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Keith Smith from BeatTheCasino.com talks about the System 40 Baccarat Approach

May 06, 2020 Keith Smith Season 1 Episode 3
Keith Smith of BeatTheCasino.com
Keith Smith from BeatTheCasino.com talks about the System 40 Baccarat Approach
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Keith Smith of BeatTheCasino.com
Keith Smith from BeatTheCasino.com talks about the System 40 Baccarat Approach
May 06, 2020 Season 1 Episode 3
Keith Smith

System 40 is a long time method of playing Baccarat that concentrates on betting opposites

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System 40 is a long time method of playing Baccarat that concentrates on betting opposites

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okay, Keith here for beat the casino again. Wanted to take another evening and talk about some stuff, you know, with baccarat and blackjack. We have some great things happening all the time. And one of things that we've been concentrating on, especially on our YouTube channel here and at the Forum, is to talk about some of the legacy systems. While we're kind of at this pause and playing, so to speak, over this past month. So I had a good response from talking about. We were talking about sap s A P, which is self adjusting progression. A zit was originally called and then we went into that last week with catches one on, then also to we talked about originally discussing the System 40 approach, which was hugely popular. It still is today. It's a it's a viable strategy. You just have to remember that it's not gonna work in every game. You can't just take it and go play endlessly at the casino day after day, shoe after shoe. You have to kind of be selective at the game that you're choosing, and that's that's really what we talk about. It beat the casino is what strategy. Do you want to play in the game that's presented to itself? So, you know, we'll kind of take a look at the take a look at system 40 couple folks asked me to go into it and with just a little bit more depth on, so I thought I'd talk about Of course, you can always get more of it at the website. But let me just For those of you who are not familiar with System 40 it's pretty simple approach with a couple variables added to adjust to the game that we're talking about. And a lot of people have won a lot of money with System 40 applying it to the game. That works really well. It uses a 123 negative progression system 40. And what that means is, any time you lose any one of those batch, you start. You win any one of those bets. I'm sorry. You start over. So if you're gonna go ahead and bet one chip, um, you're going to go ahead and, uh, and then start over at the at the one bet again. Let me adjust my mike here just a little bit. I apologize for that. Put it out in front of me here. So I probably did that before I started. I should do a lot of things, but anyway, sorry about that. Let me get that out in front of you. Um I should have bet a 123 negative progression with it. And what that means is you're gonna about one ship to two chips and and three chips, and you're never going to go above three chips with system 40. And so the beauty of it waas that whenever you win any of those bets, whether it be 12 or three, you're going to go back toe one. If you lose the three, then of course, you simply just start over. So System 40 was a really cool system. It was initially designed to play every hand, which was very interesting. What we learned over the years and how we increased our win were eight with system 40 was toe. Wait till we're about halfway through the shoe and see if the shoe kind of lends itself to the type of playing that system 40 will dio and and the basic rule of system 40 waas. If you're playing every hand is just simply that opposite of whatever one. So no matter what happened, you bet opposite with this negative progression until it went. So, for instance, if you're playing it safe, let's suppose you look at the game and I'll tell you how to qualify the game with system 40. But just so you understand how it works is if you have a banker when the first hand so opposite of banker would be player. So you're gonna about one ship or one unit on player Now we ignore ties and system 40 if player one that's great you want. So now you just start to progression over again and you bet opposite. So now you'd be over on bank if player one instead of Betty, one chip one bank you go to to. Okay, if bank one, you circle it now, you one. Now you just bet opposite again. So it was Ah, banker, one in a row that a player to And then I went over the banker again. And you just one. There's bets. So any time now you can see the of the upside of it. Is that as long as it kept going back and forth with relative frequency between ones twos and threes. So any time you had 12 and three, you're usually doing okay if you win the one you won the first bet. If you want the second that you won one ship, you want 1/3 bag? Basically broke. Even unless you know, you have to adjust for what you would have lost betting the thing. But there was a gain on the on the first play in the second, on and on the second bet of the negative progression. So as long as you had a game that was