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Roulette Forum / Re: Kimo Li roulette foundation numbers
« on: August 07, 2019, 11:45:58 pm »
Are these numbers for the single 0  or double 00 wheel?

Baccarat Forum / Re: After too many years
« on: July 21, 2019, 12:36:05 am »
As has been said many times before, anyone can beat roulette, baccarat or Sic Bo or blackjack or craps in the long run........you just need a very large bankroll and a very conservative money management plan to handle the eventual large downswings in you bankroll.

As a simple example, assume the most you will lose flat betting in a shoe is 8 units, and your profit objective for a shoe is 5 units, then you can use a money management plan  of:

11111111 11111111 11111111 11111111 11111111 (  you lose all 40 bets )

22222 22222 22222 22222 ( you win all 20 bets  )

You lost 40 units ( in 5 shoes or a net loss of 40 units over many shoes flat betting 1 unit a bet)  so then bet  2 units a bet . winning 10 units a shoe over 4 shoes = 40 units so now you are even ) less banker commission)

You lost 40 bets and won 20 bets so you won 20/60 bets so you broke even only winning 33 % of your bets.

This is of course a very simple example, but you get the general idea.

Of course if you bet using  an aggressive negative progression , then you need a very,  very, very large bankroll to handle the very, very, very  large down swings.

General Discussion / Re: Being a VRTech Test pilot.
« on: July 21, 2019, 12:17:11 am »
Do you have an app for a double zero wheel?

Also I think I know how you can use this in an American casino which has the "Stadium - Fusion"
roulette, baccarat and blackjack games which use a live dealer and you enter your bets using a computer terminal.

If you need more info, let me know.

General Casino Forum / Re: Cambodia to become the new mini Macau
« on: July 20, 2019, 12:17:37 am »
Some of you may have seen this video, but in case you have not, and you  think you are a high rolling big bettor, this short video   
may prove that you really are not that big of a bettor.

Check out her chip stack.

Do you think this can be applied to the Player and Banker decisions in Baccarat?

Bally's Blog / Re: Bricklayers' Wall meets VDW AP
« on: May 23, 2019, 10:51:45 pm »
  Thanx for the update.  Below is an old post of yours ....could you give and example of how you determined the W or L for 2nd's and 3rd's......seems like all the numbers were black.

"would like to share the idea of 2nd's + 3rd's here.
There is an Excel sheet at the bottom with an example using Black/Red and Low/High.
I will use the Black numbers in the sheet to give an example....
What I am tracking for is to see if a Black number goes to 2 hits and then goes on to 3 hits.
There are 6 consecutive black numbers there and so I put a W for both the 2nd's and the 3rd's.
The next black numbers....

Now there are only 2 black numbers there. So I put a W in the 2nd's and an L in the 3rd's.
Next up...
Only 1 black number there. So an L goes in the 2nd's and I can't put anything in the 3rd's.
Next up...
2 black numbers. So a W in the 2nd's and an L in the 3rd's.
What I am playing close attention at is the W's and L's in the 2nd's + 3rd's.
It's possible to get a run of L's in the 2nd's.....BUT.....a run of W's in the 3rd's. This would happen if you got runs of just either 1 black and runs of 3+ blacks.
Charting all three E.C's (Black/Red, Low/High, Odd/Even) is the way to go.
A tracker would do the job OR you could just skip a spin or two in a B+M casino to give you time to track everything.
Of course....you could track 2nd's, 3rd's + 4th's and even use this idea for dozens and columns.
It is just another way to look for betting the W's OR L's depending on what's happening in the 2nd's and 3rd's."

Bally's Blog / Re: Bricklayers' Wall meets VDW AP
« on: May 23, 2019, 01:24:57 am »
If I understand this correctly and you make it to the top row of 4  4   8 and you lose all 3 bets, you will lose 16 units which can wipe out all your previous profits.

Bally's Blog / Re: Bricklayers' Wall meets VDW AP
« on: May 22, 2019, 10:15:59 pm »
Can you post option 2 and option 3 as the author described?  ...unfortunately the book is out of print.

Real-World Casino Action / Re: Don't criticize.
« on: May 16, 2019, 04:22:41 am »
Isn't the odds of picking one ball out of 128 balls   127 to 1 instead of 128 to 1 ?

General Discussion / Re: Who says you can't beat the horses?
« on: May 13, 2019, 01:57:07 am »

Here is another gambler who has won millions....... and probably no one has ever heard of :


Baccarat Forum / Re: "Stadium" baccarat in casino...computer driven
« on: May 12, 2019, 04:28:22 pm »
1.If the game is rigged, why are they rigging it just against you ?.....were there any other customers playing at the same time you were playing...............and if there were, and they were betting more than you, why didn't they rig the game against them and not you since they were betting more than you?

2. Next time you go to that casino, stand next to the dealer for a few minutes and see if they are dealing the card out of the shoe correctly...to rig the game, the shuffle machine has to be connected to a wi-fi to all the betting terminals to see who is betting the net amount  on Banker or Player and then select the correct card out of the shoe to ensure that the casino wins......for example if the total bet on Player is $ 1500 and the total bet on banker is $4000, the shuffle machine will ensure that the Banker loses the hand so the casino wins the difference of $ 2500

3. If this is a Non Tribal casino, they can lose their State Gaming License if they are caught so it doesn't make too much sense to cheat when they can win their 1.3% advantage anyway at baccarat in the long run. 

But if it is a small Tribal ( Indian) casino, then there may be more chance of something illegal happening........but the only way to cheat is for the manufacturer of the shuffle machine  to actually code software which is running the shuffler to communicate with the betting terminals and then write code to somehow change the order of the cards in the shoe so that the card needed to win for the casino is selected......and then if caught,  the manufacturer would find itself liable for civil and criminal lawsuits in  addition to going bankrupt....and the manufacturer would have to be getting a cut of the illegal profits since they would not write the code for free.......so it all seems pretty unlikely.

4.In spite of what you read on this or other forums about high $$$$ winnings and high percentage winning bets,  in the game of baccarat, losses of 7,8,9,10 or 12 hands in a row ( in the same shoe or 2 consecutive shoes ) unfortunately occur periodically...and if someone disagrees with this, they are delusional and should immediately seek out a mental health professional.

Baccarat Forum / Re: i found a website for prediction.
« on: May 08, 2019, 09:33:59 pm »
Watch out for a virus.

Baccarat Forum / Re: STAR PROGRESSION
« on: April 20, 2019, 11:08:49 pm »
On page 30 it states you need a total bankroll of 200 times your base bet...........so if you are betting only a small base bet of $ 25 in baccarat, you will need a total bankroll of 200 x $ 25 -= $ 5,000.

If your base baccarat bet is $ 100, you will need a total bankroll of $ 20,000.

Looks like you will need a lot of $$$$$$$ to play the method if you play baccarat...........

Method might be good if you play roulette online where you can use a $ 1 base bet and use a total bankroll of  only $ 200.

Money Management / Re: Oscar's Grind Test....+50/-20.
« on: March 27, 2019, 12:56:16 pm »
"Starting with a $5 unit on the DP and no odds, the run ended +15K, or 3,000 units after 55K rolls.  Highest bet was 460 units, or $2,300 "

That's the problem with a lot of these martingale/progression  etc etc etc etc systems......       .you eventually are faced with a really bad run of losing bets and you have to bet $ 2000 or $ 2300 etc etc to win $5 or $ 10..........which is still basically a 50-50 coin flip to bet $ 2300 in order to win $ 5

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