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Baccarat Forum / That's a Cold Piece - Baccarat Edition
« on: April 22, 2018, 06:46:00 pm »
Talk about a way to jinx yourself.  He might have some karma coming up.

Switch to the original source:

New York Post:
Boyfriend took ex’s $500K casino winnings and ‘upgraded’: suit

Baccarat Forum / Re: What Do You Drink? - Baccarat Edition.
« on: April 12, 2018, 11:55:45 am »
Baccarat solved.

Actually, a very good piece from mainstream media.  The key like one of the last guys is to take as many as possible.

This is a very good review.  Another key is to be a bleeding edge test case for anything we can eat and drink because what could go wrong?

Baccarat Forum / Re: The First Rule About Baccarat Is...
« on: April 06, 2018, 06:22:39 am »
How you gonna grip grain in a plain Jane mani blue dunk if you ain't clippin' no racks?  Or in other words if two brothers out the music mecca of Tupelo Mississippi can do this, we can make some money in baccarat.

Baccarat Forum / Re: What Do You Drink? - Baccarat Edition.
« on: April 01, 2018, 06:06:07 pm »
This is what Red Bull is supposed to do.  Just grab one and stay balls deep in max risk.  :)).  Sounds like some conversations at the table.

Baccarat Forum / Re: What Do You Drink? - Baccarat Edition.
« on: April 01, 2018, 04:59:24 pm »
So much has to due with condition going into play.  If you are strung out on caffeine then another coffee drink or energy drink is not going to help.  Last night I was already like that and a large Red Bull did nothing not to mention that those 'buddies' didn't even have it at all cold.  If you are in a good condition and have power then your favorite drinks should have a much better result.

Also recommended to not try new cuisine before or during play.  Stick to what is in your wheelhouse.  And it is quite good to take a break before heading out.  Disco nap:

Best advice and for some being discussed here is that they should go to zero live play or some big ratio of training hours to live play like 10 hours to 1 hour.  You can acquire a whole set up for yourself including cards, chips, a baccarat shoe, and set up a space to practice.  There are multiple free apps that can generate scoring just like the house offers.

It also pays to go practice at a real house with no money or with very minimal size units.  You can learn a lot by this and observing the general environment.

- Play baccarat on-line which can be by yourself or others.
- Play with live cards by yourself or with others away from the real tables.
- Practice at a real house with no money or with very minimal size units.
- Other.

Baccarat Forum / Re: How long is the long run when you start losing ?
« on: March 31, 2018, 03:56:30 pm »
Any house worthwhile isn't going to restrict a player no matter how much they win.  They can limit bet size, and require minimums.  Yes, it is good to have big money from outside, so money is big inside, play tight, and zero's and win are relevant in our economy.

Mental and emotional condition

Zero Hedge
Visualizing The Relationship Between Money & Happiness

by Tyler Durden
Fri, 03/30/2018 - 22:15

No surprise on Thai people and many other cultures here.

Performance in play comes from no anchors.

If I had to do life all over again to date, and this would be a recommendation to any young people out there... Contain your possessions to this and be as liquid as possible in cash/ bankroll, metals, savings, investments, and income producing assets like commercial real estate and businesses - American Express charge card only and credit card(s) for REAL emergencies only or legitimate accounting:

2 pieces of Travelpro baby.  Oh stuff, I can't fit it in my Travelpro set.  My set is full.  Better not buy it and I will put the money to work in something.  In fact, I might pull a wild move and revert to this.  Take the best clothing you own, donate the rest, and throw away what is not of interest for donations.

Baccarat Forum / Re: What Do You Drink? - Baccarat Edition.
« on: March 31, 2018, 02:15:52 am »
Searched for what F1 drivers drink during and post race, and found very little.  Any links?

Also, tried this recently and thought it was good:

Kobe Bryant's Sports Drink Enters Octagon in UFC Deal
October 5, 2017, 6:00 AM PDT Corrected October 5, 2017, 8:07 AM PDT

Baccarat Forum / Keep it Cool - Baccarat Edition
« on: March 28, 2018, 01:04:31 pm »
Many baccarat players think too much.  They think too much on the inside and they bring in too much from the outside.   Do you recall thinking that hard when you had some of your best sessions?  NO.

Gotcha had it right.

Maybe car service for you two to meet him which will buy you time?

Rough travel to and from play can take away energy and put someone in a bad mindset.  I have had a couple times where I turned around and went home because the way there was a parking lot.  A non-player doesn't think most any of this matters.  Those that are in position to have private car service or to fly private do it for a reason.  Time is money, and they can concentrate on business, pleasure or rest while traveling.  They evaluate the cost of this which can actually be huge to the benefit, but there are levels.  A rock band, etc. might be living in their car, but if they make it big financially they will be flying or even flying private in the end with everything in between along the way.

For most players there is a drive involved to play.  If you live in a major metropolitan area there are times of day where the time required to travel to their house can double or triple.  These are typically rush hours times.  In a big city area, rush hour is literally most of the day until after 9:00 pm or later, and late night not too much different than rush hour.  So... whether it is for work or playing baccarat, location is a very important factor.

Getting prepared for a move that should be a plus independent of baccarat.   Residing less than 15 minutes away from the house at any time of day is a significant advantage IMO.  Ideally, I can score 5-10 minutes.  In addition, most people are spoiled pack rats that own way too much that they don't use.  Better parts of town for sure, but business/ play first.

Thank you.   I see limited time for preparing and training as a huge issue for many.

I'm going to take active steps for my own situation to change that.   I want to reside much closer to my house so that a 90 minute window becomes around 70 minutes of house time if I want.   This offers more opportunity to be in the house to train and by extension more opportunity to play without timing due to travel issues.  A 3 hour window is going to be 2 hours and 40 minutes, and actually going rather than 2 hours and a no go.

Wrong time of day around here buys a 1 hour ++ parking lot which is under 30 minutes at less opportune times.

I concur on pace of play and didn't see that at first until it was pointed out by alrelax.  I bumped this thread to show discussions on percentages, but there's more out there.  Always helpful for everyone to search.

Regarding on-line baccarat games, you really have to have multiple players in communication real time to test and verify that the outcomes are not being rigged in some way.  That is, a game can always select a play based on your bet to make it look like you are better than you are/ other variations, etc.

Regarding live card play away from the house, although it could be done in a live casino, I am very surprised there are not baccarat clubs where people get together to practice.  Real set up or close to it and sky is the limit on that.  Seems like a good approach to improve.

Maybe most players believe the only way to get better is through live play.

I don't believe this:

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