Here is an idea if you would like to eliminate someone holding a large amount of actual money as a

bankroll.

Just create a "virtual" bankroll and adjust the virtual bankroll after each playing session.

For example, assume you create a "virtual" bankroll of $ 100,000 where there is no actual money in the bankroll.

Assume you have 3 players who will play on the same day. It is agreed by all 3 players that each Player will risk 5 % of the virtual bankroll during the session, so each player will bring $ 5,000

of his own money to bet and bet $ 100 a unit.

Then after the session is over, all 3 players meet and discuss the results which are :

Player #1 wins $ 6000

Player #2 wins $ 1000

Player #3 loses $ 4000

These are all

cash winnings and lossesSo the net result is a win of $ 3000 real cash, so each player's share is $ 1000 in real cash.

Player # 1 gives $5000, to Player # 3

Plater # 2 keeps his $ 1000 winnings and doesn't owe anyone anything.

Player #3 loses $ 4000 but gets the $ 5000 from Player #1 which give him his $ 1000 so all 3 Players get

$ 1000.

Now your "virtual" bankroll is $103,000 and next session you can have each player buy in for

5% x %103,000 = $ 5,150 and possibly increase your unit bet size to possible $ 110 a unit.

Of course you have to trust all your fellow players to be telling the truth......for example a player can actually win $ 4000 but changes his score card to show a win of only $ 500 and keeps the $ 3500 difference , or he can show a loss of $ 1000 when he actually won $5000 and keep the $ 6000 difference.

Remember there are 3 human weaknesses in all human beings, money, sex and power....so unfortunately you basically can't trust anyone.

During the old days of baccarat teams, you never could be sure who is ripping you off.

However, creating a virtual bank will eliminate the need for someone to hold large amounts of cash and avoid these types of situations:

https://spotcrime.com/NV/Las%20Vegas/daily-archive/2020-09-21