Oct 19, 2009
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...Husband and wife teams at Baccarat:
What do they do... place equal and opposite bets or something? What sort of teamwork? Many Baccarat players like to play follow the chip leader and not hedge anything at all.
Thanks for this post from:
Bump - does anyone know what happened to this? I assume it was won by someone at some point, but is this promotion still running in general?
It is continuous in all Genting casino's that offer Baccarat, somebody picked up 20k local to me a few Sunday's ago. In the image above yes it went up to 40k and was won, last time I was in there it was 11.5k.
If your thinking about parking yourself 24/7, that really won't help much IMO. 12 straight banks will happen when they want, could be another table, maybe the person next to you has the button.
A elderly Chinese woman has won the Fortune bonus 5 times this year already, she nearly won it for a 6th last Friday, she hit 12 Banks in a row, unfortunately there was a zero tie in the middle, basically that 6th picture card cost her 10.5k. I hit 8 banks in a row for 50 in the same shoe prior to this, after which countless shoes later, multiple tables, not a sniff, with most Bank runs ending around 6.
IMO it is related to the shuffle, shimmy and countless shuffles are producing flat / choppy shoes (worst than the angel shuffling rigs).
On another note rumour has it the supposedly same casino chain got spanked in Scotland on the Super Pay Egalite side bet, to the extent instead of burning 15 cards after the cut card, they now burn at a minimum an entire deck, I often wonder if John May took a vacation??
Another from the rumour mill, another casino called "235", a dealer let it slip that somebody playing in their Icon VIP room was up 1.4M, resulting with the casino cutting off 3 decks of the shoe to try and stop him winning, they are in a kind of melt down trying to figure out how and what he is doing.
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