CYL (Catch you Later) Baccarat System

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"one of the simplest yet the most powerful Baccarat system ever"
CYL (Catch you Later)
Baccarat System
by Izak Matatya
"generates 11,000 units for 600 shoes"

I'm proud to present you my newest Baccarat system, which is a breakthrough in gambling system design and history of Baccarat systems.   It has a totally new and different concept on how to beat Baccarat.  

Most gambling systems try to get ahead by catching up on previous losses by using some kind of progression, such that, within the first, second or third win, previous losses are recovered with a certain gain.  That tends to create very aggressive systems, such as the double up Martingale system, where one wants to be ahead on the very first win, even if one had 5-6 losses previously, thus putting on the table hundreds of units, just to be ahead by 1.  Eventually, on a bad run, the entire bankroll is exhausted and one cannot go on betting. 

The CYL system, as the name implies, tries to catch a certain loss some time later.  There is absolutely no hurry, no greed and no eagerness to win everything on just one single win.  One plays patiently, knowing that wins will eventually come and will eliminate previous losses very gradually, one at a time and one after another.

There is absolutely no tracking, no waiting for a trigger, no pattern recognition.  Those are all old concepts.  The idea behind the system is totally innovative and new.  One starts betting at the very first decision of the shoe (or wherever the player choses) and one bets on every single decision, with no interruption.

This makes the system very dynamic and continuous.  No dealer will ask you to leave the table for sitting and not placing bets.  What you can do is to leave the table when you are way ahead and you don't even have to because wins and profits are there to come for sure. 

You must be wondering how can one sit at the table at all times and overcome the house edge built in to the game?  Once you read the system document, it will all be very clear to you.  You will probably say to yourself, how come I didn't think of that before.  The concept is so simple, yet so powerful. 

The power yet the simplicity of the system is the result of numerous years of research, willingness to overcome the odds and come up with a very playable system, which will adapt itself to all styles and all requirements of the casino table, whether it is the amount of bets, that need to be increments of not less than $5 or whether the minimum bet is $5, $10, $20 or $50. 

At the bet range of 1-650, and suiting all budgets, the system generates 11,011 units profit for the 600 Zumma shoes, averaging a whooping 18.35 units per shoe, all losses and all Banker win commissions taken into account. 

One can have a lower budget option and a higher one, depending on the amount you can afford to risk.  At $10 minimum bets, 11,011 units mean the profit of $110,011, for 600 shoes, that would take one 120 days (4 months) to play, if one plays about 5 shoes a day.  You can then take the rest of the year off. 

There are shoes, that make up to 70 units, even if the number of wins is lower than the number of losses in total within the same shoe.  Simply amazing!

The system is not more than 15 pages long with concrete examples, telling you exactly how much to bet and at what instance, placing bets on each and every decision.  You also receive two totally automated Excel simulations, where you can experiment with different input parameters, to change the value of your initial bet, multiplier factors, ceilings, plateaus, etc., to find out that the above mentioned profit level is only the minimum you can make.

You can also plug in your shoes into the simulation and it will produce results for you immediately.

Here is the performance chart of the CYL system:

One of the most profitable systems ever designed indeed. 

The price of the system is $350, an amount you will probably make playing only 2 shoes with $10 bets.  The remaining profits are all yours to keep. 

And for a limited time, you can have CYL for $150 only.

The electronic version of the 600 Zumma shoes was graciously offered by a loyal Let's Talk Winning customer, who has verified its accuracy against the actual Zumma tester book.  The decisions in the simulation are totally certified.

Thank you,
Izak Matatya

Frequently Asked Questions on CYL (Catch you Later) Baccarat System
by Izak Matatya

  1. Glad you are still working hard on a system for us. I guess I have a couple quick questions:

    Looking at chart below, if I began playing at about hand 10,600 and played through to hand 19,700, besides dying at the table for lack of bathroom breaks, does the chart mean that i would have played almost 9,000 hands and not made anything?

    A. Yes, that's what it means. At times, the chart will have ups and downs. The important thing is that you are always ahead of the game, profits are gradual, despite some fluctuations. At times, you could even make 70 units per shoe. And at times be negative for a certain shoes. The 18 unit average per shoe rate is maintained throughout the long term application of the system.

    Q. You say unit size 1 - 650 does this mean that you would have to make a 650 unit bet to obtain the results below?

    A. For those parameters, the highest bet is 620 units. The system will work with the same proportion also with the highest bet at around 304 units.

    Q. Are you betting 650 units at some point to win 1?

    A. You don't win 1, you may win 20, 30, 40 and even 50 units in one shot. Otherwise, the basic win rate is about 3-5 units per shot.
  2. You state bet range of 1-650. If one is playing $5 units, does that mean the highest bet is $5 x 650 (which would be a $3,250 single bet)?

    Or using $5 units do we need a bankroll of $3,250?

    A. There has been only a couple of occurrences within the entire 41,004 decisions of 600 Zumma shoes, where the bet of 620 units were necessary in order to come out profitable at the very end of the 600th shoe. This is not a common practice for the system at all. 99.99% of the time, your bets do not escalate more than 20-30 times your initial bet of whichever unit size you're using: $5, $10 or $20.
  3. 1. You provide stats for a bet range of 1-650. Many Vegas casinos have a $5,000 max bet, regardless of what the min bet happens to be. Thus, a $10.00 min bet with a max bet of $5,000 is a bet range of 1-500, and of course a $25.00 min & $5,000 max calculates to a bet range of only 1-200. Please explain how this would impact your system? Also, expand on your comment that it will suit all budgets.

