- Baccarat-CheatSheets

# Player, Bankers & Proposition Bets

**So, you want to BET Banker/Player and a Proposition Bet…Here is what I do. **

Many times, I have been asked, "so what is the CheatSheet? My answer has always been "it a Bet Selection Card that works with any strategy as long AS you have good money management skills and know your risk tolerance level. Here's the proof.

**I’ll try to keep it simple…**

On my PCS Card I have several options to choose from and Ties are just one.

On my card there are 15 possible hands out of 48 where a tie will frequently hit. So, if I flat bet each one and none hit I lose $75. if just 1 hit, I win $40 plus my $5 bet ($45) I lose $30. Now if two hit I am up $90 - $65 for losing bets. Net $25.

Using the attached bead board there are 7 ties. PCS Card would have identified 5.

So again, total of 15 possibilities cost $75 using $5 bets

5 wins x 8=40 x $5 bets = $200 - $50 lose bets = $150

profit.

**Now let's get a little aggressive…**

On my PCS Card I have several options to choose from and Ties are just one.

On my card there are 15 possible hands out of 48 where a tie will hit. So, now I’m going to progressive bet. Increasing my bet $5 until it hits, if none hit I lose $725.

Using the attached bead

board there are 7 ties, the PCS Card would have identified 5.

So again, a total of 15 possibilities cost $725 using $5 bets doubling up on each until it hits and then starting the process all over.

1st hit $40 4th hit $80

2nd hit $280 5th hit 200

3rd hit $120

$665 gross win - $135 loses= $530 net winnings

Of course, every shoe is not going to be exactly like this one. But there will be more winners than losers.

Let’s look at Player/Banker bets.

**Now Player/Banker Bets**

On my PCS Card 48 hands with percentages derived from my 900 documented live Baccarat shoes I played. That’s 43,000 hands. Each hand will have a percentage for the number of times a Player appeared, and a Banker appeared. Here I will be using a D’Alembert Strategy. (on my website you’ll see 4-5 different strategies I tested with the PCS Card) I’ll be using $25 bets in this example. While the card does have a post Tie table, I won’t be using it in this example. When a Tie appears, I will skip the next 3 hands. Also, I use hand 26 as a stop loss trigger. If by the time I reach -10 units, I quit. In this example I am up $125 at hand 26. At the same time, my Tie bets equal $515.

Let's keep going. Ok at the end Player/Banker is at a -25. So,if I would have stuck to my 10 unit stop lose at hand 35, I would have won $125. So, you can see the importance of Risk/Reward and Money Management. Use this Beadboard to test your own strategy.