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Re: YOU FOUND 'THE BLOG'
« Reply #60 on: June 18, 2017, 07:03:38 PM »
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  • Last couple of night at the casino.  Great weekend!  My buddy took over $50k from them and that is generally not like him, I do believe that is his biggest score ever.  Mine was well over $30k, one of my best in the Midwest that is for sure.  In Vegas, AC and CT no, but the Midwest yes.  Especially how the highest majority of the idiots play here always, I mean always play only for the cut.  Even when it is cutting/chopping, they still play for the cut--which is the repeat.  LOL.  At least they all took some good coinage off the table. 


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    « Reply #61 on: June 21, 2017, 10:43:24 PM »
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  • Going to the casino tonight.  Supposed to meet up with a few long term bac players in the area from the east coast.  Ought to be very interesting.  Luckily I have a bit of pull at the place we are going.

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    « Reply #62 on: June 25, 2017, 04:34:54 PM »
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  • Hi all.  I gave this a lot of thought last night I went to the casino and I did not play.  I had a wonderful dinner with a casino management person and a couple very large players in from out of town and we looked at the shoe, then turned and we looked at each other.   We asked people at the table and they were into it for tens of thousands of dollars and they almost had tears from their eyes.  So you know what we did?  We went out off property to a nearby town and we almost got drunk and I haven't done that for years with the four people I mentioned.

    I thought about the little problem I had with Steven Tabone and here are my thoughts he is a good guy and he's on a good mission but there are many scientists in the world and we all cannot be a Dr. 'Emmet' Brown from Back to the Future, god I love that guy!!  And we all cannot be a Ghostbuster from New York City either. I Believe In My Own Heart Steven is too A-Alpha like myself and although there's nothing wrong with that being an author and in the public's eye or the eye of the people that are potential customers, I believe it is not the correct frame of mind to be in, but again that's in my opinion.

    I'll go out on a limb here now, imagine that, lol.  I think Steven is too close-minded,  I used to be also, and I found out being completely open minded, I've done much better with non casino stuff as well as everything at the table.  Steven wants to blame something or somebody for things that don't look exactly right or go with his way.  Again, I used to be like that a long time ago but came to realize that even if someone caused or side-tracked me to the wrong or negative--it was collusion and liability on my part as well.  Also one more thing, he cannot be wrong which I'll tell you I've been wrong many times in my life and if I could go back and do it all over,  I would 100% do everything right and be the perfect person, but we can't do that!

    That's the only three derogatory things in my mind that I want to express but like I said, he is a good guy.  I don't care about or subscribe to systems and Luengyeh, so very well states numerous times on the board.  I wish Stephen would change a little and just become a sponsor and sell his books.  IMO, forcing or pushing your 'work of art' will only have detrimental repercussions.  Everything will come out and be very visible in the long run and we all know very well that the long run will be here a lot quicker than we actually wanted to be, seriously and absolutely.

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    « Reply #63 on: July 07, 2017, 02:44:15 PM »
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  • One and a half beautiful shoes last night.  Simply classic, fantastic and text-book old school bac!

    2' and 3's the entire shoe, at least 12 of them and every single one cut to the opposite side except one repeating 4 on a player.

    An 'F-7' everyone won in the first 10 hands, as I love that positioning.

    Count got to a deficient 10 for the Banker and then the Banker caught up and just rocked back and forth for another 10-14 spots/hands after that, classic natural or 7  for one side and sudden death for the other on the entire chop-chop.  3 of us followed it all and the other 5 lost and lost big, continually wagering for the opposite to happen in everything is the worst anyone can play when it is presenting the opposites in great numbers.  Why lose 2 or 3 or 4 or 5 to win 1?  Something i will never understand.  Of course from my experience this all started around 2000, or the very late 90's with all the info and systems on the internet. 

    The shoe for a shoe and a half was super strong, meaning--doing and following everything out there.  IMO and experience, when it is like that, follow and follow big time.  Then at the second half of the second shoe, myself and the lady next to me cashed out all of our winnings and we both said to each other, lets cash out and pocket 50% of our buy-ins and go back and try to build it up again.  When we did and then, boom!  The shoe, no way producing anything, everything lost and we both lost the 50%.  Left and profited, tried for a bit more and in my gut I knew we shouldn't have--but too stubborn and hard headed.  Learn to cash out your wins and some of your buy-in and be ahead and have the willpower to say another day.


