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howardz

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Here's a method that I used to make money at Baccarat, but could possibly work on E/C's for roulette or craps.  You only need to win ONE OUT OF TEN parlay attempts to have a net win for a series! :shout:

You may us it online (RNG) or at live tables.  Make sure to only use a reputable online casino when playing RNG.  I personally use 5DIMES (both live webcam and RNG), but as long as the casino you use is honest, you have a reasonable chance to win in the long-term.

10 bet levels to parlay: L1 = 1 unit, L2 = 1 unit, L3 = 1 unit, L4 = 2 units, L5 = 2 units, L6 = 3 units, L7 = 4 units, L8 = 6 units, L9 = 8 units, L10 = 10 units. 

Total session bankroll required = 38 units.  Session Target = 20 - 25 units.

For more aggressive players, you may decide to double your unit size after a session loss (76 unit session bankroll).  Resume betting original unit size after recouping any prior session losses.

Parlay all 1st wins - if ANY parlay at ANY level is successful (i.e., 2 consecutive wins), you will be in profit: start betting sequence over and return to Level 1.
ALWAYS double 1st bet in sequence after winning TWO CONSECUTIVE parlays.  ALWAYS start at Level 2 on the SAME side following 1st sequence loss.

Bet selection: Choose either Player or Banker for 1st wager - Switch sides after moving up 2 levels in the parlay sequence.  Therefore, ALWAYS switch sides at Level 3, Level 5, Level 7, and Level 9.

Lets assume $5 per unit for the example below:

Assume you select Banker and lose Level 1 ($5) and lose Level 2 ($5): Total Net Loss = $10

As per rules stated above, switch sides and bet Player for Level 3 and Level 4: lose Level 3 ($5) and Level 4 ($10): Total Net Loss = $10 + $15 = $25

As per rules stated above, switch sides and bet Banker for Level 5 for $10 and WIN $9.50 (5% commission).  Bet Parlay on Banker = $19 and WIN $18 (5% commission of $.95 rounded down to nearest $.25).  You have just won the Parlay for $9.50 + $18 = $27.50.

You lost 4 out of 6 bets, but still have a net profit of $2.50 for the Entire Game!

Bet $5 on Banker (Level 1) and Banker loses. Next bet = Level 2 on Banker.

ALWAYS start at Level 2 on the SAME side following 1st sequence loss.

Bet $5 on Banker (Level 2) and continue wagering according to the rules.


Example 2:  Assume you select Player for 1st bet for Level 1.

Bet $5 on Player and WIN $5.  Bet Parlay on Player = $10 and WIN $10.   Parlay win = $5 + $10 = $15.
 
Bet $5 on Player and WIN $5.  Bet Parlay on Player = $10 and TIE Wins = Push..  Rebet $10 on Player and WIN $10.   Parlay win = $5 + $10 = $15.

Total Net Win = $30.

As per rules stated above, double 1st bet in sequence after winning two consecutive parlays.

Bet $10 on Player and WIN $10.  Parlay Bet on Player = $20 and WIN $20.  Parlay win = $10 + 20 = $30.

Bet $10 on Player and WIN $10.  Parlay Bet on Player = $20 and WIN $20.  Parlay win = $10 + 20 = $30.

Total Net Win for Sequence = $90 ($30 + $30 + $30).

As per rules stated above, double 1st bet in sequence after winning two consecutive parlays.

Bet $20 on Player and WIN $20.  Parlay Bet on Player = $40 and LOSE.

Note: You only lose $20 in the last parlay attempt, NOT $40 (I.E. You won $20 on 1st bet and lost $40 on the parlay bet).

Total Net Win For The Entire Game = $90 - $20 = $70.

ALWAYS start at Level 2 on the SAME side following 1st sequence loss.

Bet $5 on Player (Level 2) and continue wagering according to the rules.

Please note that even if you would have initially selected Banker (instead of Player) during this sequence you would have still made a profit:  Let's prove it using the same results (Nine Players, One Banker, and One Tie) :

Level 1: Bet $5 on Banker and LOSE $5 (I.E., Player Hand Beats Banker Hand).  .
 
Level 2: Bet $5 on Banker and LOSE $5 (I.E., Player Hand Beats Banker Hand).   

Total Net Loss for Sequence = $10.

As per rule above, switch sides after moving up 2 levels in the parlay sequence.  Therefore, ALWAYS switch sides at Level 3, Level 5, Level 7, and Level 9.

Level 3: Bet $5 on Player and WIN $5.  Bet Parlay on Player = $10 and WIN $10.   Parlay win = $5 + $10 = $15.
 
Bet $5 on Player and WIN $5.  Bet Parlay on Player = $10 and TIE Wins = Push..  Rebet $10 on Player and WIN $10.   Parlay win = $5 + $10 = $15.

Total Net Win for Sequence = $30.

As per rules stated above, double 1st bet in sequence after winning two consecutive parlays:

Bet $10 on Player and WIN $10.  Parlay Bet on Player = $20 and LOSE. 