predominantly ones twos and threes you did OK. OK, now, the other rule was this was that with system 40 is any time you lose the 123 Okay, which was the negative progression? If you lose that, then you're gonna go ahead and you're gonna get on the run. As we said So when you lost, let's say, for instance, usually lost. If player just wanted you want, then you bet banker and player one again that you've been to one banker and player one again. Then you bet three on banker and player one again. OK, say, lost the 123 chip 33 in a row. Now, instead of playing opposite, you kind of adjust your play and play repeats on banker or there were a couple tweaks when it came to this. Some players, and rather smartly rather than switching back and forth like that thought, Well, if I just lowered the progression instead of betting 123 If I just lowered that toe 112 and then instead of just switching when when I lost three ties a rope, it's simply stop was kind of ended up being a lot better. Way to play. Sometimes you have to kind of adjust that for yourself while you're in the game. And some players would just simply go in and they had all sorts of tweaks. Worker plant, some people just flat but opposites to win any time they got plus two or three, they just stopped the game go. Okay, well, I just won this game, but those were the little tweaks that worked Initially, however, what really worked the best excuse me was when you actually looked for game that it fit and ah, lot of times you were right. So if you simply looked at the scoreboard of the tote board and if you found a game that looked generally random like you couldn't really tell what was going on, it had no very little predictability. And you're about halfway through the games and you see a real combination, a good mix of ones, twos and threes. It may be 14 in a row. Okay, where you would have lost that if you would have started, then you could jump in and play system 40 in that game. So that was a great way to play. Wait for about 40 hands. You'd want to see a mix of ones, twos and threes and maybe a longer streak in there. Hopefully that it got out of the way of the game and then just sit down and play System 40 and you could play it with 123 progression to a win of maybe plus five or plus six. And if you did that and have the the, uh the discipline to go ahead and play like that, you were in a situation where there were a lot of games to choose from. That was a really good way to play. If you had patients, you need to patients. And you needed a good casino to play in. Like perhaps Ah, you know, uh, up in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, where there's a lot of tables. Or if you happen to be a Macau or Las Vegas or you have to be the Gold Coast or excuse me again, perhaps at some stadium box where you could actually look at four or five games simultaneously, and it was a good way to play. Ah, stadium Bach, where you had a good table selection or any online casino where you had table selection. So let me see if you have any questions. Go ahead and type them. Yeah. Love system 40. I see we have. Can't agree more with. Plus five is a good grab. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Absolutely. Don. There. Thanks for stopping by in Canada, Bock. Yeah. +112 with system 40 does does work pretty good. I had a lot of success with that. I think the key to that to Canada Block. Thanks for mentioning that. Um was being able to walk around the casino with a lot of table selection. Like if you're in Vegas or Casino City. That is more than just a few casino or one or two casinos. You could walk around all day like Atlantic City. I used to walk on the boardwalk and jump in Caesar's and then maybe take a spin out to the Borgata and look around there and then maybe over to the couple games they have at the Gold Nugget. The gold Nugget was a great place to play, too. They had a nice high stakes room, white, right by lilies, the the Chinese food restaurant there, which is really excellent. And then right right off from that they had the they had the high stakes room there for $100 minimum and then right at the at the Gold nugget to I used to always take a look at the tables. They had two tables right there, shoes. He had a 15 and I think a $25 minimum there. And then there was this great Italian restaurant right across the street, where we are not right across street, right, right close by there, where they had some great Italian and posson, all the gold nuggets. What was cool about them they were all there, all set up the same way they all had the same clubs. And if you go to Las Vegas, they have the same restaurants as they do in Atlantic City and probably anywhere A. So far as that goes, I really like to play in there. And then the burrata, too. I know a couple of us from B to Casino used to play there a lot, and we mess around with System 40 there. And what was interesting about the Borgata, as was kind of legacy. Caesar's usedto have years and years ago they had the $20 Baca Rod Ships, which, of course, we liked made the game a little quicker for the big and whatnot. So a lot of places to play. But But yet if you walk around the casinos looking for opportunities to jump in, get the plus five plus six, it's a great way to play