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Great stuff, Canada B

 

For me, I am going to call it BACCARAT HVAC

( HVAC is a common term we likely all know, refers to your home’s , your apartment’s, your wherever-U-live …

                  - HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING 

Because,  we all Live-and-breathe in the world of Baccarat 

   
(H)ORIZONTAL,

(V)ERTICAL, AND ‘ (A)ctual (C)onditions ( currently in play within the shoe we are in…) 

CB…This is an extremely valuable concept. And to put it into a “ visual” , for all to see and understand , I have asked Keith for his help to memorialize it…

Call it what you want to. 
( this not in your playbook? Good-luck with that…) 

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CanadaBacc and Keith the horizontal and vertical way of playing is definitely a different approach of follow the shoe. I have played follow the shoe with a limited amount of success and i am looking forward to see more of these type of videos exploring how to play baccarat.

Could you have a follow up video on a more difficult shoe where there is a multiple # of 1's, 2's and 3's in the early part of the shoe and lets see how  follow the shoe navigates these different type of baccarat shoes?

Keep up the great work CanadaBacc and Keith!

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HIT-Rate ( why’s that?)

once you can ‘win- more-than-you-lose” consistently ( hoping I don’t have to explain) …. Work towards getting  your session win/hit -rate around 54-56-58-60+% FLAT-BETTING

                                   Then, and only then,  experiment with a mild progression …

 

AND THE MOMENT YOU SEE IT AIN’T WORKING?

Go back to square1

                                                                         (Rinse and Repeat)

 

IF YOU  CANNOT WIN FLAT-BETTING ? Then what would you choose a progression thinking it would help overcome the inevitable ?
 

                                                          ( That’s where U Lose….) 

 

 

Oops, I said it again. ( and she got in a lot of trouble…) 

 

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Hello again old friends! I have been away for the last couple of years because i have been unemployed and short on money. It has been rough.. The first thing i will do when my economy gets better is to rejoin this fantastic club. I have really missed it!

 

I just wanted to say i really like this Vertical and Horizontal approach with the 221 money management. When the VH approach doesn't call for a bet, i check the most recent common and the current bias and decide to make a bet or wait. Today's practise session online, i made 47 units and the biggest bet was 13 units.

So far the string of uncrossed numbers haven't been long. I suspect that the HV approach keep the negative variance low, but i need to test more shoes.

Cheers!

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Hey Fedda-

 Want to win in the casino? Baccarat, just like life, can prove to be a slippery-slope.

                —But we are indeed fortunate that we have so many resources on the forum can help us figure-things-out.

                               - If we just open our minds…not just to the possibilities…but to the HOW-TO/WHEN-TO

 

( might not be the next best thing to ‘ sliced bread” , or even WONDER BREAD, but You want to win in the casino? So far, nobody has stepped up to show me something better…) 

 

welcome back !! and if I can help you, let me know…

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On 1/13/2022 at 9:12 AM, trillion said:

CanadaBacc and Keith the horizontal and vertical way of playing is definitely a different approach of follow the shoe. I have played follow the shoe with a limited amount of success and i am looking forward to see more of these type of videos exploring how to play baccarat.

Could you have a follow up video on a more difficult shoe where there is a multiple # of 1's, 2's and 3's in the early part of the shoe and lets see how  follow the shoe navigates these different type of baccarat shoes?

Keep up the great work CanadaBacc and Keith!

 

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Hi Fedda,

I would be very interested how you play follow the shoe. I have been playing FTS very successfully for a few years.

If you play it properly, you don't have to rely on any system, as we know systems can't work, because the shoe changes so often.

No system can factor in those changes. With FTS, it unfolds in front of you. You can immediately see the change happening and you

can adjust your play accordingly. Let me know how you play FTS.

Cheers

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Hello CanadaBacc and Keith, I wanted to ask you what to do in this situation: BBB P BB P B PP BIn this case I have the horizontal confirmation but not the vertical one. Is it right to play Player or is it better to skip the hand? Thanks, Massimo

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@Max66 I'd go with player for this reason.

1. O4 and O7 have a great bias (07 is less important here IMHO because we don't have a lot of shoe history at this point and the event lengths are < 3). 

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