Guest Posted October 10, 2013 Report Share Posted October 10, 2013 I'm working up to a major Marketing campaign proposal that will involve all of us.And there is good money in it for everyone who wants to participate!So I've been studying the competition to help design a Marketing approach.But you guys likely know more about that than I do.What I'd like you to do is post here about any Baccarat sites or systems you may have found that sound plausible - that you feel are in competition with us.I would describe BTC in a word as a forum that teaches how to play Baccarat successfully W/O betting over 5 or 6 units.I'm not seeing any competition in that category. Maybe you know of some.I've been told that Baccaratforums has shut down so I ran a search and this seems to be true. This does not surprise me.They've been going downhill ever since I left. But they could never even come up with their own system.I know about Silverthorn but he has been totally discredited. In fact betting an up as you lose Fibonaci was totally discredited back in the '80s. And he never even told you which side to bet.There are several so called Baccarat system sellers that don't tell you which side to bet. Those aren't even systems. A system is a betting strategy combined with a side selection strategy.One prominent Asian school for $7000 teaches you how to bet a Martingale. They don't tell you which side to bet either. But they warn you about negative spirits lurking in the casino.What's a Martingale? 1 2 4 8 16 32 64. That's as high as you can go within the table limit betting $100 units. And you have to bet black or you will never pay for your system. Every bet you win you win ONE unit. But if a 7 iar pops up, you lose 127 units. How often does that happen? Once every 4 shoes.Another Asian school copied my SAP system verbatim. But then once you get your weighted SAP chart set upthey tell you to bet that the weak events will catch up! I'm sure the casinos LOVE those guys.There are a few Labuchere, or however you spell it, systems out there but none have a good selection system to go with it and their bets get too high to boot.We had our own Maverick leave BTC to sell his own system. That didn't fly very long. He wasn't the first.I'm interested in their pricing and what they basically advertize.It seems to me that $7000 is a common price these days.What are you guys seeing out there? Do I have ANY competition anymore? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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