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November 5th, 2022 at 11:08:40 AM permalink
So I thought I would make a video series on the Carsch system with these parameters betting Baccarat

Trigger: (PP) BBB-PPP-BB-PP
Trigger (BB)-PPP-BBB-PP-BB

10 Step Carsch Unit Progression (Standard Risk)
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1,1,2,3,4,6,9,14,21,32 (10 step loss 93 units)


8 Step Aggressive Carsch Progression (Higher Risk Greater Reward)
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1,2,4,7,11,17,26,40,61,93 (10 step loss 262 units)

Except for the first bet, 2 losses in a row moves you 1 step to the right.
1 win keeps you at the current step.
2 wins in a row resets you back to the beginning of the progression.

I walk away when 5 units are gained or when I lose on the last step of the progression.

Notes*
I will try to keep the videos under 10 mins (No one wants to sit through a 20-30+ minute video of a simulation lol)
I'm a rookie when it comes to making videos so bear with me in the beginning as I try to sharpen my skills.
I'm basically simulating walking up to a baccarat table, playing a clean shoe and walking away my results will always differ from anyone else's that's a fact.

First video will be up today. Enjoy!
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November 5th, 2022 at 11:09:58 AM permalink
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November 5th, 2022 at 11:58:49 AM permalink
There is no reason to expect BBB-PPP-BB-PP or PPP-BBB-PP-BB to perform better over time than BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB....

Sometimes P is a better bet than B based on the values of cards that have been removed from the shoe, but fixed betting patterns are useless in capitalizing on these opportunities.
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November 5th, 2022 at 12:02:50 PM permalink
Quote: JackSpade

There is no reason to expect BBB-PPP-BB-PP or PPP-BBB-PP-BB to perform better over time than BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB....

Sometimes P is a better bet than B based on the values of cards that have been removed from the shoe, but fixed betting patterns are useless in capitalizing on these opportunities.
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You're probably right but this is just to see how this holds up and how many times I get struck by lightning. My curiosity gets the best of me I can't help it.
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November 5th, 2022 at 12:44:24 PM permalink
As for the progression itself, I don't like the requirement of 2 wins in a row before resetting. A single win immediately after a raise is a success insofar as it moves the average amount wagered on wins up. (The only measure by which a progression or any variable bet sizing strategy will outperform flat betting is if the average amount wagered on wins is higher than the average amount wagered on losses.) When you are forced to keep betting in order to get 2 in a row, you risk nullifying your successful raise and incurring subsequent losses at higher bet sizes.
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November 5th, 2022 at 12:57:35 PM permalink
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As for the progression itself, I don't like the requirement of 2 wins in a row before resetting. A single win immediately after a raise is a success insofar as it moves the average amount wagered on wins up. (The only measure by which a progression or any variable bet sizing strategy will outperform flat betting is if the average amount wagered on wins is higher than the average amount wagered on losses.) When you are forced to keep betting in order to get 2 in a row, you risk nullifying your successful raise and incurring subsequent losses at higher bet sizes.
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True but if you don't get 2 wins in a row further down the progression, then you cant make up for the loss of the previous steps. You could get more aggressive with the steps themselves but then you're getting closer to a martingale which we all know will absolutely bury you.
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November 5th, 2022 at 2:06:09 PM permalink
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You could get more aggressive with the steps themselves but then you're getting closer to a martingale which we all know will absolutely bury you.
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I am reasonably sure there is a good chance of getting buried by any system that increases the bet after a loss.

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November 5th, 2022 at 2:06:12 PM permalink
If you're betting dozens in roulette where you have a 64% chance of winning each time, then it makes more sense to go for two in a row - though if the goal is to make up for multiple losses in a row, the progression would have to me more aggressive.

I think it's better to just accept that sometimes you will successfully complete a progression and still be down overall on it rather than try to recoup previous losses. Most of the time you will avoid adverse losing streaks and therefore show a profit after completing a progression. But sometimes you'll lose 11 in a row or 19 out of 20, and if the system you're playing causes you to lose your entire bankroll then it's worse than useless.
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November 5th, 2022 at 2:29:21 PM permalink
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I am reasonably sure there is a good chance of getting buried by any system that increases the bet after a loss.



Betting on banker with a starting bet of $25, increasing by $5 after any loss, would require a bet of $125 after 20 losses in a row. The odds of actually losing 20 banker bets in a row are 1,388,887:1. The typical baccarat player won't experience a losing streak that severe in a lifetime of playing the game. A few unlucky ones will, but that doesn't necessarily mean they will get "buried" by gradually raising from $25 to $125 if they are sufficiently bankrolled.
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November 5th, 2022 at 2:33:30 PM permalink
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I am reasonably sure there is a good chance of getting buried by any system that increases the bet after a loss.



