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  1. iluvspotplay, and any other new players who are just beginning... Read my lips.... 'CALL KEVIN" 😲 ☺️ When I first started I had no idea as to how to play Baccarat other than the rules to the game. I called Kevin. Then being "smarter than him" 😲😲😲 being the "Mr. Know It All" I went off on my own and spent an awful lot of time reading everything on the forum, testing and getting myself more thoroughly confused. Eventually, I found myself gravitating back to 5D which is 4D plus FTS, MDB, etc...4D is the basis/basics. Everything else is on a highe
  2. Congrats Kevin!!! You've accomplished something very few people have done. And... You should celebrate and dance to the music!!! πŸ†
  3. Steve, Click on the link in Kevin's post. Add it to the cart and "checkout". There is no cost. You will then be able to download it. The 12 lessons will be found after the original 5D material which you already have in your 5D Manual. Hope this helps.
  4. Absolutely Lou !!! Well said... Might I add.... Phil Ivey learned to play poker by sitting "at the table" playing for real money and figuring it out. With SBI, you can "Sit at the table" but it does not cost you your hard earned cash/bankroll while you learn how to beat the game.
  5. When I first started playing Baccarat 9 months ago - it made sense to "replay" shoes. SBI hadn't been created then, but, I started collecting shoes by walking around the Sands Casino and recording finished shoes to replay at home. In the Premium Forum... Oz recounts how Norm and Pappa Joe would telephone and replay shoes hand by hand over the phone. CT70 recounts how he would record the shoes in a tape recorder and replay them. kachatz suggests to buy 8 decks of cards, a shoe and to deal out the shoe. No matter which method of play is being used, the successful Premium
  6. Welcome to the forum Phelps and don't mind him. He is just busting on me because I have a tendency to be "wordy" when I post in the Premium Forum. Me... I write one long post similiar to yours. Oz, well he writes 20 short ones! Same amount! LOL While the forum is serious when it comes to Baccarat, there is also a "comaraderie" that develops over time and you get to know the "cast of Characters." Remember, "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." And since a forum, by its nature, is a discussion long distance, well, we have a tendency to poke fun at each other sometimes. How
  7. Little? Who you calling "little"!!! At 275# I make most goalies (for you soccer fans) look like waterboys! LOL And if you are not careful, I just might swing by Australia when I go to Singapore later this year and bring this "little" frame of mine to whomp on your (excuse my French!) at the Baccarat table from all of the studying I have been doing learning how to "Read the Shoe". Then afterwards, I'll buy you a cold brew! LOL Can't be serving two masters - either positng on the forum or studying/learning/practicing how to RTS. Which one is going to make me more money to buy you tha
  8. Keith, I agree with what CT is saying here about auto-populating the casino name and date when entering shoes with the last one entered. At first I was entering only 8-10 shoes at a time and didn't mind selecting them each time. Now I am entering them 30 or 40 at a time. Having them auto-populate would make entering easier. Thanks, Jim
  9. I see I am not the only one who never sleeps because we have Baccarat on the Brain! "That's enough homework for one night...pretty simple eh?...How hard can it be?" I guess that is the price one must pay...
  10. Thank You very much for that post Oz. You are teaching someone (Me) to fish and not just giving me fish to feed me for one day. That is what I want and need - learning how to fish for myself. I had my suspicions about 100 shoes being a good representative sample size. I had settled on 300 but was still not sure. I am glad to see you use 500 shoes. Unfortunately, I was not able to have access to Stats for Profit. But, no matter, I now have 500 shoes in the Strategic Baccarat Interface for my use (Yipee!!! and I'll be adding more!) and for anyone else contemplating getting a mem
  11. Oz, If I may ask.... Since your Master Class is coming up on the 25th, I know you probably have an agenda, but, if you would be so kind... As I try to learn how to read a shoe, I use the Strategic Baccarat Interface by using the "Play By Hand" feature. Each hand, even though I have only three choices - 1) Banker, 2) Player or 3) No Bet - I am always thinking of a reason as to why i would make the best choice. If you could, would you spend a moment or two going over how you use the Interface to help you make your best decisions? CT70 had said to practice by going thro
  12. This is to let everyone know that I have finally,... finally, got caught up inputting all of my shoes int the Strategic Baccarat Interface (SBI). As of this writing, there are over 600 "live" shoes for the Sands Casino. I see that Dannyboy and CT70 have been inputting shoes on a regular basis. (That is not to say that others have not contributed.) I also see that there is over 300 shoes for 5Dimes and that there are almost 1500 shoes in total in the SBI. For everyone so they have some idea as to why I think the SBI is so important.... 4 or 5 months ago, I looked at Baccarat as a
  13. Look for the thread "Advanced Exploits" by Pappa Joe in the Public Forum. IN this thread, there are many scorecards with Pappa Joe making a little bit larger bet on the 2LNRs to be able to see as examples of what a 2LNR looks like
  14. Oh, and just one more last thing... Tony Robbins and other self help gurus have said it. To be a winner, model excellence. Find someone who is doing what you want to do, find out what they are doing to get those results, and then just do what they are doing. It sounds simple enough, but, it is not so easy because you have not developed the "skills" that they have developed. Once you do, then, you will begin to achieve the results that they are getting. Dear Woody... Does Rex play Baccarat? Is he a winner at it? He plays the financial markets. If you want to be like Rex, why
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