I will interject here on behalf of the community, which I think is vitality important to the longevity of this board.
Two things and I will not go into detail about them here, but I will in a thread later today in the Baccarat section.
1) As I have said in many threads, there is no real relevance a gambler can use (except some background knowledge that is the same to actual experience without the limelight and 'ingrained' first hand live experience--so the gambler will not have 'what led the cards to do that with any real advantage, if one actually existed anyway) that can be used in real casino play that will actually, with any god ammunition, assist the gambler in real live play to win money--by knowing statistics as discussed within this thread or anything related as the author of Autobetic says.
2) As said, knowing statistics of a certain section (amount) of shoes and attempting to use those stats could be dangerous to your play. I would have to agree 100% with that and have stated the exact same thing. For, what happens at a casino, any casino, probably IMO, will not match those statistics for one simple elementary reason. And that is, you are playing a tiny small section of shoes that will have no real resemblance of what you have analyzed.
Moral of real thinking. You are attempting to figure why a tire on a car just blew out. OH, it was an 'object' that just punctured it. Fine, now that I know the reason, I won't take that road again and thus, I will avoid picking up debris that appears to be on that road and take a different route.
As far as what the author of Autobetic says about Money Management, yes another 100%, as Money Management is the only thing (tangible anyway) that will assist and allow the gambler to walk with a portion of the win money, if the gambler won money. But very important, the gambler is not given winning strategy because of Money Management--he is giving time at the casino table allowing him to continue making winning decisions with his funds to win more money.