Jun 25, 03:06 PM 2018Hello RG On my online casino the columns have only six hands results , and i take the first 3 results of the shoe and i "make them fight" with the 3 first results of the third columns i just look for one win per shoe that's all
Quote from: RouletteGhost on Jun 25, 09:43 PM 2018It does wellBut how do you treat a tie? Do you not bet if first column has a tie, also I lost some only because of the tie