    A. The range of 1-650 was only for the given parameters for a particular simulated run for the type of profits announced, that is, 11011 units.
    One can limit the highest bet to 443 units, in order to make 8815 units end profit for the 600 Zumma shoes, or to 316 units to make 4790 units end profit or to 226 units in order to make 1974 units end profit. The lowest in the high bet one could go is 161 units and that will profit only 140 units by the end of the 600 Zumma shoes. Anything less will not beat Zumma.

    Q. What is the required bank roll per shoe? Per session ( 5 shoes ) ? Lifetime? 

    A.  A lifetime of 2754 units are required for the making of 11,011 units, 2223 units are required to make 8815 units, 1718 units are required to make 4790 units and 1640 units are required to make 1974 units.

    Per session the same bankroll is required, not knowing exactly how the shoe will behave. That's why I present the worst case scenario.

    Per shoe, also various things can happen. You may make 70 units profit per shoe with a bankroll of 20 units. Or you may lose 30 units per shoe dragging down your bankroll. There are really no sessions. This is all about continuous play, future losses being eliminated at one point of time, either within the same shoe or within subsequent shoes. It's a very particular system. The important thing is that it wins long term.

    Q. What is the calculated win/loss % ratio ( per shoe) for the Zumma 600 shoes? What is the win/loss ratio ( per shoe) for the live casino shoes you have played? 

    A. Since we're betting Banker only, your total wins are 1.5% more than your total losses on the long run. Some shoes are Player dominant. So this ratio can vary. Again, long term, you get more Banker decisions, which is important for this system to work properly. Commissions are always taken into account for each win. 

    Q. Are you using a negative progression, and how many bets ( steps ) within the total progression? 

    A. There are no progressions, but a count table to associate how much, when and how to recover a specific loss at a certain given point of time.
  4. Can this be used for other games?
  5. The concept of CYL is so strong, it can be easily transported  to other games as well.  And I can suggest some very good bet selections.
  6. To get around the table limits could not one just switch to a higher table maximum of the same game at the same or a different casino at some cutoff amount, so it would have no effect say at an arbitrary amount of units from 250 to 350 units for example? If this would work Izak would have to make a rule on the when?

    A. It's surely one way to overcome the limits of the table. Switching from a $5-$500 to a $25 - $1000 and then to a $50 - $2000 range will feel like playing at a $5 - $2000 increasing the range from 1-100 to 1-400.

    Another way is to get a partner. If the table limit is 1-100 and you need to place a 200 unit bet, then both of you place 100 units, to double your bet.

    Since the outcome of decisions is random and neither table or shoe keeps memory, it makes no difference in terms of the bet selection and switch from one table to another smoothly continuing from where one was left off.
  7. What is your highest bet when you play it live?
  8. My highest bet so far has not exceeded 42 units.
  9. Izak, congratulations on what sounds like another very inovative system. Do you believe that an experienced gambler could play your system and make $100 a day starting with $10 bets? I have many, many of your sytems, and most have higher drawdowns that i would like to play. I have played some of your systems, but I do not get into the high bets. How do you avoid this? When you are uncomfortable, leave the table. Some shoes are bizarre and will beat any system.

    A. $100 profit at $10 a bet, is one can easily make within only 1 shoe. If one plays multiple shoes, this can be multiplied. As I mentioned before, this is a safer system than the others, because the profit aimed is not too agressive, but only a slight percentage higher than a previous loss.

    Some shoes are really bizarre and it is highly recommended to simply stay away from them when things start working not the way we expect them to.
  10. Izak, what type of win goal do you play for with a 200 unit BR? Or do you just play through as much as you want in a session and then pick it right up where you leave off the next time you play? Ultimately, you will bust on the 200 units though right?

    In your Zumma test, you stated at 161 max bet, you won't make anything. So, what are you doing differently in live play to make a 42 unit max bet profitable?

    Do you have a spreadsheet for inputting any set of decisions and testing the results?

    And, why not run the Z1000 decisions through your model also?

    If you engineered off the Z600 and were profitable off the Z1000, that would be pretty impressive (of course assuming with all commissions included and perfect programming).

    A. Win goal means, you play until you reach a certain target, then you stop playing. With CYL, I really don't have a win goal. I know the system will eventually generate profits even if the very first shoe I play comes out negative. And when the profits start coming the second, third shoe, I simply quit, when I'm tired. 

    This is a system, that profits indefinitely, unless, as we all know, some very bad shoe (Player dominant for this system) comes along and it's best not to pursue with this shoe all the way, until it drains a long chunk of the profits, but at least keep a win plateau of conserving 75% of all profits made so far during that day, or two days. 

    Those are the type of actions I take with a maximum bet of 42 units and still manage to keep ahead.

    I have fully automated spreadsheets with lots of parameters to input and test results. That's why I was able to provide information based on different levels of maximum bets, ceiling levels, drawdown and profit levels.

    Yes, CYL beats the 1K Baccarat tester as well. You may want to call it engineering in order to come up with certain input parameters that will have profitable end result. Actually, each project of mine is an engineering project, from the goal and mission setting all the way to the project implementation and final product, which is quite different than reverse engineering a system, that will suit a certain tester book. 

    By the way, CYL works well with randomly generated decisions, as well, which could not possibly have been reverse engineered. 

    CYL is really impressive. It's one of the best systems I came up with recently.

Thank you all for your great questions.  It's been a privilege and a pleasure to answer them.

The price of the system is $350, an amount you will probably make playing only 2 shoes with $10 bets.  The remaining profits are all yours to keep. 

 As usual, you have a full money back guarantee, should you not like the system and you can return it in 30 days, no questions answered, no strings attached.

Thank you,
Izak Matatya