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    Default "5-Display Pattern" of Banker/Player on Table Baccarat

    Hi guys! I'm a NEWBIE here! Me and wife was introduced to the game of baccarat 3 years ago. We've been hooked on this game since then. We're playing baccarat to de-stress, to escape from the stresses of life.

    When I read this forum, I got excited because it is like having a "University of Baccarat" where we can polish our skills of the game. We are ranking ourselves as beginners. We are enjoying the game so much (win or lose) that we are planning to do this just like an 8 hour job. Just like you guys, we believe of this game's income potential.

    Three hours ago, we played in one of the casinos in Manila. We
    won a substantial amount but the real issue is, this casino uses a "display" where five (5) different patterns are projected on the computer screen (not included is the scorecard of the dealer) simultaneously. So basically, you will be looking at six (6) different patterns of Banker/Player. The dealer told us that this display is also being used in Macau. Yes we won but was it beginner's luck or we have decoded something. What we did, we analyzed all possible patterns on the display, then we bet on the side with the highest ratio. Example, 3 patterns for the Banker versus 2 patterns for the Player, so the safest bet is on the Banker. It worked today but I'm not sure if it will work tomorrow or the following days.

    Just need advise on this while I'm still waiting for the confirmation of my account with Paypal so I can be a legit member of the private forum.

    Thanks,

    BK

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    Default Re: "5-Display Pattern" of Banker/Player on Table Baccarat

    Hi BK, I would need to know more about this display to give you an enlightened answer. One of our players, Anthony, recently played Macau. Maybe he could give me a more complete discription or perhaps you could youself. I apologize that I'm not familiar with this display. Hmm, thought I'd seen everything.

    A group of our players recently played using the best of 3 "bases" we call them. While they also happened to do very well I had to advise them that I could see no mathematical advantage in that style of play.

    On the other hand, for "passtime" playing what is the worst that could happen if you flat bet your method?

    However once you ARE private members, we will teach you methods that DO have a mathematical advantage.
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    Hi ECD! I played again on that same casino in Manila. Same result. I used again the "best of 3-bases." I will send you an email and show you the display they are using here and in Macau. It is very intriguing because they are using a computerize system of pattern on a table game. It is hard to explain here without any diagram or figure.

    Another, is it ok if I play on the same venue every day / every night? The table (venue) is still hot. What will be the disadvantage/s of doing this? Also, one of my problems as a player is I do not know when to bet big? Is there a certain rule on this matter?

    Thanks,

    BK

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    Hello ECD! Finally, I am now a new member of your private forum.

    As a NEWBIE, I was shocked as to how huge the private forum is. Lots of infos to be read. Good thing I was able to read some threads about what system to use for beginners. Last Monday, September 28, I was able to log in on our private forum and read the manual of U2HiSAP. The next day, September 29, I went to Sofitel Philippine Plaza to play baccarat using the U2HiSAP system. I played two shoes and I both stopped at +13 (as per the manual).

    I sent my two table games on your email for your reference coz I do not know whom to ask if I am doing the right thing or not.

    Also, I am preparing the diagram of the 5-display pattern (toteboard) they are using here in my country and in Macau.

    I will keep you posted.

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    Default Re: "5-Display Pattern" of Banker/Player on Table Baccarat

    BK, welcome to the group! I was out on a casino trip with a few of the guys when you joined and just got back. It was a great trip and please read my trip report on the SKOR test shoe thread. 5 went, 5 won! PJ won 21 out of 21shoes. Very few outsiders can match that. But I've got a feeling you'll be doing the same thing very soon.

    You started with one of the more complex systems but obviosly you got it down pat VERY quickly. Congrats on your early win. We tell people they'll win their money back right away but you might be a new record! Very well done!

    Why don't you join us over on the SKOR threads. It's all laid out so beginners can pick it up quickly. See you there and glad to have you! Yep, the private forum is massive. People have no idea. You'll pick up the navigation quickly though.
    Last edited by E. Clifton Davis; 10-01-2009 at 05:25 AM.
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