gman72 Posted April 15, 2014 Report Share Posted April 15, 2014 I always take my table selection seriously when I first get to the casino. I walk around the baccarat pit, which is usually 4-8 tables open depending on the time day, and look for the best bias to exploit or at least the best one with a seat open. This is easier said than done, because itâ€™s always crowded at any time of the day or week at my local casino, even with the multiple tables. But usually once Iâ€™ve settled in, Iâ€™m in for a while, as long as I donâ€™t hit a stop loss too quickly. But as I get more and more in to this idea of a +5 win target per shoe, I see it possibly more as a hit a run strategy that would be better off played standing behind and moving on quickly after the +5 hit looking for the next table/bias to exploit. At least you donâ€™t have to worry about finding a seat when itâ€™s crowded. This type of play is pretty common at my local casino, because despite their being 9 betting spots, with the chairs, it usually only accommodates 7 players comfortably, so there is usually one or two betting spots open that people standing behind bet on.Up to this point I have not played this way, because I was focused on getting a seat and keeping up with my scorecard. But the more I think about it, it wouldnâ€™t be too difficult to keep a scorecard while standing. Has anyone done this or doing it currently? Iâ€™d be curious to know how itâ€™s working out for you.Where I play, a lot of players move around from table to table making bets, holding their chips in their hand as they move around. The floor doesnâ€™t seem to give them a hard time. Is that common at most casinos? Iâ€™ve been to a lot of other casinos, Iâ€™ve just not played baccarat until this past year, so not sure how everyone handles this type of play. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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