BetSelection.cc

Please login or register.

Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Messages - AsymBacGuy

Pages: Prev 1 ... 43 44 45 46 47 [48] 49 Next
706
Baccarat Forum / Re: I sat down to write a book
« on: October 26, 2014, 10:42:37 pm »
I really like when someone wants to write down his/her ideas on gambling topic.

All the best for your efforts, Lung!  ^-^

as

707
Baccarat Forum / Re: Ride the Waves
« on: October 26, 2014, 10:39:04 pm »
Score this on your own.

P B P B PPP B P B PP B P B PPP B P B


I'm just asking what should be in your opinion the perfect counter sequence of the one shown above.

as.



 

708
Baccarat Forum / Re: Ride the Waves
« on: October 25, 2014, 08:51:44 pm »
Ok.

So if we assign a +1 value to streaks (chance repeat) and -1 to chops (chance shift) at roulette we'll surely have a long term zero total sum.

As roulette is a perfectly 50/50 game, my opinion suggests we'll never have a detectable profitable stepping toward one side or another, because any bet will be balanced by a counter event.

At baccarat things are slightly different.
For example, why betting toward the 4+ streak sequence at player side knowing that longer streaks are less likely than streaks of lower category?

Anyway, what's interesting in this post is the idea that we could get some kind of hint after having studied certain paces of the game.

The only thing, imho, which might lead to a flat betting winning method.

as

 

709

Mathematically each sequence is suppose to occur once every 60 hands, be aware it doesn't always work out like this.


I guess each sequence mathematically occuring once every 64 hands.

Statistically and obviously itlr some sequences will finally show up at higher or lesser frequency, hence I'd prefer to bet that PPPP will be more in silence than, for example the perfect "counterpart" BBBB.

Anyway, it's interesting stuff.

as.



 

 

 

710
' as any repeated pattern of chance events continues, its reversal becomes progressively imminent".[/b]
 

I like this statement providing to add the word "rare", so now looking like this:

as any repeated pattern of RARE chance events continues, its reversal becomes progressively imminent

as.


711
Gambling Philosophy / Re: Casino games, battleground or no?
« on: September 20, 2014, 10:13:30 pm »
But in Baccarat there is never any edge, it is a money game. 

LOL.



as.

712
Gambling Philosophy / Re: DEVIATION or BALANCE?
« on: September 20, 2014, 10:09:19 pm »
For once, I agree with my beloved buddy Rolex.  :)

Deviation is the norm, balance is the exception.

Other than what the common experience dictates, many brilliant works demonstrated it.
Anyway, imho, roulette is totally unbeatable.


as.   

 

713
Baccarat Forum / Re: Anticipation
« on: September 09, 2014, 12:23:11 am »
Hi rouletta.

To constantly win at baccarat we must study and register what happens in the long run because things aren't proportionally placed (the 50.68-49.32 probability is a long term finding)

At roulette we cannot benefit of this luxury, any spin is totally independent from the previous one and long term results confirm this (any hand follows its mathematical expectancy).

Imo at roulette the only thing we can do, other than staying very far from it, is trying to get an advantage on small betting cycles, that is to admit that some spins' sequences are not perfectly random produced.
In a word, betting that some observed events will be more likely in the close future than their counterpart not having show up so far. That is preferring to bet on what just happened opposed to chase what never happened. Well knowing that in the long run everything will be perfectly balanced.
Adopting this line of thought, your super limited observations seem to be somewhat interesting.

as.       
     



 




 


714
Baccarat Forum / Re: Anticipation
« on: September 08, 2014, 09:23:52 pm »
gr8player, I'm wondering what we could do sharing our ideas...  :thumbsup:


as.




 

715
Baccarat Forum / Re: Anticipation
« on: September 05, 2014, 08:32:27 pm »
Interesting post.


as. 


716
Practically, your system dictates that the ">4->4->4" streaks' sequence will show up in a  proportionally smaller amount than the other 7 occurences.
More precisely, it seems you think that the sequence >4 - >4 - 4 is more prevalent than the counterpart >4->4->4, because it's the spot you bet the most.

Even if it's true that over the long run 4 streaks are slight more prevalent than superior streaks, 3-term negative consecutive sequences will give you hard times.

I'm asking if for "no betting back to back on the same table" you mean you make just a single bet per each shoe.

as. 

         








717
Baccarat Forum / Re: Simple Baccarat Strategy
« on: August 18, 2014, 11:58:25 pm »
I bet towards chopping Asym ---And the way I read this its not betting on Banker streaks , just Player streaks.....To me it's a cool play if playing with a partner.. (I love partner play but it's like marriage difficult to do :) ))...both guys should win but if my style is in a temporary lull this would cover a bit of hurt

Hi Tomla!
 
I took your interesting point about  "partners" play...  :)
 
as.         
 
 

718
Baccarat Forum / Re: Simple Baccarat Strategy
« on: August 18, 2014, 09:28:48 pm »
Practically the system dictates to bet toward the streaks' formation on both sides. Specifically, the 2+ streak Banker formation and the x streak P formation.
 
According to long statistical findings, this is one of the worst bet selection a player can make since the most common outcome, as already stated above and elsewhere, is the chopping mood, even on the Banker side.
 
Nevertheless, imo the idea is somewhat interesting about other features.
 
as.   
 
 
 
 
 
     
 
 

719
Baccarat Forum / Re: EXTREME
« on: June 04, 2014, 10:10:38 pm »
Bingo!
 
Despite we are using more complicated classifications, this is-more or less-the philosophy to beat the game.
No jokes.
 
 
as.

720
Baccarat Forum / Re: Maybe something of interest here
« on: May 09, 2014, 08:54:59 pm »
My opinion is that, although data derived from coin tossing studies might indeed have relevance to baccarat results, attempting to design a winning system based on trending (of which this approach is a variation) is an exercise in futility.  There is more concrete and practical data describing frequency of occurrence of the various strings or streaks (1's, 2's, 3's etc). Perhaps some sort of mechanical pattern capturing method combined with an effective money management approach to overcome the inevitable losses (from periodically occurring known nemesis sequences) might be the best approach to winning at baccarat. However, to win that way would require enormous focus, discipline and patience which most players are unable or unwilling to commit to the game.

Many baccarat players should print and hang up to the wall this post.
 
as. 

Pages: Prev 1 ... 43 44 45 46 47 [48] 49 Next