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Ellis -

Read on the other forum that Barstow suggested there is a viable method for TEAM PLAY in Baccarat.

Likely involves a MM aspect, and a single playing partner ( or not even needed with Net Betting?)

Can you comment??

If viable, this could be very valuable to all members...if really, really viable could be added to the BJ Team Play seminar upcoming in Vegas!

Thanks.

kachatz1

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Ellis -

Read on the other forum that Barstow suggested there is a viable method for TEAM PLAY in Baccarat.

Likely involves a MM aspect, and a single playing partner ( or not even needed with Net Betting?)

Can you comment??

If viable, this could be very valuable to all members...if really, really viable could be added to the BJ Team Play seminar upcoming in Vegas!

Thanks.

kachatz1

Seems likely it involves OTBL/TBL betting,and could be played by two people with a up-as-U-win/up-as-U- lose BS/MM strategy,but stop-betting after few losses/repeat betting after a paper win.

Ellis, can you comment in Bac Forum?

Much appreciated.

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Seems likely it involves OTBL/TBL betting,and could be played by two people with a up-as-U-win/up-as-U- lose BS/MM strategy,but stop-betting after few losses/repeat betting after a paper win.

Ellis, can you comment in Bac Forum?

Much appreciated.

Like Motel6...we'll leave the lights on...

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Seems likely it involves OTBL/TBL betting,and could be played by two people with a up-as-U-win/up-as-U- lose BS/MM strategy,but stop-betting after few losses/repeat betting after a paper win.

Ellis, can you comment in Bac Forum?

Much appreciated.

While Frank B is a straight up guy, I can't see any way to truely profit from a partner that can't be done a lot cheaper with one player net betting. Maybe Frank is not familiar with net betting???

A partner can only do two things:

1.) Bet on the same side as you

2.) Bet on the opposite side as you

What else is there?

Both can be done by a single player net betting and its a lot cheaper and saves commission.

I have no idea of what Frank could be thinking???

Blackjack, yes, definitely. But Bac, I see no possible way.

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While Frank B is a straight up guy, I can't see any way to truely profit from a partner that can't be done a lot cheaper with one player net betting. Maybe Frank is not familiar with net betting???

A partner can only do two things:

1.) Bet on the same side as you

2.) Bet on the opposite side as you

What else is there?

Both can be done by a single player net betting and its a lot cheaper and saves commission.

I have no idea of what Frank could be thinking???

Blackjack, yes, definitely. But Bac, I see no possible way.

Appreciate your response...only way I could see advantage might be aggressive progression and some streaky shoes, but seems like you say NB much easier to control ... And safer!

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Appreciate your response...only way I could see advantage might be aggressive progression and some streaky shoes, but seems like you say NB much easier to control ... And safer!
No I think Ellis is saying there is no point to team play in baccarat. Doesn't matter what "aggressive progression" you come up with, you can net bet it all. It can be reduced down to one bet on the table.
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No I think Ellis is saying there is no point to team play in baccarat. Doesn't matter what "aggressive progression" you come up with, you can net bet it all. It can be reduced down to one bet on the table.

Right again, Vic!

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No I think Ellis is saying there is no point to team play in baccarat. Doesn't matter what "aggressive progression" you come up with, you can net bet it all. It can be reduced down to one bet on the table.

Agree BV, just as I did with Ellis.. Elvis may have left the building, but Ellis is our landlord, and he owns the place...

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