Betting on banker with a starting bet of $25, increasing by $5 after any loss, would require a bet of $125 after 20 losses in a row. The odds of actually losing 20 banker bets in a row are 1,388,887:1. The typical baccarat player won't experience a losing streak that severe in a lifetime of playing the game. A few unlucky ones will, but that doesn't necessarily mean they will get "buried" by gradually raising from $25 to $125 if they are sufficiently bankrolled.
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At which point, you're... $1500 down, vs $500 flat?
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November 5th, 2022 at 2:37:30 PM permalink
Quote: JackSpade

If you're betting dozens in roulette where you have a 64% chance of winning each time, then it makes more sense to go for two in a row - though if the goal is to make up for multiple losses in a row, the progression would have to me more aggressive.

I think it's better to just accept that sometimes you will successfully complete a progression and still be down overall on it rather than try to recoup previous losses. Most of the time you will avoid adverse losing streaks and therefore show a profit after completing a progression. But sometimes you'll lose 11 in a row or 19 out of 20, and if the system you're playing causes you to lose your entire bankroll then it's worse than useless.
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Yes, and my question is: how often do you complete all the steps in a progression and lose/lose on the last step of the progression? And then, given the rarity of the big loss (losing on the last possible step of a progression), how many simulation trials does it take to be in the long run?
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November 5th, 2022 at 2:55:54 PM permalink
Well, ok maybe a controlled slow burial...lol
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November 5th, 2022 at 3:03:57 PM permalink
The minimum bet for Baccarat near me is $50 or $100, depending on the table. So I should budget $5K or $10K for this system? I like the idea of only betting for one shoe, but how much am I supposed to win? 5 hands? The table max is only $3K, so I can't do 32X bets on a $100 table. I'm sure other players can vouch for much higher table maxes where they live, like $15K or $25K or higher. Get on a $500 minimum table and take it up to $16K bets as a top bet. Win $2500 per shoe per day, but not every day.

Edit: If my bankroll should be 10X my session buy-in, I'll need a $50K or $100K bankroll for the $50 table or $100 table respectively.
The aggressive system needs about 3X that even, so $150K or $300K bankroll for the $50 or $100 table respectively, and a higher table max.

If I'm only winning 5 bets a day and I lose near 100 bets, I've just lost 20 days of bets.
If on the aggressive system, I lose 300 bets, I'm down 60 days of bets.
I'm not sold on this system because I've had so much terrible luck on these kinds of systems. I'll continue with my own systems.
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November 5th, 2022 at 3:11:03 PM permalink
Quote: ChumpChange

The minimum bet for Baccarat near me is $50 or $100, depending on the table. So I should budget $5K or $10K for this system? I like the idea of only betting for one shoe, but how much am I supposed to win? 5 hands? The table max is only $3K, so I can't do 32X bets on a $100 table. I'm sure other players can vouch for much higher table maxes where they live, like $15K or $25K or higher. Get on a $500 minimum table and take it up to $16K bets as a top bet. Win $2500 per shoe per day, but not every day.
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$50 would be 50,50,150,200,300,450,700,1100,1600 losing all steps should be no more than a 10% hit against your bankroll
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November 5th, 2022 at 3:11:18 PM permalink
With all of these big bankroll progressive systems, the question has to be "What meaningful percentage can I increase my bankroll by with only an acceptable risk of losing my bankroll"
If I bring $100,000 to the table with the objective of making $1,000 then I might do that day in, day out, until,,,, Damn. Lost the lot.
I could be safer with a bankroll of $100,000,000 but then would those $1,000 wins be at all significant to me?

And this is why I came up with "OnceDear's rule of thumb"
https://wizardofvegas.com/member/oncedear/blog/7/#post1370

Want to increase your bankroll by 1%.... roughly 99% probability of success
Want to increase your bankroll by 10%.... roughly 90% probability of success
Want to increase your bankroll by 100%.... roughly 50% probability of success

Works with any System , Progressive, Method, or Approach.
All you need is a low house edge game, and more money than sense.
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November 5th, 2022 at 3:15:02 PM permalink
Quote: OnceDear

With all of these big bankroll progressive systems, the question has to be "What meaningful percentage can I increase my bankroll by with only an acceptable risk of losing my bankroll"
If I bring $100,000 to the table with the objective of making $1,000 then I might do that day in, day out, until,,,, Damn. Lost the lot.
I could be safer with a bankroll of $100,000,000 but then would those $1,000 wins be at all significant to me?

