First, just what is Quantum Baccarat?
(The Sporadic Ones are Near)
Quantum Bac is the overall approach we teach right here at CFC on the Private Baccarat Forum as well as in The Final Word Manual.
It is a purely scientific and mathematical approach to the game for the non Mathematician.
It is somewhat similar to Blackjack Card Counting but FAR simpler.
ANYONE can learn to perform our two counts perfectly in a matter of minutes.
1 in a rows, 2 in a rows, 3 in a rows and 4 or mores – we call those “Events”.
Our SAP Count, which we put right on our score card, tells us the exact frequency of every event in the shoe at hand relative to its normal frequency of occurrence. Sound complex? If you can add and subtract numbers from 1 to 4 – you have all the math skills you need.
Our O/R count precisely measures the streak or chop in a shoe: (plus 1 when the opposite side wins (Opposites) and minus 1 when the same side wins (Repeats) – ridiculously simple.
These two counts are extremely simple since all the information is right there on your score card in front of you. Plus, we teach you a very simple way to keep your counts that ANYONE can do.
No member has ever had a problem keeping the two counts. Plus there is a way to quickly check your counts for accuracy.
You learn the two counts the first day – probably the first hour.
Next you learn 8 simple systems. A “system” is nothing more than a simple betting routine.
For instance: One very common system we call “Repeats”. You simply bet the side that won the last hand. You forgot! No worries, it’s right there on your score card which we also teach you the best way to fill out.
Now, news flash!
Every shoe ever dealt in the entire history of Baccarat has a main bias.
It might be high in Opposites or high in 1 iars or 2 iars or 3 iars or 4 or mores which we call 4+…
No need to concern yourself with 5 or mores since we are always ON long runs.
BTW, iar = In A Row.
A neat Mathematical FACT that helps us is this:
For everything a shoe is high in, it MUST be equally low in something else.
The counts tell us the bias and its exact strength. The bias tells us which of our 8 systems is optimum for the shoe at hand. Its strength tells us the optimum betting strategy.
Often several of the 8 systems beat a shoe. But we want to know which does BEST!
What about the “random” shoes we see so often with factory preshuffled cards? – no bias whatsoever?
Ha, random is a bias in itself which our SAP count precisely measures.
Random is actually the easiest bias to beat!
Our novice player Art was playing random factory preshuffled cards at Flamingo – Vegas, playing one of our two systems designed for random cards.
He was doing so spectacularly that a few of us gave him money so he could go from green to black. I said:
“Art, it’s foolish to bet green when you are winning every shoe! Here’s more than enough money to go to black. We’ll leave you alone. When you finish, we’ll be across the street at Margarittaville.”
So, while CFC and I drank Margarittas in the sunshine for a few hours, Art made us thousands!
Ha, in fact Flamingo immediately went back to regular cards and is still dealing them today.
Quantum Bac is simple but it was 30+ years in the making. All it takes is study and practice. First you stop losing. But then you start winning.
No one else teaches it, or even knows of it – not even close.
Let’s keep it our little secret!
For Now… :mail: :good: B-)