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I have heard a lot of positive concerning RD1, sounds like it should be incorporated into my toolbox. I am trying to figure out how to add RD1 to my arsenal. Upon approaching a table at a casino what stands out and tells you to play RD1 vs Nor or TB4l. What tells you this is a RD1 shoe and not a sys40, F, OTB4L or TB4L. In other words, why should I play RD1 or add it to NOR. Replies would be greatly appreciated, thank you.

John

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Hi John,

RD1 works at its best when there are runs after runs, without sporadic 1s or 2s. Even though RD1 can handle 1s and 2s, ZZ and TT, it doesn't like them. It gets through them however you will win every other bet when playing ZZ or TT with RD1.

RD1 likes 1s and 2s BUT doesn't like them when they are together. For example, P435211212. It does not like 1,2,2,1 or the 1,2,1,2 sequences. In my opinion I have found the sweet spot to be U1D2M2.

When playing RD1 check to see what 1s are doing. Are there several opposites? or when you see them are they just sporadic and then you see repeats. If 1s are isolated then continue to bet repeats. In other words don't bet down under a 1 iar.

CT70

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That was an excellent explanation CT70. I'll have to keep my eye on you.

mrvegas618, Yes, RD1 was very good but we all prefer NOR for regular cards because it covers the whole waterfront.

But I don't recommended it for Vegas because most all of Vegas has gone to super random factory preshuffled cards.

I designed MDB+ to exploit the current Vegas game and my Vegas players improved it even more and are continuing to improve it.

We are enjoying a 95% shoe win rate against the Vegas touch game right now as we speak.

That is the highest win rate in the history of gambling - any game - by a country mile!

MDB+ is purely mechanical and easy to learn. You can learn it in an hour.

And that goes for ANYone reading this:

If you ever plan to step foot in Vegas, MDB+ is your system of choice.

Yes, NOR WAS doing very well in Vegas.

That is why they went to super random preshuffled cards. That defeats NOR.

BUT it leaves the door wide open for MDB+!

I take it, given your name, that you play Vegas.

Look mrvegas, everyone here on the MDB forum will tell you:

If you are going to play Vegas, for God's sake, play MDB+.

It has the highest win rate of all time.

The whole idea of MDB+ is to quickly raise your unit size as you win - as you can afford to.

So we keep the betting VERY low.

Most shoes your highest bet is 2 units

But some shoes you'll get to the 4 bet - or 3 if you prefer.

But why the hell would you bet 3 instead of 4 on a bet that has a 95% win rate???

You might start out with 3 but it won't be long before you realize you should be betting 4 for your highest bet - maybe even 5.

Ask the Vegas players here what they are averaging per shoe???

I think it's around 8 units but I haven't asked them lately.

They will tell you anything you want to know about their play. Where to play, When to play. How to play.

Look, if you are going to play Vegas anyway, this is the best opportunity in the history of gambling.

Your payback time is like ONE shoe - maybe 2. After that - pure profit.

Maybe 8 units doesn't sound like much but what if they are $1000 units??? or even $5000!

THINK about it - a very simple mechanical system that exploits the super randomness of CURRENT Vegas preshuffled cards.

And you'll get all the help you need right here from our Vegas players.

Not that you'll need a lot. You'll quickly see that it is simple and common sense.

You'll never get a better opportunity!

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Thanls for reviving the RD1 system.

I'm still learning it slowly its just that I'm thinking it may be better to play F system or NOR as they can account for all types of shoes but RD1 has a hard tome against some ones and twos being the the most common events

Although further testing and understanding may change my opinion.

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I have heard a lot of positive concerning RD1, sounds like it should be incorporated into my toolbox. I am trying to figure out how to add RD1 to my arsenal. Upon approaching a table at a casino what stands out and tells you to play RD1 vs Nor or TB4l. What tells you this is a RD1 shoe and not a sys40, F, OTB4L or TB4L. In other words, why should I play RD1 or add it to NOR. Replies would be greatly appreciated, thank you.

John

Good to see some conversation using words like " toolbox"

Because sometimes just a hammer ( U2Hi) won't do, a screwdriver can't keep you from being screwed ( MDB+), and even the the best crescent wrench ever invented ( NOR) leaves you perplexed and dealing with smaller nuts....

Plain and simple, sometimes you just need a little WD-40 to get you through the shoe...

Because like they used to say in Wickes' home improvement/ hardware store ads:

"WE GOT THE MESSAGE, MR. SIGOLOFF!"

(So if I ever mention again about what happens when there is no more Ellis, now you'll know what I'm talking about...)

At least, in a toolbox-sort-of-way...

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