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Hi guys,

Like your views on the importance of having capital...employing NOR especially for newbies

The reason I asked is most of us playing bac may not even has 100k or even 10k as bankroll and wondered if this will be a drawback to overcome the learning curve:confused:

pipecub

You don't need any money whatsoever to learn, the worst thing you could do is play for real money in the casino or online until you learn.

When you say 100k I assume you're saying $100,000 ? After you learn the game and how to play you don't need anywhere near this amount as your starting bankroll.

Where are you from?

Norm A

FOLLOW THE SHOE

WHEN IN DOUBT WAIT IT OUT

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Hi guys,

Like your views on the importance of having capital...employing NOR especially for newbies

The reason I asked is most of us playing bac may not even has 100k or even 10k as bankroll and wondered if this will be a drawback to overcome the learning curve:confused:

Pipecub,

When I first joined up here, I worked and practiced until I was convinced I finally had a viable plan to hit the table.

Well, practice is practice and "real money" is another thing.

However, I felt pretty well prepared and opened an online account with a $200 (40 x $5 units) deposit.

If 40 units couldn't work, I'd just start over.

It worked and then some.

So, the answer to your question is NO, you do not need 10K to play baccarat.

You do need to study and practice until you can see it sideways in your sleep!

MVS

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All of these terms you hear on the internet like "risk of ruin", "lifetime bankroll reqd", "100 unit buyins" are terms scammers invented to give them enough time to get out of town before you figure out they taught you a bunch of crap. Most of the members here went through that phase. But hopefully you were warned in time.

Here is a winning plan whether Bac or BJ or preferably both.:

1. Quit playing until we teach you how to play.

2. Practice on your kitchen table (it's a whole lot cheaper) until you can beat your kitchen table.

3. Learn how to do a meaningful table selection search so you know how to start at a winning table.

4. Once you carefully select your first table, start small because you are likely to make some mistakes. You aren't playing your kitchen table anymore.

5. Don't have goals. Play opportunities for whatever they are worth and however long they last.

6. Leave losing tables quickly. Do not fight city hall.

7. It is not about heroically challenging tough tables. It is about finding the easy tables.

8. Play under the radar. Don't draw attention to yourself.

9. At 100 units, raise your unit but very tentatively.

10. Keep records.

Your first job is to win back your tuition money. Many do that their first day - some their first shoe.

How? By following the advice I just gave you.

It is not about how much money you have. It is about keeping whatever money you do have and adding to it.

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pipecub

You don't need any money whatsoever to learn, the worst thing you could do is play for real money in the casino or online until you learn.

When you say 100k I assume you're saying $100,000 ? After you learn the game and how to play you don't need anywhere near this amount as your starting bankroll.

Where are you from?

Thanks MVS,

Is there an online site for Baccarat you prefer over another?

Regards,

Glenn

"Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine per cent perspiration...do your homework" Thomas A. Edison

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All of these terms you hear on the internet like "risk of ruin", "lifetime bankroll reqd", "100 unit buyins" are terms scammers invented to give them enough time to get out of town before you figure out they taught you a bunch of crap. Most of the members here went through that phase. But hopefully you were warned in time.

Here is a winning plan whether Bac or BJ or preferably both.:

1. Quit playing until we teach you how to play.

2. Practice on your kitchen table (it's a whole lot cheaper) until you can beat your kitchen table.

3. Learn how to do a meaningful table selection search so you know how to start at a winning table.

4. Once you carefully select your first table, start small because you are likely to make some mistakes. You aren't playing your kitchen table anymore.

5. Don't have goals. Play opportunities for whatever they are worth and however long they last.

6. Leave losing tables quickly. Do not fight city hall.

7. It is not about heroically challenging tough tables. It is about finding the easy tables.

8. Play under the radar. Don't draw attention to yourself.

9. At 100 units, raise your unit but very tentatively.

10. Keep records.

Your first job is to win back your tuition money. Many do that their first day - some their first shoe.

How? By following the advice I just gave you.

It is not about how much money you have. It is about keeping whatever money you do have and adding to it.

professor i have got a question

"how can we avoid the radar when people see you keep wining at a table attention will be draw to your table?"

there is rumors of people who holding a score card will win alot just follow them

"what are the better ways to keep record and get under the radar?"

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