The win loss score below is how i set out the results statistically vertically which shows a Total of 1274 Hands played of which 774 Won and 500 Lost .
This is a fantastic ratio of win loss when it comes to Baccarat, it is more than an edge, given the size bets that can be made per hand.
I have also included an image of the live game No 9 that had 1 of the better results to show it doesn't have to be a brilliant looking hand to achieve these results. The real image i appologise for quality however we are not supposed to be taking photos inside casinos, i have set out the game clearly under the image taken also.
These results are happening 24 Hours a day , 7 Days a week and are yours for the taking. Allow me to help make some of it yours today.
Which side of the table would you rather be on ?
The LOSER'S side costing you money?
Or making a small investment with me to be on the WINNING SIDE?
# BACCART SYSTEM
# BACCARAT MENTOR
GAME NO 9 REAL TIME IMAGE FROM THE RESULTS
AND A CLEAR VIEW SET OUT BELOW IT
Game Code number for later reference.
Setting out my results per game in this manner allows me to continually monitor the ongoing results per game. Using my strategy you will see how if continually playing, highlights how the shuffle focus holds for a certain amount of time then the change comes. Usually every day it will have a focus of wins in a different area , i get some games that may have the exact same wins and losses but when you look at the score board they maybe Banker winning then swap to Player winning but still following the rules i use it is a winning bet, that is why it is so hard to get a handle on the mix until you see what really goes on using this style of game play .
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I have traded the Stock, Currency and Futures markets for 20 years as well as played Casino games for 20 years, both successfully after learning what works and what does not.