and again it It's a really helpful system. Ah, couple other tweaks that I did want to get into a system 40 way called the Modes and and then modes was just simply how many times in a row you'd lose before he wanted either stop or before you'd actually before you actually go ahead and go on the run or start to bet repeats. And so it was a really cool way to think about the game. However it was, Yeah. However it was. Thank you. Canada. Bach. They're cool. Yeah. Yeah. You're in Ontario. I know. Up there in Ontario way were up. Teoh Falls view. Great place to play up there, too. Ah, Couple good table selections there. I like Thea up. It Falls. Falls view. Ah, I like the stadium. Baccarat there too. It's It's real nice. She does baccarat urine flow back. Okay. Where is that? Where do you play? There. What's the casino in in Quebec? Is that would blind up in Quebec if I'm not mistaken. I know Canada. Bach. You like playing? It would blind, I think. Ah, Cheetos. Baccarat. Where you playing, fleabag? Well, let us know if you type it in there. Let us. Oh, yeah. Falls view does rock. And I know you know, on we did go over to Seneca, but it was a little crowded and there wasn't quite as much. The table uh, Cheetahs, Montreal casino. Okay. How many baccarat tables that they have there. Ah, I haven't played their Canada Bach. Have you played in Montreal at all at the Montreal casino? I'm forgive me for looking at the chat. I've never been there yet, you know. But we want to get up there. I know. Last time I met, we went up to Ah Falls view. I met Canada. Bach up there. We speak French in club back. Okay, of course I won't. I won't. I won't insult you with my friends. I think I know two or three words, and that's about it. So, yeah, we'll have to get up there and take a look at it. I know some of the players have been up that way off the top of my head. I can't think who it was, but I know people have played up that way at that casino. So always a great game. But anyway, that is the system. 40 modes was just how many times in a row you'd lose before you go on the run. So if you lost uh, if you bet one and then you lost that, then you bet to and you lost it to some people would switch to two repeats right away and then start betting repeats. And that was fine if there was a shortage of ones and twos. If you felt walked into a game that had a shortage of ones and twos, then of course, that would adjust to playing on repeats and opposites. However, what they found and this kind of didn't happen with System 40. But let's say, for instance, if you found your losing, ah, lot of ones a lot of twos and assist and you're playing system 40 but you're winning the three. So what we kind of taught ourselves was to adjust to a system and, in other words, have two or three systems that you could go to again. This was early in the development of things, probably in the early late eighties and early nineties, when we were sending information back to our office from Atlantic City while we were playing live. But if you play OTB for L, which is actually called opposite time before last, and you have System 40 as your go to system and then opposite time before last to come in, you know when you're running into difficulty, let's say if you're losing a lot of one first bets and second bets. OTB for Al. I would kind of help you with that if you weren't seeing long runs. So what OT before? L waas was the fact that after an opposite, you bet. Repeat. And after a repeat, you bet opposite. So for instance, if banker one and then player one. So that was an opposite. Okay, after an opposite, you bet. Repeat. So you bet that player would repeat there. So instead of betting with one in a rose that you're going to get a lot of one arose, you're gonna bet that you're gonna get a lot of two in a rose and a lot of three interests, predominantly to an arrest in opposite time before last. If you if you sit down with a card sometime and actually play that if you bet after an opposite bet, repeat. And after a repeat that opposite, you'll see that you'll win every two in a rose if it goes to to to to to to to you win every hand. My belief is you lost for Martin Jol's in a row. You should stop or change systems. The 50 CIF Morning. L Tuohy. Absolutely, Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. Martin Gales are just kind of we, you know, just sometimes unobserved way to play, because sure is hack you're gonna run right into that streak that you didn't count on betting against something, you know? And then we've evolved to beat the casino, too. You know, we never wanna bet against you know what is going on. So I'm not advocating that you play this way all the time. This is just stuff to have in your arsenal to be thinking about as you go. Well, thank you. Candlebox learned a lot from your YouTube. Thank you very much. So opposite time before last and and system 40 or two wonderful things to have in your arsenal again if there's a shortage of one and a rose in the game and you're the type of player that likes playing every hand on deck can't sit on your hands as catches, one says, or some of our players talk about is sometimes the best thing to do is not the bet when you don't know what's going on. But if you see a game that is doesn't