"How to bet Banker only and come out ahead on the long run"
BB - Banker Baccarat System
by Izak Matatya
Every casino game has a house edge, since every game is designed in such a way to make the casino win over the long run. In Baccarat, the house edge is 1.06% on the banker bet, 1.24% on the player bet, and 14.36% on the tie. Since your bet is returned to you on a Tie decision if you were betting on Banker or Player, then let's only compare Player versus Banker bets.
The house edge is less on Banker bets than Player bets. Why is it so? Because of the third card drawing rules, on the long run, there are simply more Baccarat decisions than Player decisions. This is not always the case taking each shoe individually, as there may be more Player decisions overall than Banker within a single shoe. However, once we gather statistics over say more than 20-30 shoes, we see that the number of Banker decisions seems to always exceed the number of Player decisions.
Does that mean that we have a flat bet advantage if we always bet Banker? No, and this is because the 5% commission taken over Banker bet wins. Let's see what happens within the 600 shoes of the Zumma book tester. There are 20825 Banker decisions versus 20182 Player decisions overall, meaning that there are 643 more Banker decisions than Player decisions. Multiple random sampling over 600 shoes also shows results ranging from 300 to 1200 more Banker decisions than Player decisions.
Let's take the Zumma case and see what happens if one would bet one unit flat on Banker all the time, assuming our flat bet unit consists of one black chip or $100. For every Banker win, the casino would charge you 5% commission, so one would win $95 on each Banker bet lose $100 on each Player bet, since we are betting Banker only. Since there are 20,825 Banker wins, one would win $95 X 20,825 = $1,978,375 and lose 20,182 X $100 = $2,018,200, thus lose $39,825.
So, flat betting on Player only in Baccarat is not a winner, since there are always more Banker decisions on the long run and flat betting on Banker only is also not a winner, because of the 5% commissions. Do we give up and say, the casino always will have an advantage, no matter what we do? Well, I'm not the kind of guy who gives up so easily. So, here I am to present you the new BB (Banker Baccarat) system, which will bet on Banker only all the time and on all decisions without skipping one and will still come out ahead with almost the same amount of units as the difference of Banker decisions minus the Player decisions, as though there were no commissions.
BB is a brand new discovery on how to handle Baccarat Banker win commissions without having to go into any kind of steep progression. In fact, the highest bet you will ever place is 23 units. You can bet any unit size from $10 up to any table limit, i.e. $10,000 and win as many whole units as the difference between the overall Banker decisions and Player decisions.
The system is fully tested over any environment. For the 600 Zumma shoes, one makes about 639 whole units. Betting $100 unit size, one will make exactly: $63,981, as there are 643 more Banker decisions than Player decisions. Betting $10 units, one makes $5779. All test results with different unit sizes will be included in separate files for your convenience, calculating each and every bet for every single decision for 41,007 decisions.
Total drawdown for 600 shoes: 8 units (from the first to the last shoe). Total bankroll required (session/lifetime): 50 units. Your session drawdown will never exceed those 50 units. Those are parameters playable by all. My continuous research tries to optimize systems by reducing the highest bet ever and the session bankroll needed.
The system covers all Baccarat betting conditions. At some places, one can bet only with $5 incremental bets. The system shows you what to do in those cases, too.
The system is very simple to learn and to use. If you can do very simple arithmetic, then the system will generate profits for you endlessly. Unlike many other systems, the more you use BB, the more you will profit. You can nearly predict the results of the system, simply by looking how many more Banker decisions you had over Player within multiple shoes.
Yes, if you had more Player decisions within a shoe, such as say 4 more Players than Banker, you will be at -4 units for that shoe. But BB is not a shoe by shoe profit making system. It simply gives you an advantage over the long run to make gradual profits, as the number of Banker decisions exceeds Player decisions, and they surely do, as this is the way the game has been designed.
If you think, this kind of system is what you can use and make slow and gradual profits with it over many years to come, then it's a good system for you, no matter what budget you have.
The system goes for $125, as it is simply excellent and beats the casino on the long run. You can have a printout with regular air mail delivery for $5 extra for printing, shipping and handling.
Here is the performance chart of the system for Zumma shoes for 32,000 decisions, using $100 units:
A nice increasing profit trend is prevalent.
An email delivery of the system is only $125. You can have a printout with regular air mail delivery for $10 extra for printing, shipping and handling. The system document is only 10 easy to read pages, containing your magic and secret formulae. Your satisfaction is fully guaranteed. You can ask for a refund within 30 days of your purchase, no questions asked, no strings attached, totally unconditionally, if you feel the system doesn't deliver what it states.
Frequently Asked Questions on BB - Banker Baccarat System
by Izak Matatya
There have been numerous questions on the system and I'd like to share with you my answers.
