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hi guys,

I'm a newbie of baccarat, yes never play bac online or offline....I'm seeking a way to the truth in the gambling world..

Tried forex, poker but did not make it cause I'm a low IQ low wage blue collar worker who did not manage to figure out the intricacies of trading and poker psychology,trading systems and money management..

Never attended any universities, never taken any physics and calculus in my life but I just do not want to give up till I find the truth in gambling..so I turned my attention to blackjack but realised card counting is useless against csm and do not waste time pursuing granted there seems to be card counting gurus out there for a price.

So here I am with no knowledge of baccarat wanting to master and profit not only at a monetary level but able to reach A-ha mindset towards gambling.Thanks for your time! I'm from sunny singapore :):cool:

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Well pipecub, on top of your other problems, Singapore is not noted for an easy Baccarat game.

You don't need any math. At least you know that Physics and Calculus exist and you even spelled them right.

And your English is perfect. And you quickly discovered correctly that card counting is not viable. Not only is it

useless against CSMs, it plainly doesen't work in the shoe game for a whole list of technical reasons.

You've obviously got street smarts. That's enough to win at Baccarat together with a lot of study and practice.

But first you've got to turn your head around. You've got to stop pondering your short comings and start looking at your assets.

You have youth and street smarts - a very good start. You need to build your confidence in yourself. Most of Baccarat is attitude.

Yours needs help. But you can do this if you put your mind to the task. Anybody can! You need to convince yourself.

You've got a goal now and you've got a good teacher. All you need now is desire - and lots of it.

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hi guys,

I'm a newbie of baccarat, yes never play bac online or offline....I'm seeking a way to the truth in the gambling world..

Tried forex, poker but did not make it cause I'm a low IQ low wage blue collar worker who did not manage to figure out the intricacies of trading and poker psychology,trading systems and money management..

Never attended any universities, never taken any physics and calculus in my life but I just do not want to give up till I find the truth in gambling..so I turned my attention to blackjack but realised card counting is useless against csm and do not waste time pursuing granted there seems to be card counting gurus out there for a price.

So here I am with no knowledge of baccarat wanting to master and profit not only at a monetary level but able to reach A-ha mindset towards gambling.Thanks for your time! I'm from sunny singapore :):cool:

let this song be urs motivation

the more i try to find out the truth here the more i learn about the side that kills the casino

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hi Mr Davis,

Thanks for the encouragement, I'll definitely buy the NOR manual and go over it by end of the month.

Just tired of all the hypes and sales talk out there. do you know there's a baccarat school here in singapore that teach you the secrets of winning the tables for 7-10k USD, what type of stuff they teach that's worth that kind of money?

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hi Mr Davis,

Thanks for the encouragement, I'll definitely buy the NOR manual and go over it by end of the month.

Just tired of all the hypes and sales talk out there. do you know there's a baccarat school here in singapore that teach you the secrets of winning the tables for 7-10k USD, what type of stuff they teach that's worth that kind of money?

I am somewhat familiar with it - at least I've read the approach they teach. I'm surprised they are still in business given the tight laws

in Singapore. I wonder how that happened??? And I suspect there is good reason the casinos have not come down on them.

Basically they teach that all events in Baccarat, such as 1 in a rows, 2 in a rows, 3 in a rows, etc., will work out to their mathematical

frequencies of occurrence. Pipecub, I know it sounds like sour grapes but you want nothing to do with these people. That kind of

teaching is what is responsible for the higher than possible casino profits in a 50/50 game.

Yes, events WILL work out to their normal frequencies of occurrence over MANY shoes. But we play the game in individual shoes

and that is not what tends to happen in individual shoes. Individual shoes follow the law of small numbers. Trends, or "biases"

tend to defy mathematical frequencies when we look at the game the way we play it - in individual shoes. They play "backwards" -

virtually opposite the way we teach. Result: they lose and we win. Other BTC Singapore members will tell you that.

Now, I don't mean to scare you with a bunch of high mathematics. We don't use math at all. We identify and play the trends that

exist in nearly all shoes. THAT is what works and we've got it down to a science.

Now I warn you that you will be in total confusion the first time you read your manual. Everyone is. But it is not the manual you

are paying for. You are paying for lifetime membership in the Private BTC Baccarat forum. There everything is taught to you in detail.

The seond time you read your manual it will make a lot more sense and eventually you'll see that the whole thing is really quite simple.

You are not alone now. Everyone is here to help you. There is no such thing as a dumb question on our forum. Soon you will see

that the best players in the world are gathered right here at BTC.

Stay away from casinos for now. You'll know when you are ready. Now is the time for learning - not playing.

Oh, and welcome to BTC!

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Hi,

Like to know does playing card games like bridge helps to improve your game in baccarat?One needs to have a sense of balance in life and I do not golf :)

No, both of those games are far more complex than Bac.

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