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ok guys,

I'm not talking about turning 1k to 10k in a month..maybe some of you guys pull it off perhaps even more..should one have expectations when applying NOR how much one should win?

Hello pipecub, I'll be realistic with you. "Read my lips". I needed to prove to the wife that NOR+ worked! she did not believe that I could win money consistently at the casino. Here's what I did.

Showed her that I would do a refresh start at $300.00 and she monitored t my bank account to verify that I was being honest...lol. Then...

In less than 6 weeks, I showed her $7,800 in CASH! and she hardly knew I was even playing cuz I played NOR+ hit n run style. She was astonished to say the least... Amazed.

Now she can't wait to kick me out of the house to go make more money.

NOR /NOR+ work! and there are other systems on the horizon.

I can honestly say that you will go through a heftily learning curve studying and becoming a great player, this takes time. You will not regret becoming a member of the best baccarat players in the world.

Welcome.

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Thinking in terms of return on investment or more bang for your buck. There are several options on how to go about this.

First develop the skills needed to become a great player. What good are you if you can't walk out the casino with the money.

or take a stop loss. Do you get mad and double down.

Are you the type to lose it all and whip out more money when the time comes.

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Congratulations on your success.

How did you incorporate stop loss, decade and half decade in your playing strategy?

Played NOR+ stop loss was at -12, stop win not half decade, my target was +5 or greater and when I was above +5 I would not risk a bet to take it lower. If I was +11or higher, didn't let it go below +10, at +16 or higher, didn't let it go below +15, using 5 unit increments. It is possible that I could have made more money by playing for higher target, but as I have mentioned that I've seen NOR give back my winning so I tightened up my stop.

I'd rather win smaller more consistent than pushing the envelope

This requires strong discipline

I recommend that you record your wins with a spreadsheet or poker app on an iPad this gives you mental targets that are realistic and monitors your success and you may see changes depending on your notes.

Another recommendation is to take your bankroll and divide into five session rolls and then decide by unit buy in units to arrive at your unit bet. If you should lose a session roll, then you have 4 session rolls left... STOP ! Now, use the same equation as I meant ironed above to reset to a lower unit size. THISIS VERY IMPORTANT TO YOUR BANKROLL SURVIVAL. Don't worry if this happens, you are likely able to rebuild and go beyond higher then you were before losing the first session roll.

ALSO VERY IMPORTANT -- PAY YOURSELF AS YOU MAKE MONEY- I draw out 15 to 20% of my net winnings and deposit into my savings and chequing accounts on a regular basis. You need to reward yourself for your hard work as your bankroll grows and changes.

I've paid for my vacations with this money.and you can too.

Best wishes to all

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ok guys,

I'm not talking about turning 1k to 10k in a month..maybe some of you guys pull it off perhaps even more..should one have expectations when applying NOR how much one should win?

Again: It is best to have no expectations and no plan except to play opportunities when they come for the most you can make and don't play when they don't come. Easier said than done.

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This requires strong discipline

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Thanks for the insight into stop loss and cash management as your winning streaks have been impressive. Glad that NOR+ works so well for you.

One of the things I've learned from this forum is the difference between a gambler a player and a professional. Application of knowledge and discipline separates the three. I consider you to be a professional.

As Ellis points out play what that shoe will give you. So I will use your stop loss and cash management rules as guidance more so than direction. This will definitely help. Also like your idea of keeping notes of session results to monitor your discipline and situational awareness.

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NOR is first a question of study and practice at home until you are totally clear on selecting the right system in the right mode. You are far better off selecting mode via the OR count rather than the 3rd bet rule.

Then it is a question of only playing the right tables in the casino. This calls for hitting the right casinos at the right time. You want strongly biased tables.

From there highly disciplined cash mgt. can make you a good living.

This is for highly disciplined professionally oriented people.

The first step of being a professional is to start thinking like a professwional.

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