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Ok as i'm on the phone with my buddy Glenn Quizzical1 i realized if i played S40M3 like i always do i would have won +5 units by hand 12 that my friends is a $800 mistake because i decide to change what has been working for me that is the difference between S40M3 and S40M2 lesson learned!!!!

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Are you visiting the casino on the same days or the same times of day every time you visit? Because the shoes you are posting are quite consistent with one another. Until that changes I'd keep playing with what has been working with little to no fear. But the shoes will change eventually so be watchful.

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Hey Vic yes i go Mon Tues Wed between 11-1 seems to work best for me... i split time between Parx (commission) and Sugar House (EZ Bacc No Commission) have looked for S40M3 shoes and i liked the idea of mode 2 never having to be a 3 unit bet and i changed today...and well you know what happened i'm not sure why i changed but i did ugh paid the price

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Are you visiting the casino on the same days or the same times of day every time you visit? Because the shoes you are posting are quite consistent with one another. Until that changes I'd keep playing with what has been working with little to no fear. But the shoes will change eventually so be watchful.

I told Mike the same thing, Vic. Based on Ellis' experiences he posted there seems to be a pattern - easier shoes on M-Tu-W mornings than other times of the day, especially Fri / Sat nights.

Go Mike!

Regards,

Glenn

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

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Right, REGULAR cards are most consistent right after the table start up card prep which nearly always involves a wash. New regular cards usually favor OTB4L or 40. They are virtually never streaky with long ST runs but they favor ZZ and TT runs.

Again, I was able to win every trip and nearly every shoe to +20 by ONLY playing new cards at Gold Stike, Tunica for 3 years. I played every shoe from play 2 on and quickly decided between OTB4L and S40. It is easy to win when every shoe is virtually the same. I played U1D2 and only got to the 7 bet once in 3 years and STILL won the shoe. About 3 or 400 shoes altogether.

They stopped comping me for good after only 3 days. But there is a good motel close by.

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Hi Ellis, I hope you are well. I am trying to learn how to decide which strategy to use once I observe the OR count. Please see the attached score card. It shows the same shoe played in all 3 strategies. I orginally thought the OR count was telling me to play OTB4L, but after also applying SD40 I can see that I would have been wrong. Can you talk me thru how to interpret the OR count I have submitted today? Thank you. By the way, my training manual is great and I am learning a lot!!post-6876-1450026218749_thumb.jpg

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Hi BaccDJ126, I studied your losing shoe and ran both SD40M2 and SD40M3 side by side and it taught me that yes, what you said is true. It would have paid you to play mode 3 instead of mode 2. But what I don't understand is what would have told you to play mode 3? What are the indications in that shoe? I am new and learning and I am having trouble seeing that point. Can you please help me? Thank you so much!

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