moglizy I believe that you can flat betting and you find a method.
But I had difficult to understand your method.
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(I should have bet again as the next number was also odd) but I lost my nerve!
Bias, to me is seeing it as it is happening, not wagering for it. As it happens, just say I was flat betting a few hands. It started. I won 3 hands straight and I now see the bias, whatever it might be. The correction, the abnormality, the curve, the rarity, whatever it is--does not matter one bit. (That is where so many, most all, players go wrong. They are trying to define and figure it out.)
So I won the 3 hands flat betting. Say I was at $150.00 a hand as an example. I am up $450.00 for that section. I will take the $450.00 and split it into 4 units of $110.00 each and use those 4 wagers of $110.00 for my (1 + 4 Side Parlay) wagering for the striking attempts. One successful (1 + 4 Side Parlay) will get me $3,520.00 if I am not mistaking. Yes, some of the wagers will have to be sacrificed, some flat bets and possibly one or more of the (1 + 4 Side Parlay) attempts. Progression and a continuance (1 + 4 Side Parlay) is a lot to ask to come out of. But when something is hitting, don't be scared, scared to win-scared to wager, IMO is the worst thing a player can subscribe to.
But as far as a striking, that is something along the lines as to what I would do. Rather than a planned attack. Planned attacks to me are extremely difficult and usually do not work out.
The following is an old post of mine as to my opinion as to how to beat the casino......there are probably other methods, but this is one I prefer
"Follow these 6 steps and you have a good long term chance of beating the casino at any game,...... dice, baccarat, sicbo etc
1. Select a bet size where by your bankroll will not run up against the table maximum when you use your money management methodology to recover from a drawdown.
2. Use a very conservative money management methodology where you can recover a significant drawdown without hitting the table maximum......for instance, play at
a $ 15 dollar minimum table and use a money management methodology such as
111111111111111 22222222 etc etc ....where you bet 1 unit, and if on any series of bets you are down 15 units, then bet 2 units until you are ahead 1 unit and then go back to betting 1 unit...there are of course many other methods you can use......but they must all be conservative.
3 Ensure that your bankroll can withstand a 100 unit drawdown flat betting
In the above example, your bankroll should be at least $ 1,500
( $ 15 bet size x 100 unit worst case drawdown = $ 1,500 )
4. Make sure that your bankroll is in real dollars, not some wet dream, and place the bankroll and all the accumulated future profits and losses in a separate place,,,,,,,,,such as a small portable safe.......walmart sells one for about $ 30.
5. Keep a spreadsheet of your beginning bankroll and all future profits and losses
6. You must have patience to follow your money management plan and not go on "tilt" like poker players who are on a losing streak.
Size your bets using your money management methodology so that you can eventually make up your drawdown even if it takes 3,4 or 5 sessions of betting.
Number 6 above, patience, is probably the most important......trying to make up a drawdown by raising your bets too large and too fast and neglecting your money management, methodology will probably ruin any chance or achieving profitability.
Also, if you are using a progression betting system ( like a labby, reverse labby, upside down labby, conservative martingale etc etc) , all the above gets much more complicated since you can easily lose 10 to 20 units in a bad shoe...and you will have numerous bad shoes.
Using a betting methodology where you can lose 10 to 20 units on a bad baccarat shoe requires a much more intense analysis of bet size and money management methodology versus flat betting.........and a very, very large bankroll.
The higher the risk, the higher the bankroll required.
So that's how you beat the casino...and maybe 1 out of 10,000 customers in a casino will follow all 6 steps."
I am going to the casino's more often now using parameters based on the probability "process".
It will become a full-time job. Will keep posting here from time to time.
Suggestion: Try adding 'sections/turning points' to your efforts.
To clarify, if you see a hand that you do not have confidence in, would you pass on that and wait for a better hand? Thanks.