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Something I've been noticing at Parx Casino lately as well as Sugar house Casino both in Philadelphia Pa. I've been noticing a TB4LM2/3 as i call it lol. i walked in last night sat down and basically followed the table i bought in for 500 so 10 units at 50.00 i set my goal at 7 units and played 9 hands and won 380 and 7 units and i got up in the middle of the bank run basically 3P 6B and left now that may not sound like a lot but let me put this in perspective to you i live in NJ approx an hour from Atlantic City and 45 mins from Parx Casino I Left my house at 1245pm i DJed at Ballys Beach Bar on the Beach in Atlantic City from 3-7 Drove 90 mins to my 2nd DJ job from 9-11 and i would have gotten home about 12am almost a 12 hour day and my salary for the day was 425.00...i played Baccarat for 9 hands less than 15 minutes in and out and won 380. Ever since ive changed the way ive played at these 2 casinos and adapted a TB4LM2/3 Strategy i haven't lost in 12 trips and totaled 84 units. I had a Discipline problem when i started with you and i listened to every word Ellis told me and i don't know how it happened the old me would have rode that streak till it ended the new disciplined goal setting me has consistently said this is how many units I'm winning and i will leave no matter what when i hit the goal. And i'll be damned I think I'm on my way to becoming a professional player. I truly believe mastering the discipline aspect of playing Baccarat will not only make me a better player but make me a consistent winner as well!!! I hope this helps the new people because i was a new NOR player not too long ago!!!

Mike

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Well said.

Discipline is 80% of the game. Moreover, it is harder to learn than the game itself.

Stop loss and win gain are very important words and we shouldn't enter a casino unless you have set both in your mind. Stop loss should not be altered no matter what. However win gain may be modified slightly as long as you stick to the half decade rule.

CT70

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BDJ learning what we all have had to to to survive...

Two hardest things in a casino:

Quit when you're losing.

Quit when you're winning.

The part about the TBL comment SHOULD NOT be overlooked...originally, many of us learned NOR without it...

That's why it eventually got added in....even though S40 and F might have seemed to take care of things, getting in on TBL " tells" early helps you get in on both 1111111 biases, 212121 and 121212 patterns, and long, frequent streaks even mid shoe, and ride them if they continue, or get off when the horse gets winded...

TBL " methods" been around a long, long time.....

Likely the Steve-ster covering this well in NOR boot camps, for those of us just joined the baccarat militia, and those of us trying to hold out for 20 years...

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What TBL comment are you referring to?

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Maybe the TBL M2/M3 about his new method of play.

Funny I was actually thinking of writing a post about money management, BR, and discipline and how to use it to turn someone into a hobby player or a full time pro player.

I'll start with this quote from Einstein:

“Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it ... he who doesn't ... pays it.â€

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What TBL comment are you referring to?

CT70

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TB4LM2/3

4-5 years ago, the dawning of the Age of Aquarius was long in our rear-view mirror, but everyday discussions of to TBL, or not to TBL, now that was still a question ...

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Wow only 80% of the game I think it may be a bit closer to 100% of the game. !!!!

You can tell the winners and honest players by how many times they admit they lost 
not by how many times they say they won.

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Maybe the TBL M2/M3 about his new method of play.

Funny I was actually thinking of writing a post about money management, BR, and discipline and how to use it to turn someone into a hobby player or a full time pro player.

I'll start with this quote from Einstein:

“Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it ... he who doesn't ... pays it.â€

Very good idea! Can't wait ^^

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