Note: You only lose $10 in the last parlay attempt, NOT $20 (I.E. You won $10 on 1st bet and lost $20 on the parlay bet).

Total Net Win for the Entire Game = $30 - $10 - $10 = $10.

ALWAYS start at Level 2 on the SAME side following 1st sequence loss.

Bet $5 on Player (Level 2) and continue wagering according to the rules, etc.

My experience shows that if you keep betting the same pattern over and over again, you will usually lose.  There are no guarantees, but the switching pattern seems to work best on baccarat because there are no zeros to overcome, and all ties are a push.   Additionally,  Streaks of Banker and Player occur very often in Baccarat - This method is designed to take advantage of the streaks.  Therefore, I had no problem winning, despite the 5% commission charged on banker wins.

You may substitute Player/Banker for Red/Black (roulette) and Pass/Don't Pass (craps), respectively using this method.  HOWEVER, MY TESTING THUS FAR SHOWS THIS METHOD TO WORK MOST CONSISTENTLY WITH BACCARAT.  The next most consistent results were with Craps, with Roulette providing the least consistent results.

Finally, I have usually been able to recoup any single session loss within the next two sessions playing Baccarat.

Good luck! :)

P.S.  Don't forget that 38 units is the MAXIMUM you can lose in one regular session, or lose a MAXIMUM of 76 units using the aggressive bankroll session.  The only way this happens is by never winning one parlay wager for the entire session.   







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Re: Unique Parlay Method for Even Chances
November 05, 2015, 11:52:54 PM
Thanks for posting.

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ausguy

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Howardz - howdy once more. I'm just reviewing your plays & writing down the core points prior to testing.

1st a question to clarify my test  betting. On a series of losses we move up the progression line is that correct ? Say 5 losses we would then be shooting for a win at L6, is that correct ? I realise the switch sides thingo has been changed from 2 plays to 3 plays. 

Plus any win to reset back to L1 needs a win & a parlay win is that correct ? A win & a parlay loss What do you do then ? Stay at that same level & try for a win & a Parlay win ?

Now a few suggestions. With your written number amount losses write them with a minus sign in front like this -$20 Not like loss is $20. It just makes it easier to pick up on what's happenning with the money flow.

When you made the changes it was difficult to see where they were ? As your messages just said reread the post. What would be good is to leave the original way and add the revised way underneath with a notifyer saying these are the changes, EITHER TYPE THEM IN CAPITALS [bor use bold up there via the print option menu.b]

I've got a few bacc sessions here from Party Casino live deaeler @ 2 GBP min. The bet sheet I have handy here is from July this year. The bet sheet 1st page has 132 bet lines on it in a series of columns. I just ran with Player fixed & a straight Martingale progression to L6 @ BR 126 GBP.  I'm in OZ & we have dollars but due to a currency misunderstanding I ran with GBP & once you have that currency in the account set up then that's what you have to run with.

I tried to change it but they RED FLAGGED ME. The exchange rate is near double going over = $100 = 50 GBP but I've had some reasonable wins so 500 GBP gives me around $1,000 AUD, so a big extra bonus with that & I ain't complaining 1 little bit.

Back to my bacc bet sheet I used stop losses after 3 B2B (back to back) losses. I then switched to Stop loss betting "V" = virtual betting. This stops further losses on a run of loss strings. A "V" win is the trigger for the next money bet, so to profit it does need 2 B2B wins = the "V" win & the money bet win. With the L6 progression you get 3 goes at "V" betting. Any switch back series of results will kill you. Such as like this LLL L4. "V" bet W money bet L, L5 "V" bet W money bet L, L6 "V" bet win money bet L.

These outcomes will either send you bust or put a big dent in the BR depending how much in profit you had within the session ? You would have to be extremely unlucky to get 3 B2B switch back losses ?

On the positive side the "V" bets save you in this scenario  LLL L4 "V" bet LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL "V" win & L4 money win. Most straight up betting plays would be bust half way through all those losses.

My bet sheet has a running profit of +108 GBP @ 132 bet lines in 1 1/2 hours of play. Bacc is a fair bit faster than roulette. Comparing the 2, Party roulette would go about 98 spins in 1 1/2 hours VS Bacc's 132, so bacc has 34 more betting events in the same time window. Both games have a 2 unit minimum table option.

It will be interesting to test run your plays & then get a direct comparison as to which method makes the most money ?

Over a longish session, say 4 1/2 hours bacc would have around 100 more bets than roulette. The bottom line should reflect that ? A classic example that time is money.

As to moving your post to the correct topic section & in your case the BACC section this is normal practice that the MODS do. Makes sense for later reference for 1 & all.

I was just about to send this off when I saw your forum email notifyer = FINAL CORRECTION. I'm summarizing all this in a pad book I have, so no sweat as I'll wait for your reply to this PM & then should have every right prior to testing.

Regards - ausguy


 

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It will be interesting to test run your plays & then get a direct comparison as to which method makes the most money ?

 

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