October 17th, 2011 at 3:35:23 AM
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Complained by other AP's, will NOT reveal further.

BIG hurdle to overcome the new pay table !

BIG hurdle to overcome the new pay table !

October 17th, 2011 at 4:57:20 PM
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Quote:ssho88BIG hurdle to overcome the new pay table !

Again it depends on how deep they go into the shoe. At the moment it is more than 2 decks that remain unseen. With a max bet of HK$1000 (US$125) you can still get a tiny bit of extra pocket money out of it, but it is no longer worth a First Class flight and a hotel suite stay with 3 Michelin Star food (also available in Lisboa).

October 17th, 2011 at 5:39:18 PM
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6 deck with 66.7% penetration(4 deck to be dealt and 2 deck unseen) for baccarat in Lisboa ? As what I know penetration for Baccarat should more than 87.5% !

October 17th, 2011 at 11:38:55 PM
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8 decks and on normal tables the penetration is even more than 90%, but no longer on the Matching Dragon ones, (unless they forget, which I have been told sometimes happens, but obviously never when I am there)

October 25th, 2011 at 3:41:18 PM
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Game set and match over! It no longer exists.

November 4th, 2011 at 10:34:43 AM
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what is the probability of the no of cards dealt per round for baccarat ?

a) Total 4 cards per round, probability = ?

b) Total 5 cards per round, probability = ?

c) Total 6 cards per round, probability = ?

cheers

a) Total 4 cards per round, probability = ?

b) Total 5 cards per round, probability = ?

c) Total 6 cards per round, probability = ?

cheers

November 5th, 2011 at 12:51:21 AM
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Quote:ssho88what is the probability of the no of cards dealt per round for baccarat ?

a) Total 4 cards per round, probability = ?

b) Total 5 cards per round, probability = ?

c) Total 6 cards per round, probability = ?

cheers

See Baccarat Appendix 1.

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November 7th, 2011 at 12:03:32 AM
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Quote:ssho88what is the probability of the no of cards dealt per round for baccarat ?

a) Total 4 cards per round, probability = ?

b) Total 5 cards per round, probability = ?

c) Total 6 cards per round, probability = ?

cheers

Which (online live) casinos offer this bet?

November 7th, 2011 at 7:53:26 AM
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hi,

YOU CAN FIND IT AT www.m88.com

I need your advise/comments on this :-

By removing each card in turn from an eight-deck shoe, its effect on the house edge can be determined. This allows card counting systems to be developed

For an example, for the game of baccarat( 8 deck, cut card put at 14 cards from the end of shoe), if we want to check the EOR of the "9", removing a 9 leaves 415 cards, then start to simulate first round and say 5 number of cards were dealt and left 410 cards in the shoe.

My question here is whether :-

a) you continue to simulate the 2nd round, 3rd round….until the 80th round(or until 14 cards left in the shoe) with the same shoe stated above(410 cards just before 2nd round...and left 14 cards+- at round 80th). After that only start with new shoe(remove a 9 of course !)

OR

b) you simulate the 2nd round with a totally new shoe with 415 cards(remove a 9 only), 3rd round with new shoe with 415 card…..means every round use a totally new shoe with 415 cards(without a 9 of course !).

OR

c) remove all "9" from the shoe(left 384 cards), and then start your simulation by using shoe without any "9" ?

cheers

YOU CAN FIND IT AT www.m88.com

I need your advise/comments on this :-

By removing each card in turn from an eight-deck shoe, its effect on the house edge can be determined. This allows card counting systems to be developed

For an example, for the game of baccarat( 8 deck, cut card put at 14 cards from the end of shoe), if we want to check the EOR of the "9", removing a 9 leaves 415 cards, then start to simulate first round and say 5 number of cards were dealt and left 410 cards in the shoe.

My question here is whether :-

a) you continue to simulate the 2nd round, 3rd round….until the 80th round(or until 14 cards left in the shoe) with the same shoe stated above(410 cards just before 2nd round...and left 14 cards+- at round 80th). After that only start with new shoe(remove a 9 of course !)

OR

b) you simulate the 2nd round with a totally new shoe with 415 cards(remove a 9 only), 3rd round with new shoe with 415 card…..means every round use a totally new shoe with 415 cards(without a 9 of course !).

OR

c) remove all "9" from the shoe(left 384 cards), and then start your simulation by using shoe without any "9" ?

cheers

July 14th, 2013 at 4:58:01 PM
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Since this is no doubt long gone, can you disclose the casino now?Quote:WizardAsk and ye shall receive. Check out my analysis of the Matching Dragon. Comments, questions, suggestions?