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Interesting concept here and will need to look at it further. In blackjack hands of 18 or 19 are in a lot of cases, losing hands to the ever consistent hand of 20. In baccarat of course 19 (9) is always a winner or tie (never a loser), where as 18 (8) usually wins, but can be beaten by a natural 9 result. Similar principles can apply to both. In blackjack when the count is up there can be many 10's (high cards) around, so your chance of getting 18, 19, or 20 increases. In baccarat the same situation can arise, and hence more 7, 8's, and 9's which are normally winning hands in baccarat. So a hand following a natural could be a reasonable bet. Of course the question is which side? Also would be interesting to see how 10/9 and 10/8 naturals compare to 6/3, 7/2, 5/4 etc naturals. Another interesting aspect is if you look at results of 7/6, 8/7, 9/8, it is interesting to note how many of these results jump the next hand. 


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