Baccarat Hall of Fame Member kachatz1 Posted March 1, 2013 Baccarat Hall of Fame Member Report Share Posted March 1, 2013 Been reading lots of good things on our BTC Forum lately...likely this is the highest and best level of participation since I joined several years ago.Had an idea for Ellis and Keith to consider...maybe even involves one of our more Tech-savvy members who could help out...Virtually every Casino any of us frequent uses some version of the scorecard we all keep track of shoe results on...the size may vary, but basically the " standard" scorecard consists of a grid of boxes, and is almost always about 10 grid boxes " wide" by 40 grid boxes " long", when viewed in the vertical format.We have the NOR manual as an excellent reference tool, but kind of difficult to take that into a casino with you.Ellis/ Keith...Think of the standard Blacjack "basic strategy" card available in many casino gifts shops...What if we could put together a Scorecard-Look-Alike/ Sized PLAYBOOK ( call it whatever you want, just not a CHEAT SHEET!) right onto a standard scorecard ( grids and all) that would have " friendly" reminders of how used employ/ record S40, F2/F3, OTBL , NOR+, SAP counts, etcCould also have stop win/loss guidelines, applications for betting progressions like U1D1, U1D2M2, 123 4, etc.I am sure there are other things our NOR members would like to see on there as well...The main idea is to use the premise that it is preprinted on a standard "scorecard" format ( grids and all)Players could refer to it at the table, right before they play, or whenever...but the idea it is in the same format as we actually play the game in, as opposed to a bunch of words printed in a Notebook...Now I know this may be a controversial post, kind of like a coach " exposing" his play book to others...But ... Anyone who has played the game long enough knows that the concepts we employ here are virtually incomprehensible to 99% of all other players who lack the discipline to record their scores, do not have NOR training and whom simply refuse to believe that the game is beatable...My thinking is that it could be prepared with enough care as to NOT give anything away...in fact it could be written in " code" or just use circles and numerical values so that anyone to whom it has not been explained would simply regard it as gibberish/ just some other "useless system". Again, I understand the Why Not's to this, but believe it is within the realm of any student of BTC to do it on their own anyway...any if the object is to truly help one another, likely we would create a Casino Wonderland for all of the Alice's in our Private BTC forum.OK, back to the tables, everyone... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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