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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.



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