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6-01-2019 Shoe. Absolutely Classic. A Work of Art!
« on: June 03, 2019, 01:36:36 pm »
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  • I will post the pictures tonight after downloading and resizing them.  Be patient.

    Here is the start of the shoe and some of took so much out of the dealers rack, the sole floor person in the pit was on the phone the whole time to the casino general manager off property.  This was late, after 2 AM on the grave yard shift.  There is no casino GM on property most nights unless there is something special at that time of night.  The game was slow, real slow, drawn out, lots of in-fighting among the players.  In fact, I had a great contact I have known for years look me up on Sunday and want to talk about this, as someone called him and attempted to explain what they saw.  After meeting with him yesterday, I am impressed by this shoe to exemplify the possibilities of opportunity for those that are absolutely completely neutral and clear minded to the maximum without on bit of bother from outside that Bac shoe and its presentments. 

    B-PPPPPPP-BBB-PPPPPP-B-P-BBB-P-B-PPPP-B-P-BBBB-P

    That was the start and the dealer lost almost the whole rack of chips.  5 Panda 8s with three of them in a row!!!!, and 1 three card 8/9 200:1. 

    B-P-B-P-B-P-B-P-B-P-B-P-B-P   
       P-B-P        B       P        B
       P-B-P        B       P        B
       P    P                 P        B
       P    P
       P-P-P

    Bold Players indicate Panda 8s.

    PLEASE NOTE:  I have talked about this and written about this numerous times.  It is a fact and should now be noticed.  0-1-2-3 or extremely low ties means strong, or weak or whatever, but what I call the pattern/trend to be strong, in other words sticking.  Do not confuse sticking to repeating.  Sticking means as I term it, produce presentments to compliment other ones.  this shoe had zero -0- ties in it well past the pictures I will post when we bailed out at hand 48.  There was ZERO ties in it all the way up to hand 47.


    Call me unintelligent, but those boxes, when they come are strong, beautiful and special.  Picture the two of us there are a full hard-core table.  We are both looking at each other, Box-Box-Box-Box-Box every few seconds we are verbally saying and fist bumping each other.  yeah, unintelligent huh?  We hyped each other and hyped and hyped.  The rest except for one, retaliated like we were invading Vietnam back in the 70's. 

    And that box with the three Bankers had 11 naturals out of 16 hands.  2 Panda 8s as well. 

    More to come with pictures.
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    Re: 6-01-2019 Shoe. Absolutely Classic. A Work of Art!
    « Reply #1 on: June 04, 2019, 04:07:29 am »
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  • Fortune 7 Won: I think it was hand 57 as we stopped playing at 59 or 60 and cashed out and left.



    The Asian Lady I made reference to in the past.  She is a great player, simply one of the best I have ever come across, until her husband and other members of her fan club sit down and they order beer, she does not drink, the rest of them do and they get crazy, each and every time.  So very sad!  They are young, in their late 20's, but she is extremely mature for her age, the others are not.  We have won great sitting next to each other or signalling across the entire table what to wager on and why.  She said wager the F-7 on this one, otherwise i would not have, she seen something coming.

    I was in Seat #1, with a $70.00 wager and she had an $85.00 wager on it.



    Three Card 8-9 wager, love it, almost every shoe, if not every other one.  Best wager in the entire game of bac!  Seriously! 

    Player had 5, Banker had zero, Asian Lady pulls a 4 and she looks at me, says---Glen, time for a Snowman!  I said I will try.  I look, three side!  I did not see the number on the corner, it is at least a 6, I look more, at least a seven.  I put the card down, I yell to her, 7 or 8.  She gets up and screams as loud as she could that she wants an 8.  I slam it down, it was that beautiful 8 you see on the 3rd card for the Banker.  F***ing Nice!  I had table max on it, $20.00, I also wagered $25 on the P8 wager and $30 on the F7 wager, and I went Banker with $300.00 that I lost as well.  Nice $4,000.00 win though!




