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It is staggering that in a competitive economy where most people believe and act in a manner where more money is better that so many here believe it is perfectly plausible for someone who is unintelligent as rocks with the worst starting point in life can fight their way into a multi-hundred million dollar pro ball contract against staggering odds, but players can't win at baccarat IN THE LONG RUN OF COURSE.
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Re: Why So Many Gamblers Don't Understand Economics - Baccarat Edition
« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2017, 10:58:40 AM »
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  • Exactly what I thought when I put this up.   You have no answer because you can't handle the truth.   Most who play don't put in work, and there are those that think they are players but don't play at all.
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    Re: Why So Many Gamblers Don't Understand Economics - Baccarat Edition
    « Reply #2 on: September 06, 2017, 03:32:18 PM »
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  • Because in sports there are numerators people involved taking their money from them and positioning them and coaching, assisting, training and everything else for the $$$$.  In baccarat they have only themselves and of course the systems sellers and the authors of books that promises millions and easy wins, etc.  They have only themselves to forge ahead and they have no real clue, training, experience and knowledge to survive.  The complete opposite in sports and music when someone is discovered, etc.

    I watched 2 (30's something) people with their accumulated 'life savings' of sorts lose it all over the weekend.  The two players had a combined $100k or so and they we going to smack the casino and turn that $100k into $500k or greater.  Did not work out that way at all. 

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    Re: Why So Many Gamblers Don't Understand Economics - Baccarat Edition
    « Reply #3 on: September 06, 2017, 06:59:07 PM »
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  • How long have they played?  Have they really put in any effort?

    Top performers in every field dedicate a lifetime.   After accusing the casino of cheating on a stupid table game (worst ever unspecified), I offered a guy to come learn baccarat and play with us, that we play every night, and that I'm a winning player.   He told me he wasn't buying it.  I told him I wasn't selling it. F him because he knows.

    BTW, market projections many have on sales of gambling  knowledge are way off.  Most people think they want to win, but they don't.

    And yes there are billions and billions behind pro sports which is on record being rigged all the time.
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    Re: Why So Many Gamblers Don't Understand Economics - Baccarat Edition
    « Reply #4 on: September 08, 2017, 09:32:34 AM »
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  • How long have they played?  Have they really put in any effort?

    Top performers in every field dedicate a lifetime.   After accusing the casino of cheating on a stupid table game (worst ever unspecified), I offered a guy to come learn baccarat and play with us, that we play every night, and that I'm a winning player.   He told me he wasn't buying it.  I told him I wasn't selling it. F him because he knows.

    BTW, market projections many have on sales of gambling  knowledge are way off.  Most people think they want to win, but they don't.

    And yes there are billions and billions behind pro sports which is on record being rigged all the time.
    How can there be economics in baccarat? Get real will you…it’s only a game for rich people to burn some time.

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    Re: Why So Many Gamblers Don't Understand Economics - Baccarat Edition
    « Reply #5 on: September 08, 2017, 07:36:22 PM »
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  • I play consistently.  What basis do you have for your view?
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    Re: Why So Many Gamblers Don't Understand Economics - Baccarat Edition
    « Reply #6 on: September 09, 2017, 12:33:56 AM »
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  • Get real will you…it’s only a game for rich people to burn some time.

    Hopefully you can produce some kind of evidence of your blanket statement.

    It is incorrect of course, but if you can substantiate it, we would all be happy to read about it.

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    Re: Why So Many Gamblers Don't Understand Economics - Baccarat Edition
    « Reply #7 on: September 09, 2017, 02:10:17 AM »
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  • Hopefully you can produce some kind of evidence of your blanket statement.

    It is incorrect of course, but if you can substantiate it, we would all be happy to read about it.

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    If you review this cat's posts you will see it is Stephen Tabone XXXIII.  The guy is setting new standards for the definition of psycho.  Every new edition is the same, pointed attacks of select others coupled with laced pitches of his work.  It is so transparent and obvious.


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    Re: Why So Many Gamblers Don't Understand Economics - Baccarat Edition
    « Reply #8 on: September 09, 2017, 02:00:12 PM »
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  • If you review this cat's posts you will see it is Stephen Tabone XXXIII.  The guy is setting new standards for the definition of psycho.  Every new edition is the same, pointed attacks of select others coupled with laced pitches of his work.  It is so transparent and obvious.

    Yes, I realize that, of course.

    I was just trying to draw out some conversation instead of just reading the blanket statements.

    I'm sure Titanium Version 4.0 will be out soon explaining how only rich people play baccarat and the reason they can play is because of the new Platinum Version 4.0 book! 

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