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Marcusclark66
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January 15th, 2022 at 6:48:51 PM permalink
Just thought I would put it out there.

Most of all, should I concentrate on building larger bankrolls for baccarat and blackjack, or should I remove $13,500.00 from the baccarat bankroll and maintain it at $100,000.00 or what?

Currently my baccarat bankroll is $113,500.00.

Currently my blackjack bankroll is $45,000.00.

Thanks,
Marcus Clark AKA Marcusclark66
Marcus Clark. Real Person; AKA MarcusClark66. *Professional Casino Security Expert. *Certified EMT *Certified Company Firearms Instructor. *Certified Gaming Regulations Interpreter for Corporate Applications. *Domestic UrbanTactical Combat Casualty Expert. *Tic-Tac-Toe Expert (Real Competitive Versions) & Mastering Chess. *Honorary & Official #1 Fan of the MDawg Adventures Club. *Mastering Cracking it. Bit-by-Bit, Piece-by-Piece Crediting Forum Members. *Certified Casino Property Entry & Exit Point Analyzer *Baccarat Winning Session Record: 12 out of 12 & 1 out of 1 Mini Session. Baccarat Losing Session Record: 2 Losing Sessions.
ChumpChange
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January 15th, 2022 at 6:54:31 PM permalink
Depends what you're betting. I'd be turning $10K sessions into $100K. But at $120K (above $100K), I'd probably up that to turning $20K sessions into $200K.
Deucekies
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January 15th, 2022 at 9:53:09 PM permalink
Bet it all on banker.
Casinos are not your friends, they want your money. But so does Disneyland. And there is no chance in hell that you will go to Disneyland and come back with more money than you went with. - AxelWolf and Mickeycrimm
Marcusclark66
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January 15th, 2022 at 9:59:38 PM permalink
Quote: Deucekies

Bet it all on banker.
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An old, old, old Chinese man gave me the answer to that one.
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Johnzimbo
January 15th, 2022 at 10:32:02 PM permalink
Quote: Marcusclark66

Quote: Deucekies

Bet it all on banker.
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An old, old, old Chinese man gave me the answer to that one.
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now we know mdawg is old and chinese!
SOOPOO
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January 16th, 2022 at 4:50:17 AM permalink
Quote: Marcusclark66

Just thought I would put it out there.

Most of all, should I concentrate on building larger bankrolls for baccarat and blackjack, or should I remove $13,500.00 from the baccarat bankroll and maintain it at $100,000.00 or what?

Currently my baccarat bankroll is $113,500.00.

Currently my blackjack bankroll is $45,000.00.

Thanks,
Marcus Clark AKA Marcusclark66
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What does ‘bankroll’ actually mean to you? If you lose the $113500 playing baccarat is that the end of you playing baccarat? Or does money move from a different account so you start playing again?

But to simply answer your question, when playing a -EV game, the answer is yes, remove the $13,500. By ‘removing’ it, that just means it goes to some bank account where it will NEVER be used for gambling, correct?
AlanMendelson
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January 16th, 2022 at 6:50:37 AM permalink
Any bank account paying 1% interest would be better than all of your casino trips.
Marcusclark66
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January 16th, 2022 at 7:08:38 AM permalink
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Any bank account paying 1% interest would be better than all of your casino trips.
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I have put a good amount of winnings previously into both, 529 accounts as well as specialized financial accounts paying a much greater yield than 1%.
Marcus Clark. Real Person; AKA MarcusClark66. *Professional Casino Security Expert. *Certified EMT *Certified Company Firearms Instructor. *Certified Gaming Regulations Interpreter for Corporate Applications. *Domestic UrbanTactical Combat Casualty Expert. *Tic-Tac-Toe Expert (Real Competitive Versions) & Mastering Chess. *Honorary & Official #1 Fan of the MDawg Adventures Club. *Mastering Cracking it. Bit-by-Bit, Piece-by-Piece Crediting Forum Members. *Certified Casino Property Entry & Exit Point Analyzer *Baccarat Winning Session Record: 12 out of 12 & 1 out of 1 Mini Session. Baccarat Losing Session Record: 2 Losing Sessions.
Marcusclark66
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January 16th, 2022 at 7:14:37 AM permalink
Quote: SOOPOO

Quote: Marcusclark66

Just thought I would put it out there.

Most of all, should I concentrate on building larger bankrolls for baccarat and blackjack, or should I remove $13,500.00 from the baccarat bankroll and maintain it at $100,000.00 or what?

Currently my baccarat bankroll is $113,500.00.

Currently my blackjack bankroll is $45,000.00.

Thanks,
Marcus Clark AKA Marcusclark66
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What does ‘bankroll’ actually mean to you? If you lose the $113500 playing baccarat is that the end of you playing baccarat? Or does money move from a different account so you start playing again?

But to simply answer your question, when playing a -EV game, the answer is yes, remove the $13,500. By ‘removing’ it, that just means it goes to some bank account where it will NEVER be used for gambling, correct?
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What does bankroll mean to me? It means those are my available funds to play and drawdown on. I use a very little percentage each session and if I was not successful in the session, I rethink the return as well as a second drawdown factor. As far as stopping, I honestly cannot tell you at this time.

As far as removing funds from my bankroll. I do not and have not ever used those to gamble or chase lost funds. Also I have removed or never added plenty of winnings to my bankrolls, in excess of $100,000.00 and used for other purposes, savings, investments, 529 accounts, shopping, etc.
Marcus Clark. Real Person; AKA MarcusClark66. *Professional Casino Security Expert. *Certified EMT *Certified Company Firearms Instructor. *Certified Gaming Regulations Interpreter for Corporate Applications. *Domestic UrbanTactical Combat Casualty Expert. *Tic-Tac-Toe Expert (Real Competitive Versions) & Mastering Chess. *Honorary & Official #1 Fan of the MDawg Adventures Club. *Mastering Cracking it. Bit-by-Bit, Piece-by-Piece Crediting Forum Members. *Certified Casino Property Entry & Exit Point Analyzer *Baccarat Winning Session Record: 12 out of 12 & 1 out of 1 Mini Session. Baccarat Losing Session Record: 2 Losing Sessions.
billryan
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January 16th, 2022 at 8:13:27 AM permalink
I'm going to assume you have $15,000-$25,000 already hidden in your car in a bug-out bag.
The next thing to do is put $50,000-$100,000 into a ransom bag and let someone you trust know where it is. With all the information you've revealed about yourself, it's just a matter of time until internet pirates come after you or your loved ones. You need to have the ransom handy.
After you have taken care of those two, and only afterward, you should be setting up a pad for your goomah. Now that you are beginning to get into the right circles, no more illicit meetings in parking garages and cheap hotel rooms. Do the right thing. You can tell an awful lot about a man by how they treat their side pieces.
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