Shoe from last night.
Once again and frequently we have found that LOW TIES 0-1-2-3 or (4 ties late in the shoe even) will produce grouping up/clumping and sticking with the presentments whatever the shoe was producing, even if that is weak. Just LOW TIES is the best indicator of continued presentments. DOES NOT mean that those presentments will be long streaks or continued chops, just repetitive grouping of whatever the shoe was producing. Which is evident once again, with the picture I just posted from last night.
Exploiting what was happening. That is the key trigger. Not having a set or scheduled key trigger that almost all forum readers and members are searching for. Good luck, you will never ever find that. But there are so many other great exploitable key triggers, IMO.
Also, so many say there is a flow. A flow of what? Wishful thinking. The exploitables and the best wagers are shoe presentment specific, without being mechanical and scheduled in nature. Because once again, what you win at in one shoe or even a Section of a shoe, you will lose the same or greater if you continue to follow just that. Period. A fact and reality to the 100th degree! To win with a decent profit, you must employ positive progressions with your wins. Some type of win Money Management Method as well as be totally conscious of and abide by your own Level & Plateau adherence with wagering, stopping and other actions.
You must have your buy-in as risk capital. Listen, it is simple and gambling is no different. Say you have a retail store. You buy inventory and it sits and does not sell and produce profit the way you thought. You invested almost all or all your capital funds to purchase that inventory. Your expenses, store rent, utilities, phone, advertising, personnel, taxes, permit fees, etc., etc., all are still going to come due. Each and every one of them and you will not have capital to pay them. Same as making wrong wagers without a bank roll to draw down from. No different.
Your buy-in MUST be risk capital. And your buy-in must be a portion of your bank roll allowing you numerous times to capitalize and replenish your bank roll. But do not fall into the rut of over building, false promising yourself riches and EZ living, and so many other things that will outweigh Sections and Turning Points of a few shoes. That is why positive progression is absolutely mandatory and required. My 1/3rd, 1/3rd 1/3rd Money Management Method will take care of the rest with all your winning sessions, if you can control yourself with your time played and the application of my Money Management Method.
Back to the shoe.
We wagered heavy on that 2nd Player on Hand 15, and it was a Natural 9 over a Banker Natural 8.
We all wagered heavy, most parlayed or even tripled for the 3rd Player on Hand 16. We cut down on Hand 17 and on Hand 18 we all went extremely heavy. Some pulled down for Hand 19, but most stayed heavy.
We had an absolute field day when Hand 29 produced the 4 Players with three of them being naturals. Every Banker hand following that, won by only 1 point except for the 2 naturals. The next 5 Players ,every 3rd card increased the Player count to a total of 8 or 9, 4 times out of the 5 hands. Almost every hand for the Players side started with a 1 or a 2 and their third card was a 6 or a 7, while the Bankers had a 7 a couple of times or else a zero and flopped a face card or a 5 or less, even a 6. We also caught plenty of the 1s and 2s, strictly based on the Low Ties causing what it normally does, as well as each Section never having greater than 2 chops. We do not care or take into consideration what can or might or has happened in the past. If you do, you will NOT be playing/wagering with the presentments as they are happening and simply, being presented.