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    Re: 6-01-2019 Shoe. Absolutely Classic. A Work of Art!
    « Reply #2 on: June 04, 2019, 04:23:42 am »
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  • More of Saturday Night. 

    Making the box I wrote about, love those Boxes!  Nothing better when it is strong, especially in the beginning without ties or possibly only 1 tie.  No ties or low ties, stay strong or extremely weak with a definable pattern/trend as it is being presented, very very frequently.  Huge advantage to the experienced player recognizing it.  This is where clear conscious frame of mind comes into play!



    More of THE BOX!  Love it!  Classic.  No ties!  The classic, make the box and cut and we played it that way.  We matched the presentments of the shoe, and most definitely we were not wagering for the show to change up.  Huge difference guys!


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    Baccarat, actually a mixture of Watergate, attacking the Gotti Family and the famous ear biting Tyson fight leading to disqualification and a near riot.  Bac has all that more.
     
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    Re: 6-01-2019 Shoe. Absolutely Classic. A Work of Art!
    « Reply #3 on: June 04, 2019, 04:27:45 am »
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    My Blog within BetSelection Board: https://betselection.cc/alrelax's-blog/

    Played well over 27,694 shoes of baccarat since I started playing at B&M USA casinos.

    "Don't say it's a winning hand until you are getting paid for it".

    Played numerous properties in Las Vegas, Reno, Southern California, Atlantic City, Connecticut, South Florida, The South/Southeast as well as most areas of The Midwest.

    Baccarat, actually a mixture of Watergate, attacking the Gotti Family and the famous ear biting Tyson fight leading to disqualification and a near riot.  Bac has all that more.
     
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    Re: 6-01-2019 Shoe. Absolutely Classic. A Work of Art!
    « Reply #4 on: June 04, 2019, 04:31:02 am »
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  • Panda City!  6 Pandas before we stopped, I think when we cashed out and went back to say bye to everyone, there was 7 Panda 8s total. 

    We did not regret leaving, the end of the shoe after hand 60, was awfully hard to play anyway, IMO. 



    The PANDA 8's in a row!  Back to Back to Back.  Two other P-8s sideways, next to each other.  This is what happens when no ties or extremely low ties and lots of naturals all clumping together.  Those are the money shoes. 
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    Re: 6-01-2019 Shoe. Absolutely Classic. A Work of Art!
    « Reply #5 on: June 04, 2019, 05:15:17 am »
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  • I wanted to get these pictures posted, I have more to add about the shoe.  By the way, the shoe up to hand 60 took nearly 3 hours.

    I am dead tired and my eyes are blurring.  It is nearly 1 AM.  Stayed up since 11 PM to download, post and get these up. Been on my feet all day at my restaurant.  Up since 5:30 AM.  Time to sleep now.

    I will try to finish it up tomorrow, I mean later today, LOL. 
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    Re: 6-01-2019 Shoe. Absolutely Classic. A Work of Art!
    « Reply #6 on: June 04, 2019, 04:17:52 pm »
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  • I was playing this shoe with 2 others that i really admire in many ways.  The table was really full plus a couple of back bettors and quite a few family members as well.  It was late, real late when we got to the casino. 

    That Asian Lady I have been mentioning in my posts is a suburb player in so many ways.  Patient most times (although she has her hyper have to get my lost money back fits at times) she is a pretty cool player.  She has a keen eye for the most parts with her side bets or side wagers, whatever you all label them.  We have done extremely well together.  She will usually stay too long and begin to get way over confident, the exact same way I used to be in my earlier days.  But I reserve and remove all my side wagered wins from the table these days.  Those are pocketed and forgotten about almost immediately.  Very important!

    There was a guy there that is a great player.  Comes with $3,000.00 as a norm.  Buys in with $500 or $1,000 at a time.  Generally wins and leaves after 5 to 10 parlays no matter if her wins or losses.  Never goes to the ATM, cash checks or calls for additional money to be brought to the casino like most players these days continually do. 