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    Re: YOU FOUND 'THE BLOG'
    « Reply #64 on: July 08, 2017, 05:07:51 AM »
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  • Nah, it wasn't about the will-power whatsoever. Maybe you forgot to bring the "always-natural-winner" magical dust ? I still have some in my supply. Just let me know if you need one. :D

    Don't left home without it.  :no:
    You will never know. Not now, not in this life. You aren't that lucky.

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    Re: YOU FOUND 'THE BLOG'
    « Reply #65 on: July 08, 2017, 11:21:44 AM »
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  • Nah, it wasn't about the will-power whatsoever. Maybe you forgot to bring the "always-natural-winner" magical dust ? I still have some in my supply. Just let me know if you need one. :D

    Don't left home without it.  :no:

    I found out, if you use any reference to humor or anything related to Saturday Night Live stuff most of the people on here will turn it against you and seriously get upset and all that.  So I  can't comment but your probably correct.  Sad how things got interpreted on here.

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    « Reply #66 on: July 09, 2017, 09:36:23 AM »
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  • What a great night!  I had my mind right,  you know what Babu wrote about the goof balls, the dirty and non respectful (lacking all common decency) monkeys-chimps and baboons at the table?? I visibly saw it and played with them just before.  LOL, I went into the casino and compared that to being back in NYC say 17 years ago. Placed myself down on Mott Street in Chinatown and then in middle of Times Square on 43rd and Boardway and then on Second Ave and 80th street.  I will explain later today the difference of each one as well as type out a 15 page article I long hand wrote on my break times from the table.  We had a shoe that gave us 20 to 30 more bankers than players.  Just the opposite of that heavy player shoe the other night.  This time I laughed harder and longer when they all lost their repeated buy ins with their systems and beliefs. I have a much clearer way to define all this now!! Later today on the way to sleep, its 4:30am.

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    « Reply #67 on: July 09, 2017, 10:54:11 PM »
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  • Didn't get around to typing out my notes as I mentioned above today, Sunday.  Bar any emergencies tomorrow, I will try to get it done in the morning.  A separate thread in my blog called ' baccarat - an insiders approach'....

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    « Reply #68 on: July 31, 2017, 05:35:10 PM »
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  • Yep, the call came today!  I was surprised it took this long.  My buddy--the one that lost the tens of thousand of win money as well as his (I believe $4k-$5k and $3k of additional buy-in) risk money from last week.  $12k is serious money, not like $500 or $1,500 or even $2,500 to us.  We are all either business partners or business owners in full--either way, once you get up over the $5k risk (out of pocket) money for one night on a local level---that is starting to be sizable money, (being we are not whales, LOL). 

    So anyway, he calls and he is whining big time.  I don't know why I don't listen, I don't know why I don't follow you, I don't know why I have to go against everyone, I don't know why I win so much and then my head explodes, I don't know why I can't see straight when I win $10k or #20k or $30k, etc., etc., etc., and so on.  For a good solid 20 minuets he continued to confess, repents and beg not to let it happen to him again. 

    What is so comical, it will.  I know this one guy.  And he is genuinely not a pig or against anyone at the tables.  Most of the time he throws something up and someone puts anything more than $10 or$25 on the opposite side, he almost always pulls his down out of respect and thinking, if you know something---I don't agree but hey---go for it, I am not going to wager.  He is like that 95% of the time, except when he wins pretty good.  Then he is another person.  And he misses the easiest and strongest patterns happening no matter what.  But only when he wins big money. 

    So I listened and all the whole time never once, the typical 'I am stopping for a while' or "I give it up", etc.  Every other sentence ended with, 'next time I won't do it' or 'next time this and that' and at the end he says, 'next time i am up $10k or more, take at least 75% of my win, cash it out and don't let me have it back until we stop and we are outside'. 

    Yeah, right.  I knew the call was coming. 

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    « Reply #69 on: August 02, 2017, 01:24:46 PM »
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  • I had a dream last night and I was on the way to Vegas.  It was cloudy and I could not see a thing while driving!!!!  It was one of those dreams where I was in and out of it numerous times.  But I did wake up this morning and here is my road into work, what a coincidence, HUH????

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    « Reply #70 on: August 17, 2017, 01:04:41 PM »
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  • Well I don't know!  At times it is so easy and yet--at times it is so tough!  Last weekend playing.  The normal people, the normal crowd at the baccarat table.  There was a couple of great shoes---frigging great--seriously, like the high 40's of one side and the low 20's of the opposite side.  Problem was, everyone was against each other.  Zero camaraderie with verbal explanation of almost every single hand, why the shoe was going to do 'such and such' or do 'so and so'.  Also, verbally each person telling the others why they were wagering stupidly and hurting the table.  Nothing but resentment.  The 2 shoes were easy $50k to $100k shoes for anyone that wagers decent on them. 

