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June 29th, 2019 at 8:06:55 AM permalink
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In baccarat if put all shoes together will get a continuous set of plays which are not independent.
The plays will balancing out very quickly believe it or not I saw it many times and can go up to be out balanced like 900 then drop back on perfect balance and passing on other side.
We have to not give importance to a shoes and another unless the casino has tempered with the cards then is nothing we can do.



So either your system works, or the casino has "tempered" with the cards? Ummm...no.

I hope you find your gambler's fallacy entertaining. Good luck with that.
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June 29th, 2019 at 8:18:04 AM permalink
Please don't t be confused as making bets on the negative balance
The system always stays on +
As I said in other post we always play on the positive balance and we apply antimartingale when is trying to switch sides and reset when on +
Where there's a will, there is a way
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June 29th, 2019 at 8:42:44 AM permalink
Quote: Anunnaki1202

Please don't t be confused as making bets on the negative balance
The system always stays on +
As I said in other post we always play on the positive balance and we apply antimartingale when is trying to switch sides and reset when on +


Hi Anunnaki1202,
Welcome to the forum.

I'd like to explain to you how wrong you are and how your system will not work, does not work, and cannot work.

I'd like to explain,,,,,,,,,But I really cannot be bothered.

The language difficulties are one impediment. The fact that you will absolutely refuse to listen to reason is the other.

If you believe your system will be profitable, mortgage your house, max out your credit cards, borrow as much money as you can, and then go to lots of casinos, and take all of their money. Don't waste your time explaining your system here. Time is money.

Oh, and your system is not failing because the casinos are cheating you. It's just that their cards and roulette wheels DO obey the laws of mathematics.

Go have fun.....
..... Or maybe just hear this. YOUR SYSTEM IS WORTHLESS.
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June 29th, 2019 at 9:06:05 AM permalink
Quote: Anunnaki1202

Please don't t be confused as making bets on the negative balance
The system always stays on +
As I said in other post we always play on the positive balance and we apply antimartingale when is trying to switch sides and reset when on +


Could you explain your system a little better? The more specific you are, the better.

First of all, what do you mean by "antimartingale"?
Do you mean, for example, that if there have been more player wins than banker wins, then you bet on the player?
Wouldn't this be the opposite of your claim that, eventually, the player and banker wins will balance?

Here's an example:
Suppose that when you start betting, the last 20 non-tie hands were 12 player wins and 8 banker wins.
What is your first bet?
If player wins, what is your second bet? What if banker wins the first bet?

I found a post I made three years ago when I ran a 50-50 simulation to see how long it can take for the numbers to "balance"; there were at least two instances where it took over 10,000,000,000 hands.
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June 29th, 2019 at 9:33:04 AM permalink
Is opposite of martingale increase bet when win.

On your example play on player because he leads the balance bet flat

When gets on perfect balance 12 player and 12 banker no bet
Wait till something will lead the balance to make antimartingale bets very important to stop the antimartingale when bankroll is on + as before started losing on that particular perfect balance
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June 29th, 2019 at 9:34:27 AM permalink
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In baccarat if put all shoes together will get a continuous set of plays which are not independent.

I was assuming the casino was not using a CSM but used distinct shoes. For simplicitly, at the end of each shoe the casino uses a freshly shuffled 8-deck shoe. Thus while you could consider the results as a group of shoes all put together, in practice there is no connection between any shoe and the one following.

Unless you believe this has something associated with quantum tunnelling, I cannot understand how information from the first shoe can be passed to the second shoe. Please could you explain why you then consider them "not independent".
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June 29th, 2019 at 9:41:21 AM permalink
Am saying is no matter how you use the shoes if connect all shoes together will get a very long streak of plays.

Or let's go even more deep can use the colours from roulette as red banker and black player and zero the tie ... you will end up with same results as playing baccarat is no difference whatsoever between them 2 games
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June 29th, 2019 at 9:56:03 AM permalink
Quote: Anunnaki1202

Is opposite of martingale increase bet when win.

On your example play on player because he leads the balance bet flat

When gets on perfect balance 12 player and 12 banker no bet
Wait till something will lead the balance to make antimartingale bets very important to stop the antimartingale when bankroll is on + as before started losing on that particular perfect balance


I have no idea what "stop the antimartingale" means.

Again, give me an example.
Start with balance.
The next hand has banker win.
How much do you bet, and on what side?

If the next bet is a banker win (so banker is now +2), what do you bet now?

What if that hand is a player win (so banker is +1)?
What about if it is banker win (so banker is +3)?

When do you increase your bets (and by how much), and when do you decrease your bets?
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June 29th, 2019 at 10:17:29 AM permalink
Ok.
Before entering the system need to wait 3 hand to pass.
From them there hands you will see which one has more wins.
Combination can be only 2x1 or 3 banker or player will lead the balance.

We always bet on the more outs of that particular play
If we have +28 player and banker coming out then will be +27.
Banker will need to get out another 27 times to be on the perfect balance.
Perfect balance means 0/0 either sides
Now when is back on perfect balance need one turn to not bet , because need to wait the next one out to see who will lead the balance

Antimartingale means win 1 then place bet 2 win again place bet 4 win again place bet 8 win again place bet 16 and so on ...

But this should be only applied on after the perfect balance.
And if after 4 or 5 wins and your balance is back on +1 as before started to lose after the perfect balance then stop and play flat bet as the main bet
Carry on betting on which leads the balance.
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June 29th, 2019 at 10:27:20 AM permalink
Okay...so let's say that the first three hands (the ones before you start betting) are 2 banker and 1 player.
Banker is now +1.

I need you to answer these questions being asked, and not just make some explanation.

What is your first bet? Is it 1 on banker, or 1 on player?

What if banker wins the first bet (so banker is now +2)? What is your next bet?


Suppose instead of the initial three hands being +1 banker, the player won all three hands, so it is +3 player.

What is your first bet now?

What if player wins (so it is now player +4)?

What if, instead, banker wins the first bet (so it is now player +2)?

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