I just skimmed your newsletter describing the new BB system. While it sounds ingenious in design and conception, I am frankly puzzled as to how one could make any real money long term. There are shoes in Zumma, wherein the "Player" decisions outnumber the "Banker"
decisions by a 60% to 40% ratio. So periodically, it appears that one could take a real financial bath, and spend considerable time just recouping losses. Please set me straight.
It is true that if there are more Player decisions in a shoe, that shoe will not end up in profit, as I mentioned in my newsletter. However, it is a known fact that Banker decisions exceed Player decisions on the long run.
That's exactly why the new BB system wins on the long run. As opposed to other system, that may win on the short term and not on the long, BB presents the reverse situation. BB encourages continuous play. It's dynamic and bets on every decision and within 20-30 shoes, you will be ahead, stay ahead and be ahead forever.
How this is done is explained in the 10 page document. It's very simple, yet effective. It reminds the playing of a virtuoso pianist. What he/she may play may look very simple, but the piece may be extremely difficult.
In our case, beating the casino on the long run is extremely difficult, yet understanding and seeing how BB does it will look extremely simple and people will ask themselves how come I didn't come up with that myself or how come no one else came up with that before.
Thanks Izak, for your quick response.
If one played six shoes during a given day, what would be a realistic expectation of net profit, on average, for that day (playing $25 chips)? For a total of four days and 24 shoes later? Does your calculation factor in the occasional ( player dominant) shoe wherein one loses 5 to 10 units? What, if any, is your stop loss recommendation?
One makes about 640 units per 600 shoes, regardless of how many bad or good shoes one encounters. During the worst case scenario, one or more shoe will be Player dominant, such as will have say 8 more Player decisions than Banker.
If one played only one day and encountered six such shoes (unlikely, but I'm being the devil's advocate), one will end up at -48 units (the lifetime bankroll is 50 units).
Four days later, or 24 shoes later, one is likely to have overall 20-40 more Banker decisions than Player decisions, thus the player will be ahead by 20-40 units.
Stop loss recommendation is 23 units as per highest bet and 50 units for any session/day.
Based on the Zumma 600 shoes and other live and simulated results, what is, on average, the following: ( use your best conservative estimate if no available data)
Q1)# of banker decisions vs # of player decisions per shoe.
A1) If this is an average you're requesting and we know there are 643 more Banker decisions for 600 shoes, so the average is 1.07 more Banker decision per shoe.
For 1000 Zumma shoes, the stats are: 37,141 Banker versus 35,943 Player decisions, or a difference of 1,198 more Banker decisions, giving an average of 1.2 more Banker decisions per shoe.
Q2) # of banker decisions exceeding player decisions per 24 random shoes.
A2) The average remains the same for 1 and for 24 shoes. Just multiply 1.07 or 1.2 or the new average of 1.13 by 24.
Q3) Your definition of drawdown ( not exceeding 8 units) in context of system description in your newsletter
A3) From the initial use of the system, playing continuously, the lowest one's bankroll went was -8 units. If the unit size is $100, then about $800.
Q4) In your testing and playing, what is worst scenario for consecutive & non-consecutive ( 12 shoes) player dominant shoes and what is calculated unit loss?
A4) The worst case were 11 consecutive Player dominant shoe.
Q5) On average, what is required high bet per shoe?
A5) The highest bet is 23 units. On average the required high bet is about 10 units.
Q6) What is average bet required per shoe?
A6) 5 units
Q7) How frequently would high bet exceed 10 units per shoe? 15 units per shoe?
A7) 30% of the time, you would need a bet exceeding 10 units and 25% of the time a bet would exceed 15 units.
Q8) On average, what net unit profit would be expected after playing 6 shoes? After playing 24 shoes?
A8) Average profit per shoe is specified above, multiply it with 6, 24, etc.
Q9) Are you using a negative progression and is it unique or commonly known?
A9) It is kind of a negative progression. I don't think it's commonly known.
Q10) What is your definition of long term in context of playing BB system?
A10) The longer the better, until infinity, unlike many other systems.
- What are the results for 1000 Baccarat Shoes of Zumma?
Within 1000 Baccarat shoes, there are: 35,943 Player decisions versus 37,141 Banker decisions.
So the result of 1000 shoes will be a profit of 37,141 - 35,943 = nearly 1,198 units.
Thank you all for the great questions.
An email delivery of the system is only $125. You can have a printout with regular air mail delivery for $5 extra for printing, shipping and handling. The system document is only 10 easy to read pages, containing your magic and secret formulae. Your satisfaction is fully guaranteed. You can ask for a refund within 30 days of your purchase, no questions asked, no strings attached, totally unconditionally, if you feel the system doesn't deliver what it states.
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