    The shoe presentments were repeating themselves, whatever they were producing and to me those are the best ones!  Long series of chop-chop's, series of double/pairs/ 7 to 12 streak bankers and players a couple times in each shoe, etc., etc., etc. Like I said, great shoes to follow, positive progression, win several and cut down and do it again and again throughout the shoe. But no, the people have to fight, pull rank and play against each other.  Repeatedly wining several hands, throwing $400.00 out there, they win, high five and stack it up to $800.00.  They win again and pull down $1,600 or $1,800.00 of it.  Great, I thought they are actually getting the hang of this.  Then they go to fighting.  One places on the players and the other places on the banker and verbally tells him that he is wagering against him because he is wrong.  And this is on a shoe where it is strong, super strong.  Damn!  You know years ago, we lived for these shoes and we all played together, every single person at the table.  We was us clearly against the casino, nothing else. I will tell you when there was strong shoes, we all won at least 28 out of ever 30 strong shoes.  Now it is like completely the opposite.  Seriously!  WTF??

    More often than not, this is really what happens.  Sometimes, very clear and at other times, still there but not so clear.  The other problem I have learned over the years with most players, is their total lack of planning, direction, adherence to too many fallacies and fairy tales and their 'self-inflicted' collusion in the endless loop they are involved in.  They need to back up, look and realize what they are doing.  Coming into the casino with their hard earned money or their borrowed money, either one--play--usually win for a while and then their head blows up and they go for it, hard and fast.  And then that endless-loop comes out, they go bust and they buy in a few more times and the same things happen.  No plan and no direction.  This is really the upper 90 percentile of every time they come in to gamble at baccarat. 

    The problem almost all players have, is their ability to recognize the shoe-presentments, as well as merging and interfacing their wagering with what MIGHT or MIGHT NOT happen in the shoe.  Within the instant shoe and within the section they are currently in.  As I have literally laid out in a series of 10 articles within the highlighted section of my Blog, merely believing in a system or a wagering protocol/triggers (we all of them) of two or three variations will not allow you to profit at this game.  All that does, and it normally will take you years to figure out, is you win and you give it all back and then some trying to  those triggers again and again.  Simple, but yet so complicated for most all players.

    As I have said, the game is considerably more than knowing what will win a few times-sometimes.  Because there is 'something' always winning and losing, every single hand.  I see stacks and stacks of chips--but the value of them is nothing to most players because they are not cashed out and kept as cash funds.  They are merely regarded as 'possibilities' for larger wins and the straightening out of all their problems, in the casino and outside the casino.  There is no other reason, none whatsoever. 



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    « Reply #71 on: Yesterday at 05:27:20 AM »
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  • Heading to the casino for some play tonight!  Time to apply it all, once again. 


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    « Reply #72 on: Yesterday at 10:54:10 PM »
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  • What a bunch of unbelievable shenanigans!  Seriously sad!  I think last night tops the retards of the retards with a new level of imbecilic-ism!

    I did okay, far from what I should have done and the opposite end of the rainbow from what any normal table of baccarat players would've done  a few years ago.  I don't know if it is all the info and all the random these people acquire off the internet or what, but the way they wager and the amount of funds they lose---is south of sad! 

    2 Shoes of the 3, I stayed for were perfect set-ups and perfect follows for the player for huge sections.  There was one section where it was 2's (pairs) for like 6 cuts and then a 6 repeater for the Banker and then a 9 repeater for the Player.  Then right back to 2's (pairs) for another 6 or 7 sections.  Also almost every single natural 'cut' as well.  Other signs and warnings, I cannot believe it.  At least 15 players lost in excess of $5,000.00 each and several $10,000.00. 

    And what floors me, they lose their money, and they buy-in heavier and heavier and heavier and never stop.  Hell bent on the 'cut' no matter what or the repeater when it is determined to 'cut'. 

    But what gets me the most, there has been an extremely young Asian male, early 20's at best.  He does good for a few hands and then everyone follows him--no matter what.  And, these 2's were give me's, very visible.  Especially with the repeated natural cutting to the opposites side.  What ever happened to the old, "Play it until it falls off" type of scenario?  Just lose the last one.

    Nope, let's do table max a half dozen times and then we can really try to put their lights out and take all their chips from the dealer's rack.  All they wind up doing is falling and falling and falling deeper and deeper.  What is so disturbing is the results were there, all you had to do was follow them and smack the house, old school.