    He likes not one thing.  Cuts, chops, streaks, 1s or 2s, naturals effecting the next hand, etc., etc.  He will generally do a $300 or $400 wager and then parlay it once and parlay the same thing twice, before backing down once again.   We both seen and felt the Players in the beginning of this shoe.  We hit most of the first 7 straight down.  He wagered on the first one, waited on the second one, bet the Banker on the third one and then hit 2 of the Players continuing ones after the 4th one for two parlays.  I hit most of them, I switched to Banker once but immediately back to Players.   Everyone else was hyped, large wagers and lost all their buy ins and continued to buy in again and again, continuing on the Bankers side, especially on the 4th through the 7th Player win. 

    This could have been a rock and roll table, and I mean that will all sincerity, but these people these days just will not concentrate and realize it is about taking money from the casino and not showing how smart you are or banging out another person on the opposite side, etc. 

    As son as it switched to the Banker, almost all were on it and attempting to recoup thousands each one of them lost.  I was on the Players side.  I loved the Banker and thought the Banker would do the classic old school straight down, side by side to the Players.  I won the second Banker and the third Banker.

    Three Natural Bankers, side by side to the three Natural Players.  Classic. I lost the last Banker of course.  Then the Player started again. The whole table took a break.  Some went to the restroom and some went to get something to drink.  Everyone was really tired, no doubt about it.  There was a couple of big time arguments with two of the guys at the table and their wives standing there screaming at them to leave.  I talked to the guy I like playing bac with and he said he would wager the Players side straight down to do a box. 

    When everyone got back to the table, and yes, most of us will hold up the game and wait for people that specifically said they were coming back and do not play, etc.  This is a Macau style game and it is slow, real slow.  Shoes with a full table are never ever under 2 hours on their fastest days.  I wagered on the Players side and take max of $160.00 on the Panda 8 and the Panda 8 came out for the 2nd time right then.  3 with a 5 as the third card on top and the Bankers had 3 monkeys.   I rode it all the way down until it made the box.  Then I wagered on the Bankers and almost everyone stayed on Players.  It made the Banker.

    Then the guy and me played the chop twice for the three times it did just that.  I got messed up, lost my concentration and frame of mind totally, after the 4 Bankers came out and the double Banker.  I stuck on the double Banker for additional Banks and should have waited.  I knew it but I did not.  Greed or whatever, overcame me and spun me around.  I started wagering too many hands.  Then the guy did great on all the chops with the longest section of chops appearing in the shoe, he caught them all, all  5 of them with $500, $1,000, $2,000 and $4,000.  The five one, which was the first of the 3 Panda 8s, he did wager $2,500 on the Player with the $160 on the P8 side wager.  he won and stopped playing.  I lost the 4 chops there.  I won large wagers for those 3 Players where the 3 back to back Panda 8s came out as well. 

    What I failed to do was really wager heavy consistently without the support of the rest of them.  I get mad at myself for that.  Do not get me wrong, made great money on this shoe, real good money, but if the camaraderie stuck and stayed with us all, this would have been a killer shoe against the casino.  Just too many players these days are shooting for the hero-ship and the drama of knocking others out.  Why?  I have no idea really why.  I thought it was about making money, not losing it or breaking even or just a little bit. 

    I found myself wagering larger on the bets when the others were all in concert or at least most of them, rather than being the lone player on one side with a substantial wager of say over $1,000.00 or in comparison with what the others had out there.


    My Blog within BetSelection Board: https://betselection.cc/alrelax's-blog/

    Played well over 27,694 shoes of baccarat since I started playing at B&M USA casinos.

    "Don't say it's a winning hand until you are getting paid for it".

    Played numerous properties in Las Vegas, Reno, Southern California, Atlantic City, Connecticut, South Florida, The South/Southeast as well as most areas of The Midwest.

    Baccarat, actually a mixture of Watergate, attacking the Gotti Family and the famous ear biting Tyson fight leading to disqualification and a near riot.  Bac has all that more.
     
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