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Horizontal Baccarat Card w/ SAP count ECD Group January 5th, 2012


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Here's a Horizontal card with the SAP chart included. Those of you who must use the Horizontal card just fill in the sap info after every opposite to update the SAP chart.

HorSapEx1.jpg

I didn't upload a blank card because it you want to use this format, just add the sap chart to the bottom of your current card.

In my example I use Blue for Bank and Red for Player. If you look at the 1st line reading from left to right you can see that every change in color represents an opposite (and a new event). Numbers of the same color going down represent repeats.

When you fill in the SAP events, you work from left to right filling in the chart after every opposite. Opposites represent the end of an event and the beginning of a new event. For this reason you don't fill in the first event until the first opposite and thereafter every time there is another opposite.

I count 1s as 1 point, 2s as 2 points, 3s as 4 points and 4+s as 4 points. If you use 8 points for 4s as Ellis started doing with NOR, you would just ignore 5+s and not count then.

If anyone has a better way to track the events then chime in we are always looking for better ways to trend the shoe.

PJ

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Here's a Horizontal card with the SAP chart included. Those of you who must use the Horizontal card just fill in the sap info after every opposite to update the SAP chart.

HorSapEx1.jpg

I didn't upload a blank card because it you want to use this format, just add the sap chart to the bottom of your current card.

In my example I use Blue for Bank and Red for Player. If you look at the 1st line reading from left to right you can see that every change in color represents an opposite (and a new event). Numbers of the same color going down represent repeats.

When you fill in the SAP events, you work from left to right filling in the chart after every opposite. Opposites represent the end of an event and the beginning of a new event. For this reason you don't fill in the first event until the first opposite and thereafter every time there is another opposite.

I count 1s as 1 point, 2s as 2 points, 3s as 3 points and 4+s as 4. If you use 8 points for 4s as Ellis started doing with NOR, you would just ignore 5+s and not count then.

If anyone has a better way to track the events then chime in we are always looking for better ways to trend the shoe.

PJ[/quoten]

Anyone who has not tried this at least one or two shoes "LIVE" in a casino, or even U want 2 just go back and "reformat" some of your saved shoes, you are doing yourself a disservice if you have not tried it..this is AWESOME!!

If it is not 4 U , understood...but at least try it!

If you truly believe "the trend is your friend", U will not be disappointed...

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Here is the link to download the .xls file for the Horizontal SAP card.

http://www.mediafire.com/?gbx053ikb01iuv2

You can save yourself a little time.

PJ

ps even though I can see the events better on the horizontal card, personally I have found that I still prefer the vertical card for sap info.

At least we now have 2 choices. Vertical SAP or Horizontal SAP

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Here's a shoe that JM sent me. I played it using SAP exploits on the horizontal SAP Card.

I penciled in notes obout the exploits on top of the columns. I also circled winning bets and drew a diagonal line thru losing bets.

The W/L line is where I put the results if my bets. In case of repeats sometimes I play more than 1 exploit the W/L is the result of all bets made.

The S (score) row is for the running total score.

This is how I played the shoe using LC MC OTR and 2nd liner exploits. 2nd liners did not kick in well in this shoe.

Now maybe someone else will post up one.

PJ

HorSapEx2.jpeg

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