Reference what CT70 said above:
I don't think it's a point of knowing how to win, I think it's more of a point of understanding how to win or understanding what winning is about.
But I understand that you also have to understand losing. Because you cannot win without losing. Experienced players, without inventing or trying to imagine a system in a series of scheduled wagers and they ignore everything else going on so mechanically wagering according to a schedule and turning that into a material item to sell is something I don't endorse or engage in.
As well, time is your greatest enemy in the casino and being able to apply what you know and feel and desire to wager upon and not being deviated from that in any way, shape or form. Time will do that in any and all sessions, taking away your advantage of winning and being able to hold your winnings or be able to capitalize on your winnings. Two totally different and very vital things in a person's play. Personally I do think writing a book or publication or writing on forums to be a sort of self rationalization and time-consuming hobby that helps people understand themselves and communicate with others. The problem is the drama, the ridicule and the humiliation others bring into it, therefore the fights and the arguments start and turn most forums into wrestling rinks.
But there are publications out there in every field that have been written by authors that have experienced through an extensive period of time within the same subject and desired to express themselves for many reasons.
As far as a casino getting a hold of the publications and reading them and changing their games, I don't think it'll ever happen in the game of Baccarat. It might have happened with Blackjack and counting cards but that's an entirely different subject that was exposed in many different ways through many different media channels. The way the games are today in the casino there is no way a publication is going to change the way that they are dealt and offered.