And this is why I came up with "OnceDear's rule of thumb"
https://wizardofvegas.com/member/oncedear/blog/7/#post1370

Want to increase your bankroll by 1%.... roughly 99% probability of success
Want to increase your bankroll by 10%.... roughly 90% probability of success
Want to increase your bankroll by 100%.... roughly 50% probability of success

Works with any System , Progressive, Method, or Approach.
All you need is a low house edge game, and more money than sense.
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LOL more money than sense. I like that!
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November 5th, 2022 at 3:23:33 PM permalink
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Quote: JackSpade

If you're betting dozens in roulette where you have a 64% chance of winning each time, then it makes more sense to go for two in a row - though if the goal is to make up for multiple losses in a row, the progression would have to me more aggressive.

I think it's better to just accept that sometimes you will successfully complete a progression and still be down overall on it rather than try to recoup previous losses. Most of the time you will avoid adverse losing streaks and therefore show a profit after completing a progression. But sometimes you'll lose 11 in a row or 19 out of 20, and if the system you're playing causes you to lose your entire bankroll then it's worse than useless.
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Yes, and my question is: how often do you complete all the steps in a progression and lose/lose on the last step of the progression? And then, given the rarity of the big loss (losing on the last possible step of a progression), how many simulation trials does it take to be in the long run?
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My answer is you should never start a progression that puts you at significant risk of losing on on the last step. By that I mean roughly, if your risk of going bust is less than your risk of dying in a car crash on the way to the casino or to work, then it's insignificant.

Nobody thinks that having a job is unduly risky because it could cause them to lose everything in a car crash. Of course, a job is +EV while gambling usually isn't. But here we're assuming that you have decided for whatever reason to allocate funds to placing bets and considering whether a progression subjects you to any additional undue risk of loss.

Given that, what's the best bet sizing strategy? I say, a progression that reliably results in the largest bet of every session you play being a win. If you think there is significant risk of your largest bet being a loss under any progressive betting system given your bankroll or table limits, then you might as well just flat bet.
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November 5th, 2022 at 3:30:43 PM permalink
So going forward, I'm going to post a video on here once a week. I will have the other 6 videos of that week on my channel in case you want to see them.

I will be posting videos on Saturdays.
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November 5th, 2022 at 9:50:34 PM permalink
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So going forward, I'm going to post a video on here once a week. I will have the other 6 videos of that week on my channel in case you want to see them.

I will be posting videos on Saturdays.
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November 5th, 2022 at 9:55:57 PM permalink
Quote: unJon

Quote: GreenZero

So going forward, I'm going to post a video on here once a week. I will have the other 6 videos of that week on my channel in case you want to see them.

I will be posting videos on Saturdays.
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Well scammed, sir. Well scammed.
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Explain...
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November 6th, 2022 at 9:25:15 AM permalink
Do not mind Unjon, proceed on with your findings, i tested the wizards site as well baccarat using a aggressive betting structure only upping my bet as i won and any loss registered would revert back to the base bet, my findings was testing 10 shoes x 81 rounds so 810 total hands no waiting just following the last winner.
loss was 387$ win was 907, did decent in, also did the same test on eclipse casino baccarat however i think they shuffle after each turn, none the loss i did the same betting system and biggest loss -780 and ended on a positive note of 520$ profit this was 10$ min bet wizard was 5$ min bet. it was also a 3hr process.

also note had i allocated a 50 unit bank roll to 5$ and 50 unit bankroll to 10$ the moment had i lost on either site the system would have funnel me to move to the next denom and would have recouped faster however win rate would be the same since my goal was the same on that particular day so it wouldnt really mattered,
the original test was 100 unit roll and goal was to win 100 units but gave up at 50 unit win mark again using aggressive betting bankroll method would have made the process faster.

im glad you know any sequence of bb or pp can be spewed out of a random shoe, stick with what you like.
just like i know follow the loser can occur just as much as follow the winner just our brains are more attuned to colorful streaks than chopy action.