have a lot of one of the rose. A lot of zigzags, as we say. Then go ahead and give the opposite time before last to try for a couple hands. And it's simply after after, after an opposite bet, repeat and after a repeat that opposite and you'll see how that will come through. What is What is OTB for? L Okay, it stands for opposite time before last. Uh uh. Cheetos. Thank you for the question. It means that you bet opposite of what happened one hand ago. So let's say, for instance, on hand, one banker one and then on hand to banker one. So hand one is banker and hand to is banker. So you're on the next hand you're gonna bet opposite time before last, while the time before last had would have been the first hand, which is banker. So you're gonna about opposite that, which would be player. Okay, So now what happens now is your hand four coming up hand to which is the time before last the hand before that was banker. So they're gonna bet opposite that again. And so that would be a better player now. Well, after we learned after we talked about this for a long time. We just thought an easier way to think of opposite time before last is to bet after a repeat. In other words, if you have a banker banker, that would be a repeat where the same side one is just about opposite. So that was a repeat to bankers. Now you bet. Player. Okay, player one. So from hand, 2 to 3. Right, That was an opposite. So now bet. Repeat. So now you bet player again. And all you have to do is keep that simple formula in your head. And it's very easy to play opposite time before last. And it's a great way to play. If you don't see really long streaks, they don't see a lot of one of the Rose. Just think OK after an opposite. In other words, any time the the game changes size. If it goes from banker to player, so after an opposite, you bet. Repeat. After a repeat, you're gonna bet opposite, and it's a great way to plan if you use those two systems. System 40 an opposite time before last. It's a great way to play, especially if you like playing a lot of hands. Well, listen, opposite time before last is not like long runs and chop shop. No, it doesn't. It doesn't mind. Short chop chop. Actually, if two in a rose chop it loves that because it's gonna win every hand. So it's some sense. Canada Bach. Thank you. It does like chop, but it doesn't like individual chops. It doesn't like zigzag one of the rose. You'll lose every hand if you do that. Ah, but if you run into too in the rose and three and a rose, it performs pretty well with two in a rose and three in a rose. So there you have. Listen, until next time I'm going to wrap it up here tomorrow night, we're going to be on at nine o'clock Eastern Standard time and talk about some more systems. Come on back. Bring your questions. Don't be afraid. T go ahead and type something below. We don't bite. If you have any questions about back row or any other subject on gambling, you know, bring it up. That's what we're here for. We love to talk about. It will be doing more and more. I'll be doing some interviews as things come up. Thanks, Don. Thank you very much for stopping by and and Oh, I I'm sorry. Cheetos box You have I have a question. Your question is so if it's banker, player, player, what would my next bat B? Well, since your last event was two players, that's a repeat. You bet. Opposite. Okay, it would be banker. Okay, So opposite time before last, I think. I think Canada box there actually accidentally said player. Um but it would be, actually, if you're playing time. If you're playing opposite time before last, you're gonna bet opposite player, which would be a banker. And the way you tell that Cheetos is the last two hands was a repeat. Yeah, that's alright. Canada. Thank you. Listen, Atomic Rob. Thanks for stopping by. Nice to see you. Will be out on online here chatting every night for 15 to 30 minutes until my voice goes back. Uh, every night and we'll kind of go from there. Stop by Beat the casino dot com and say hello, Tillis logging and get yourself a user name. We're always happy to chat with you. You can see our new thing here. I'll have some new as new stuff coming. Gonna be setting up some some different camps to take a look at some things. Eso We could do a lot more interactive chats here while we're going on. Oh, yeah. Don't forget Monday night. Monday night, I'll be sending out an email. I'll put a link in here or I'll mention it tomorrow night. So please stop back Monday night, we're gonna we're gonna have the five d seminar. It's gonna be available to anyone who wants to come. Ah, one of our great professional players catches one, and I'm sure some other players will come to We'll have our our ah couple of our pros and full time serious players stopping by to say a couple words. You can get the five d manual for free. I'll put the link in the bottom here, but don't forget Mark your calendars. Monday night, Eastern standard time. We're gonna have the five d seminar. I'll have a link Teoh to the to the Webinar. So, anyway, listen. This is Keith from beat the casino. I want to thank you all for ah for coming by. And don't forget, will be here again on fraud tomorrow night at nine o'clock Eastern Standard time. All right. Till tomorrow. Have a good evening. Stay safe