# Table selection methods...

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Hi Ellis,

Thanks for your prompt responses to questions/doubts. That's fabulous and really very useful.

One more question i have.

Its pretty easy to have the OR count of a shoe looking at tote board.(For mid shoe entry)

Looking at the big eye portion of the tote board.

No of new columns - (No of circles from row 2 to row n - unique green circles (tie))

Can you please mention what the different NOR systems like

S40 => the OR count is positive + lots of ZZ and 5 inrs.

OTB4L => the OR count is close to 0 + lots of TT .

F => the OR count is negative + 3 inr + 4inr + long SS of either colors.

Have I missed something?

Thanks

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Hi Ellis,

Thanks for your prompt responses to questions/doubts. That's fabulous and really very useful.

One more question i have.

Its pretty easy to have the OR count of a shoe looking at tote board.(For mid shoe entry)

Looking at the big eye portion of the tote board.

No of new columns - (No of circles from row 2 to row n - unique green circles (tie))

Can you please mention what the different NOR systems like

S40 => the OR count is positive + lots of ZZ and 5 inrs.

OTB4L => the OR count is close to 0 + lots of TT .

F => the OR count is negative + 3 inr + 4inr + long SS of either colors.

Have I missed something?

Thanks

Very well said!

Also mention that F likes Strong Side and Sporadic 1's and 2s.

Another basic way to look at it is:

High 1's is S40

High 2s is OTB4L

High 3+s (3 or mores) is F

A more profound way to say it, because we so often see these combinations, is:

High 1's and 2s is S40, S40 also loves 5s

High 2s and 3s is OTB4L, OTB4L also loves 6s.

high 3s and 4+s is F, F also loves ZZ runs

Strong side especially with sporadic 1's and 2s and especially with 3+s is F

Player SS is very accommodating because we pay no commission if we only bet Player (in normal commission games)

Fortunately the mathematical fact is for every event running high you must have another event(s) running equally low.

In fact that is how SAP functions

It is strange that no one else in the Baccarat world has ever noted or made use of that fact except us with SAP.

This is why NOR's 3rd bet rule automates SAP so SAP advantage is automatically included with NOR.

In the long run events randomly occur in the following frequencies:

a 1 every 4 plays or 5 per column of 20 plays

a 2 every 8 plays or 2.5 per column

a 3 every 16 plays or 1.25 per col.

a 4 every 32 plays or 1 every 1.5 columns

a 5 every 64 plays or 1 per shoe

a 6 every 2 shoes

a 7 every 4 shoes

an 8 every 8 shoes

a 9 every 16 shoes

a 10 every 32 shoes

an 11 every 64 shoes

a 12 every 128 shoes

the rest are not worth worrying about

ZZ runs counted correctly occur at the exact same frequency as straight runs no matter what your Bac books say

A double 1 makes a 4 ZZ

A triple 1 makes a 5 ZZ

A quadruple 1 is hard to spell

BTC was first worldwide to publish Baccarat's normal frequencies of occurrence

I rounded a little and I didn't account for the fact that, for instance, you can't have a 20 in a row in the last 19 plays of a shoe which reduces the frequency of long runs even more - a fact The Wizard missed, and I didn't account for the slight Bank favorability since NOR bets Bank and Player with equal frequency. But everything is certainly close enough for our purposes.

So now you have pretty much everything there is to know about Baccarat.

Anytime a shoe doesn't follow those frequencies it is biased - It is just a question of degree. That is why I say ALL shoes are biased. Nevertheless we only want to play the most biased shoes because that is where our biggest advantage is.

Ellis

P.S. BTW, I once published all of the above at BaccaratForums and was banned for life for "writing useless posts and not contributing to the forum". Gives you some idea of where their heads are at - complete idiots. They wouldn't know a good system if it fell on their heads.

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