on another note i did test roulette betting the 2 dozens using the oscars grind or holye's press 1 and 2 dozen and that thing did the worst, the 66% strike rate had no meaning due to the fact zero and double zero and the last dozen i had not covered would continue to show up, the bankroll was struggling right off the bat and only saw 1 positive peak and it was very short lived, do not reccomend roulette, baccarat is confined to 2 decisions much easier on the bankroll.
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November 6th, 2022 at 10:03:23 AM permalink
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Well scammed, sir. Well scammed.
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Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these purveyors of betting system nonsense from their analysis of pointless progressions.
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November 6th, 2022 at 10:12:04 AM permalink
then flat bet your heart out and only win 6 unit peaks, and never enjoy gamibling with the casinos money or why not follow bob dancers method of video poker? could always count the cards at blackjack more than likely have crappy rules and 10min bet with a 10kroll will yield less than min wage yucky yuck yuck not in the mood to hassle with the pit boss with min wage down town atlantic city? then why are u here mental?
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November 6th, 2022 at 10:24:00 AM permalink
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then flat bet your heart out and only win 6 unit peaks, and never enjoy gamibling with the casinos money or why not follow bob dancers method of video poker?link to original post


Well, the best way to gamble with the casinos money is to win consistently. I have been gambling entirely with the casino's money for 25 years. While you are wasting your time with progressions, I am making money doing things that work.
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November 6th, 2022 at 10:26:16 AM permalink
did i say im going down casino and using progresions? how do you know im not following bob dancers method? i did mention card counting how do u know im not counting them cards in vegas under good rules? you always assume the worst until you realize u dont knoq squat.

i won a thosuand bucks following bob dancers method and his play made me a winner since 2017 that shows what u know ya mental retard
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November 6th, 2022 at 10:32:49 AM permalink
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Do not mind Unjon, proceed on with your findings, i tested the wizards site as well baccarat using a aggressive betting structure only upping my bet as i won and any loss registered would revert back to the base bet, my findings was testing 10 shoes x 81 rounds so 810 total hands no waiting just following the last winner.
loss was 387$ win was 907, did decent in, also did the same test on eclipse casino baccarat however i think they shuffle after each turn, none the loss i did the same betting system and biggest loss -780 and ended on a positive note of 520$ profit this was 10$ min bet wizard was 5$ min bet. it was also a 3hr process.

also note had i allocated a 50 unit bank roll to 5$ and 50 unit bankroll to 10$ the moment had i lost on either site the system would have funnel me to move to the next denom and would have recouped faster however win rate would be the same since my goal was the same on that particular day so it wouldnt really mattered,
the original test was 100 unit roll and goal was to win 100 units but gave up at 50 unit win mark again using aggressive betting bankroll method would have made the process faster.

im glad you know any sequence of bb or pp can be spewed out of a random shoe, stick with what you like.
just like i know follow the loser can occur just as much as follow the winner just our brains are more attuned to colorful streaks than chopy action.

on another note i did test roulette betting the 2 dozens using the oscars grind or holye's press 1 and 2 dozen and that thing did the worst, the 66% strike rate had no meaning due to the fact zero and double zero and the last dozen i had not covered would continue to show up, the bankroll was struggling right off the bat and only saw 1 positive peak and it was very short lived, do not reccomend roulette, baccarat is confined to 2 decisions much easier on the bankroll.
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Wow very nice. Yeah I won't test the roulette as the house edge is way to high. Thank you for the info!
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November 6th, 2022 at 10:34:56 AM permalink
Does Bob Dancer have a method other than optimal play on video poker?
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November 6th, 2022 at 10:40:11 AM permalink
bob dancer is like the wolverine in xmen when comes to gambling, he uses his nose to sniff out edges, anything from screw ups to casinos end to "better reward casino system" one casino could give you poop for your efforts while others give you the key to the kingdom, i think slotmassacre takes advantage of this and couples it with revenue from youtube like all the others such as debby luvs slots and slot lady and ladyhq. im not sure if he multi-card but again its just another weapon in your arsenal,
to find the right casino and not abuse them and hope they dont shut you down is best play IMHO =)
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November 6th, 2022 at 10:48:30 AM permalink
i test the same system on many sites, slotocash was the hardest roulette system i forget which system may have been a system from conquer the casinos by Philip Koestch, i tested roulette as well on wizard site as well has windcreek play online for fun, eclipse video poker double up seems to be more gentle on the bankroll than diamond rules or lasvegas usa gambling website different interface and RNG engine i assume, i dunno right off the bat im ususlly losing/struggling but eclipse stays pretty much at even, same deal with wizards craps game i test his site on craps and nothing crazy yet i tried on lasvegas online craps and there RNG engine is losing right away i forget the name of the site just google "las vegasonline craps" should be 1st or 2nd link, also played craps on android app from e7 the makers there said its a RNG seed number 1-36 table again oscars grind destroys that app an wiz site can win 10 units in 10min of play but when i tried oscars on las vegas site nope bankroll struggled to stay afloat , best bet is to buy that book 72hr of the crap table and test your method there.
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