At the baccarat table be careful, and here is an explanation I came up with that some of you might be interested in.
This fits so well into the baccarat and gambling forum discussion fields, mostly within brick-and-mortar casinos. The OJ Simpson trial. We all remember that. Right after Rosa Lopez finishes her taped testimony a week after her first appearance, where she maintains that she saw the Ford Bronco belonging to OJ Simpson after 10 p.m. at the residence. We never see Rosa Lopez again in the courtroom. Well low and behold that tape never made its way into evidence as presented by the defense. Have you ever wondered why? Judge Ito chastises the defense for the late discovery of the tape they say never existed earlier, but miraculously and eventually did suddenly exist. Judge Ito fines Carl Douglas and Johnnie Cochran, two of the defense attorneys both $950 each.
The defense controlled the courtroom and maintained an ability to interpret the prosecutors presentment of the case to the jury. And Judge Ito allowed it to happen which gave the advantage to the defense. Yes the defense did win but this trial absolutely portrays the defense and the prosecution playing their own game with their own advantages, that they believe each had the same 50--50 shot at.
As the casino and the people wagering the money to each win no difference. Mark Fuhrman the former LAPD detective, that was on the case says the following. "This was a giant stage and everyone was an actor playing in here and they each knew or wanted to save the value which they all knew would be long-term range effects with either a successful prosecution or a successful defense. They were all actors for an audition and everyone can not have the leading role. But everybody was competing for that leading role, each and every one of them".
Think about it, no darn difference at the baccarat table by the newbies as well as the established players. Day after day month after month. Be careful out there don't fall prey to the casino because the majority of everything you read on the internet will not work, you have to know what will and what can not happen, what might happen what does happen and what most likely cannot happen. It's a mix of everything and it takes time to learn and no system and nobody's thread that tested 200 or 500 or 2,000 shoes will give you the answer how to beat the casino.
Who controls what? Who tries to control? How do they control? What is the reason for the attempted control? And can baccarat be controlled? There are numerous other questions about control, the leading role, its advantages or disadvantages, Etc.
Just something to think about for your ability to capitalize on the sections within those turning points, that can allow you to profit extremely well!