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A Simple Million Dollar System!

Just when we were confident that all Vegas casinos had gone to preshuffled cards, Flamingo switched back to REGULAR cards.

This may very well have been our own doing:

In early September we financed our MDB+ player so he could play high stakes. He was only playing blacks at 124 but he was still playing the highest units at the table - usually a full table.

And he did extremely well for 3 days straight - far better than anyone else at the table - but maybe a little too well.

He drew a comment from the pit boss:

"You don't bet very often but you certainly know exactly when to bet!"

So we go back this month and low and behold, the very same table had switched to REGULAR cards producing totally different shoes - not at all compatible with MDB+. Yet still highly playable - just NOT with MDB+.

Every shoe was strings of OTB4L mixed with strings of TB4L. No chop, no S40, no F.

A NOR player would have to know TB4L but still could not possibly keep up with all the switches.

Several days later one of our players called me to tell me that the same table was still producing this strange shoe type: TB4L run, OTB4L run, TB4L run, OTB4L run, etc. And yet other players elsewhere are reporting the same thing - the same shoe type.

This is not surprising to me at all: preshuffled (random) cards are just too easy to beat once the street players get used to it.

When P and B are running near equal the casino is setting itself up for a big hit.

Katchatz was right when he said that PvB net betting alone wins nearly every shoe with preshuffled cards..

Few street players know how to net bet - virtually none.

But they DO know how to bet Fibonacis and Martingales.

See, with regular cards you can't do that because P and B often have huge disparities with regular cards.

But with preshuffled, especially used preshuffled, we can depend on P and B to be close.

So a street player can pick either P or B and simply bet an up as you lose Fib or Marty and absolutely devastate the shoe.

I suspect that too many have figured this out.

BTW, I had also suspected that other casinos had also gone back to regular cards - Their shoes sure looked like it. They didn't follow anything even close to random. And I saw this OTB4L/TB4L shoe type at other casinos. They may very well ALL be abandoning preshuffled for all I know. In Vegas, all casinos basically follow the leader.

No, I'm not suggesting we start betting Martingales. Far too risky.

But I'd like to show you a simple way to devastate this popular shoe type while keeping your bets low and your play conservative.

No, we can't net bet TB4L vs OTB4L - the runs of each are far too long for that.

I considered putting this on the NOR forum but then reconsidered. I want MDB members to get their money's worth.

But, I'll tell the NOR members that this new system is available on the MDB forum and you guys can tell them how well you are doing with it. We don't have that many NOR only members left anyway. But I'd like ALL members to become MDB players so I don't have to divide my time. I'll put this much on both forums. This system is ridiculously simple and totally mechanical but HIGHLY effective.

The result is that you will be on EVERY run regardless whether it is ZZ, STraight or TT (BB PP BB PP). Such systems are extremely rare BTW. In fact I used to think such systems were impossible but then further research.....

Anyway here is exactly how it works:

Let's call it the O&T system: EVERYTHING we do in this system has a simple trigger - That is why it is purely mechanical.

OK, here we go!

I'll tell the MDB members exactly how to play this very simple system and then I'll show you how by posting one of our Flamingo shoes that hit +30 with a highest bet of 3 and in only 56 bets. NOR members need to join MDB to see this system in action.

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If they are going back to regular cards, why not just stick to NOR.

As I explained, the regular card shoe type we are seeing everywhere right now is runs of OTB4L and runs of TB4L. We aren't seeing any S40 or F. Just TB4L, OTB4L which is requiring far too many switches for NOR. Switches hurt NOR but O&T thrives on switches. As I mentioned, I don't know why casinos are going back to the same shoe type prevalent in the early '90s. I'm guessing they figure players have forgotten how to play this shoe type. And from what I saw, they're right. Players were losing like crazy against these shoes.

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Don't we have a system for that. I can see where I need to improve when one system didn't work nobody could figure out if it was going to switch or stay. Like the down and across method. I forgot how it goes.

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As I explained, the regular card shoe type we are seeing everywhere right now is runs of OTB4L and runs of TB4L. We aren't seeing any S40 or F. Just TB4L, OTB4L which is requiring far too many switches for NOR. Switches hurt NOR but O&T thrives on switches. As I mentioned, I don't know why casinos are going back to the same shoe type prevalent in the early '90s. I'm guessing they figure players have forgotten how to play this shoe type. And from what I saw, they're right. Players were losing like crazy against these shoes.

Post a sample shoe , of what we are seeing cuz I cant tell .

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