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Hello all,

Im new to this forum, i have known about this place for a couple of weeks now.. When I first came across this site I tired to gather as much info about NOR as I could without buying the system :-P Big mistake!! I went to the casino with my limited knowledge and was up +6 units but eventually lost it all and more.. That was a few weeks ago.. So I decided to get access to the entire system and I have literally been reading and learning day and night... So today I finally went to the casino to see how much I have learned, and I was blown away at how wonderful this system works.. I posted my shoes.. I got greedy too late and ended up losing most of what I won.. I should have won back the cost of membership, but I didn't follow the rules and exercise cash management so my final winnings were not as much as they should've been.. I advise anybody who is on the fence about this system to jump over so you can start making money with Bac ASAP... Im so glad I found this site, I am going back to the casino bright and early tomorrow morning to win some more!!! Oh yea, I live in Detroit.. We have three casinos here, these shoes are from Motor City Casino.. I dont really like our MGM here, its kinda lame, it just feels like everyone is losing there so i stay out of there... Thanks again Ellis for your years of research and making my learning curve so short!!! :-)

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Hello, Echo,

Nice job posting and trying out NOR for the first time! Congrats! Just a couple of things that may help you stay on the fast track of your learning curve:

1. I prefer to write out what NOR system I am seeing - and starting with.

2. Then I write out my betting scheme - usually begin 111 or 112. Then can escalate to 123, 234, 345 - if the shoe is giving out profits.

3. I also try to write in the columns difficult areas of the shoe vs that specific NOR system.

4. Finally I categorize the shoe as one of the NOR systems.

I am a bit compulsive with recordkeeping and tracking bankroll equity - so I also organize my shoes on the basis of best NOR system, max negative drawdown to the bankroll from 0 unit (or maximum adverse excursion), max negative drawdown from my max profit in that shoe (or max drawdown). I usually want to get a good feel of what is my bankroll equity per shoe. I also focus on the first 8-9 plays I enter from - what is MC and LC as per the SAP format. Specifically I look for at least consistent MC and consistent LC - for 8 consecutive hands - before I make any plays. I try to make certain the shoe is as "stable" as recently possible immediately prior to my first bets.

As Ellis has said repeatedly, a shoe that is not positive (or not stable - drifts from one NOR system to another - or drifts in LC and MC) for my bankroll after my first 20 plays is usually not a good shoe - and I can look to exit that shoe. Then I study and annotate and categorize that shoe for lessons learned.

Good luck with your NOR plays. We all enjoy you sharing with us - helps our own learning curve get better!

Regards,

Daytrader77459

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Hello all,

Im new to this forum, i have known about this place for a couple of weeks now.. When I first came across this site I tired to gather as much info about NOR as I could without buying the system :-P Big mistake!! I went to the casino with my limited knowledge and was up +6 units but eventually lost it all and more.. That was a few weeks ago.. So I decided to get access to the entire system and I have literally been reading and learning day and night... So today I finally went to the casino to see how much I have learned, and I was blown away at how wonderful this system works.. I posted my shoes.. I got greedy too late and ended up losing most of what I won.. I should have won back the cost of membership, but I didn't follow the rules and exercise cash management so my final winnings were not as much as they should've been.. I advise anybody who is on the fence about this system to jump over so you can start making money with Bac ASAP... Im so glad I found this site, I am going back to the casino bright and early tomorrow morning to win some more!!! Oh yea, I live in Detroit.. We have three casinos here, these shoes are from Motor City Casino.. I dont really like our MGM here, its kinda lame, it just feels like everyone is losing there so i stay out of there... Thanks again Ellis for your years of research and making my learning curve so short!!! :-)

You're welcome Echo. The learning curve never flatens out completely. You can get better at this forever.

Knowing how to win and winning are not quite the same thing. To our Baccarat knowledge we must add discipline and self control. We must learn to leave our emotions at home. We must learn how to attack but also how to retreat. How to know good conditions from bad conditions. How to be a Player rather than a gambler.

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Hi Daytrader,

From previous threads, I know you are very dedicated to SAP.

SAP columns:

1s (I should write 1)

2s ( 2)

3s (4)

4s + (4)

Could you tell me where I can find SAP information, like:

• If 1s is LC, which NOR system should I use?

• If 1s is MC “ “ “ “ ?

• If 2s is LC, etc.

Something similar to that. As you know, sometimes, not sure which system to use, therefore, with SAP (additional information) can help us make a decision.

Thanks.

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Finas

SAP does not tell you which system to use. You still have to observe what the tote board

tells you. SAP is useful in making certain bets no matter which system you are in. So, for

example, if 3's are MC and you see a 2, SAP tells you to bet that the 2 will go to 3. This would

override whatever the system said to bet. But after that bet you go right back to the system.

This takes lots of practice - you must learn to play NOR flawlessly before taking on the extra

burden of SAP. Please be patient.

Paul

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Finas

SAP does not tell you which system to use. You still have to observe what the tote board

tells you. SAP is useful in making certain bets no matter which system you are in. So, for

example, if 3's are MC and you see a 2, SAP tells you to bet that the 2 will go to 3. This would

override whatever the system said to bet. But after that bet you go right back to the system.

This takes lots of practice - you must learn to play NOR flawlessly before taking on the extra

burden of SAP. Please be patient.

Paul

Very well put, Paul!

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I'm not sure I understand either jerry and I usually pride myself on deciphering foreign English. But, taking a stab, we do our SAP chart from the beginning of the shoe. There are no restarts - if that was your question.

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