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Baccarat Streak-Swinging Strategy

Many offline casinos don’t allow Baccarat bettors to bet on both Banker and Player at the same time. At first thought you might think it rather odd and self-defeating to back both sides; I mean you’d be winning on one and losing on the other. And of course, you’d be losing commission on the winning portion of your Banker wager upon each Banker outcome.

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Stephen R. Tabone
March 15, 2020

The Best 3 Baccarat Strategies

Baccarat is a betting game best played using a strategy. There’re many Baccarat strategies to choose from. But if you were to ask me for my top three, I would have to choose Baccarat strategies that are:

  • Logical.
  • Easy to understand
  • Have the best possible chances of reducing the casinos house edge; meaning you have a strong likelihood of winning.

The whole concept of how to play Baccarat requires a strategy to be applied to the game. 

By
Stephen R. Tabone
March 13, 2018

4 Baccarat Trends for Online & Live Baccarat

Regular players will identify with that exciting buzz we feel when joining a live Baccarat table. We look at the dealer and think about a winning method we could put into action.

We’re aware not every single outcome we bet on can win thus we instinctively know we need to use a Baccarat strategy that’ll give us the best possible chance of trying to win more than we stand to lose.

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Stephen R. Tabone
February 22, 2018

Dragon 7 and Panda 8 Known Card Play at Baccarat

One of the most persistent and powerful methods used to beat baccarat has been to use the knowledge of the rank of exactly one card in the shoe, (see this post). A "known-card" AP patiently counts down the shoe until their card reaches the window where it is eligible to be dealt in the following round, that is, the card is one of the next six in the shoe.

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Eliot Jacobson Ph.D.
February 13, 2017

Edge Sorting in Baccarat, Update #1

Edge sorting in baccarat takes place when the player can observe the back of one or more cards before making his wager (see this post or this video for an introduction). If the player is able to sort the cards, then this knowledge allows the player to gain an edge. As I showed in this post, the ability to see one sorted card allows the player to gain an edge of 6.765% over the house.

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Eliot Jacobson Ph.D.
June 13, 2013

Phil Ivey -v- Crockfords

To bring you up to date, I was Ivey's expert witness in this case: that has been the primary cause of my reluctance to post over the last few months, and in particular my complete absence of posts over the last month. In case you live under a rock and haven't heard the news, Ivey lost the case.

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Eliot Jacobson Ph.D.
October 14, 2014