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Hi All,

Just joined this forum couple of days back and reading through the NOR manuals.

I am having few doubts and hope the experts will throw light on the same.

a) Is there an OR count which determines its a type of shoe.

For Ex: On what negative count should i play the S40 system. When should i stop if the OR count moves towards 0?

Later in the same shoe if the count goes positive should i be shifting to the F system or quit the shoe?

B) When using progressions (123 4) if i lose/win a 3 bet what should be my next bet?

c) What are these SAP systems? Is it something i should be learning as well?

d) Where do i get the sample 6 shoes mentioned in the manuals for practice?

Any advice for a new member would be greatly helpful.

Thanks

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Hi BacPlayer,

Welcome to the forum. Here's the answers to your questions.

a) Is there an OR count which determines its a type of shoe.

For Ex: On what negative count should i play the S40 system. When should i stop if the OR count moves towards 0?

Later in the same shoe if the count goes positive should i be shifting to the F system or quit the shoe?

You are getting it wrong. A + OR count suggest S40, a - OR count suggest that you can play F. An OR count hovering 0 suggest OTB4L.

B) When using progressions (123 4) if i lose/win a 3 bet what should be my next bet?

If you are winning, and won your 3rd bet (3units) you will go back to 1 unit. If you are losing and lost your 3rd bet (total lose 123-6 units) you should quit if your score is -6. Cos if you bet the 4 units and lose it will go past the stop loss of -8. If you are winning, you can bet the 4 units.

c) What are these SAP systems? Is it something i should be learning as well?

SAP is a count of events happening in a shoe. For a start i think you do not have to learn it.

d) Where do i get the sample 6 shoes mentioned in the manuals for practice?

You can download the 6 shoes here in post #1

http://www.beatthecasino.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6665&page=2&highlight=Manual+Sample+Shoes

Hope this helps.

Witchy

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) Is there an OR count which determines its a type of shoe.

For Ex: On what Positive count should i play the S40 system. When should i stop if the OR count moves towards 0?

Later in the same shoe if the count goes negative should i be shifting to the F system or quit the shoe?

What number should i get in the game should I start when its positive 2 3 to start s40 when should start to bet otb4l? DO I switch systems in the same shoe? How to pick the correct mode?

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Hi BacPlayer,

Welcome to the forum. Here's the answers to your questions.

a) Is there an OR count which determines its a type of shoe.

For Ex: On what negative count should i play the S40 system. When should i stop if the OR count moves towards 0?

Later in the same shoe if the count goes positive should i be shifting to the F system or quit the shoe?

You are getting it wrong. A + OR count suggest S40, a - OR count suggest that you can play F. An OR count hovering 0 suggest OTB4L.

B) When using progressions (123 4) if i lose/win a 3 bet what should be my next bet?

If you are winning, and won your 3rd bet (3units) you will go back to 1 unit. If you are losing and lost your 3rd bet (total lose 123-6 units) you should quit if your score is -6. Cos if you bet the 4 units and lose it will go past the stop loss of -8. If you are winning, you can bet the 4 units.

c) What are these SAP systems? Is it something i should be learning as well?

SAP is a count of events happening in a shoe. For a start i think you do not have to learn it.

d) Where do i get the sample 6 shoes mentioned in the manuals for practice?

You can download the 6 shoes here in post #1

http://www.beatthecasino.com/forum/showthread.php?t=6665&page=2&highlight=Manual+Sample+Shoes

Hope this helps.

Witchy

Hi Witchy! An excellent example of patience! BTW, I've been trying to wake you up! Our Singapore players need you!

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