davem Posted July 16, 2012 Report Share Posted July 16, 2012 Ok guys. Doing a lot of practice. I learn better with actual experience. So this weekend I headed down to Seminole and played a few shoes. Below is a shoe I played. I know there is a better way to play this shoe. I belive if Ellis, or one of the "brains" could give me a little play by play that would help me greatly.Couple of notes & questionsHand 6 - I lose 2 hands in a row. I then go OTR for 2 bets. Both bets lose so I know we are in Mode 3 all shoe (in NOR manual says let the shoe tell you). I realize now that my 2nd OTR bet should not be an OTR bet as the first lost. BUT - I played S40 so opposite of the winner was Player again - so it's an opposite bet.. Is this correct? If not, what am I missing?Hand 13 - I played 2 units on P. B would have been the opposite, and it would have won. However, I chose Player as my 3's were LC - but I think I am mis understanding this LC/MC concept that I read in the S40 manual. Are there any more shoes on this forum that have a little more "play by play? - in any event what should I have done here?Hand 20 - I went OTR here. I determined that we had to be in Mode 3 as I lost Mode 2 (correct?) so I bet 1 unit - should I have bet more here? In any event - it won. Mode 3 we do OTR one bet so I moved right back to S40 - I then lost 2 more consecutive bets and I went back OTR on hand 23 (it lost) and then S40 had me in opposites - so Player again - it lost too.So i am CLEARLY struggling here - I love Ellis's comments about nobody being left behind - so I really need some help with this. Again - a little clarity here and I think I will progress much more... and then I will take what I learned from this shoe, and you guys and apply it to my other played shoes -- REALLY taking this serious!Thanks in advance and ANY and ALL comments are greatly appreciated!There is 2 scans below [ATTACH]2396[/ATTACH][ATTACH]2397[/ATTACH] Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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