*"one of the simplest yet the most powerful Baccarat system ever with the lowest bankroll requirements"*

**CYL2 (Catch you Later)**

**Baccarat System Version 2**

**by Izak Matatya**

*"beats the entire 1000 Zumma Baccarat shoes with a maximum bet of 2 units"*

Finally, the dream of players to win on the long run with a small bankroll came true. This new version of CYL: CYL2 (Catch You Later) Baccarat System Version 2 beats the entire 1000 Zumma shoes with a maximum bet not exceeding 2 units.

The principles of the first version are kept, the fact that each win cancels a previous loss at a later time, thus the name Catch You Later, except that this time bets no longer need to be escalated to a high level, because of a very innovative and new idea.

Runs are completed quite fast within not more than 10 decisions.

The system is played on a shoe by shoe basis and this is the way it has been thoroughly tested for 1000 shoes. One can start at the beginning of the shoe, playing each decision and quit the shoe when a win target of +4 units is accomplished, having set a loss limit of also 4 units, whichever happens first.

There is absolutely no need for tracking decisions. One bets on Banker only all the time. The shoes that happen to be Player dominant and up front will cause a small loss of not more than 4 units for that particular shoe.

Obviously, there will be as many Banker dominant shoes as Player dominant ones, if not more, which will compensate for those small losses. The system will still be ahead on the long run, winning shoes with the normal distribution of Banker and Player decisions.

Many more shoes are won than lost. With this money management in place, we win 276 shoes with +4 units and lose 259 at -4 units for the first half of the 1K Zumma shoes. For the second half, we win 349 shoes versus losing 187. For the second half, the win target of +2 units instead of +4 proves to be more profitable with the same loss limit of -4.

In fact, for the first half of the 1000 Baccarat shoes, CYL2 generates $7,033, played with $100 units and another $3,006 for the second half. This makes exactly $10,039 or about 100 units for 1000 shoes, averaging .1 unit per shoe.

Since the maximum bet is only twice the amount of the minimum bet, one can use larger unit denominations and thus increase profits, as per your table limits and your budget.

There are two fully automated simulations for the CYL2 system, that come with your purchase, where you can experiment with various values for money management, where you can set your win target, your loss limit and the maximum bet and other input parameters. The values I suggested are the ones, which optimize the system to generate the highest profits. You're welcome to explore further for your own discoveries.

The highest drawdown for the entire 1000 shoes has been 33 units for the first half and 39 units for the second half.

Thus, with a lifetime bankroll of 40 chips of your minimum bet value, and the maximum bet of 2 units, CYL2 becomes the most efficient gambling system to beat Baccarat over 1000 shoes ever. It's a very playable and manageable system.

The system goes for only $450, an amount you will be able to make within a few minutes of your play. Then all profits are for you to keep. The system document is not more than 10 pages, that you will be able to master in a few hours. Its simplicity yet lies within the work of 11 years of system development and design experience.

The electronic version of the 1000 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**** **

**CYL2 (Catch you Later)**

Baccarat System Version 2

**by Izak Matatya**

- Which set of data goes with +4, -4 and which set with +2,-4 ? Also does this work with other betting methods?
- The first set goes with +4 and -4 and the second set with +2, -4. You can use +2, -4 in the first set, too, if you like. The system will still be profitable.

CYL2 is designed to work on its own. As far as its bet selection is concerned it simply bets on Banker only and its method is the one, which overcomes the odds.

You could use a different bet selection, but it�s not necessary. We need to have the Banker win advantage of 1.23% over Player decisions. - Izak, in addition, in your newsletter you stated that in the 2nd 500 shoe test, 349 shoes gained 2 units and then you stopped. What were the actual results if you were trying to achieve 4 units? What were the results if you had stopped after 2 units for the 1st 500 shoes?

A: if you set your win target to 4 units for the second half of 1K shoes, the end result goes to -27 units. However, if you set your win target to 2 units for the first half of 1K shoes, the end result is: 19 units.

If we still keep the +4 and -4 as the limits, the first half makes 70 units and the second half -27. That makes a total of +43 units for the entire 1K Zumma.

If the limits are +2, -4, then the first half makes 19 and the second half makes 30 units totaling +49 units, slightly more profitable than the +4, -4 option.

In any event both the +2, -4 and +4, -4 options can be used universally throughout the entire 1000 shoes. Both options are profitable for the total of 1K shoes and with 2 units maximum bet, one can use $1000 bets and make $40K.

- What table games possibly can CYL2 be applied to besides baccarat?

Would doubling ones bets after a loosing session be advantageous?

Could the minimum unit bet be a certain percent of ones bankroll to gain a compounding effect with safety? If so - what would that percent of ones bankroll be?

Would this system help to stop online casinos confiscating ones deposit for using excusing of using software against them when one is a big long-term winner?

A. CYL2 can be used only for Baccarat. CYL2 takes advantage of the fact that Banker decisions come more often than Player ones by 1.23% on the long run. The system requires more winning decisions than losing ones, because each win eliminates a previous loss at a certain point of time.

Some shoes will be Player dominant. We abandon them with the -4 units loss limit.

However, we can expect almost as many number of shoes, which are Banker dominant as Player dominant ones, if not more, which will compensate for the Player dominant ones.

And any normally distributed shoe will be won by CYL2 "normally" as per system's instructions. Thus the system will generate profits on the long run.

Doubling bets in CYL2 is not encouraged as the idea is to keep the bankroll requirements as low as possible, as many LTW clients have demanded it for quite some time now.

The minimum bet can be a certain percentage of one's bankroll. In fact, the minimum bet can be any value you wish, as long as its maximum bet, which is only twice as much as the minimum bet does not exceed table limits.

If on-line casinos are using software to make players lose, nothing can help to overcome this. You simply shouldn't play there.

- Izak, let me get this right, you say that using a +2/-4 stop win/stop loss, one achieves a grand total of +32 units for the entire 1600 Zuma shoes. Izak, by my math that works out to 32/1600= .02 units/shoe. If one is playing $100 units, that works out to $2/shoe. Is this correct? If so, how does one achieve long term profits with such a small shoe return versus the $100 unit bet. Please explain this.
- Very simple. You're in and out of the shoe very fast. But you can join a second session within the same shoe either right away, or after a short break or after having detected say 4-6 Players in a row. So you can have say up to 5-6 session of +2, -4 units within the same shoe. This multiplies your profit by 6. The $2 becomes $12 per shoe or per hour. Still not much? But you can bet $200 a bet, to have $24 an hour. $300 bets will give you $36 an hour. $400 bets will give you $50 an hour, etc.

If you're making $50 an hour and you play 6 shoes a day, you cash $300 a day or $9,000 a month. Now, this is decent as a side income, isn't it? - What's the longest number of loosing shoes in a row? What's the longest number of loosing shoes in a row before 2 back to back wins in a row?

A. I have placed a CYL2 shoe by shoe performance chart at:

http://www.letstalkwinning.com/CYL2-shoe-by-shoe-performance-chart.xls

which will answer all such questions.

I have counted a maximum of 9 consecutive losing (abandoned at -4 rather) shoes, that happened also to be followed by 2 consecutive winning shoes.

Thank you all for your interest. Much appreciated.

The system goes for only $450, an amount you will be able to make within a few minutes of your play. Then all profits are for you to keep. The system document is not more than 10 pages, that you will be able to master in a few hours. Its simplicity yet lies within the work of 11 years of system development and design experience.