## Baccarat Strategies - A Dime a Dozen

Written by Ryan D

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Casinos effectively got rid of threat of Martingale System gambler or player by setting Table maximums (and minimums). i.e. A player bets \$5 on banker and lost.  Next bet, \$10 on banker, next bet \$20, etc, and he continues to lose.  Before long, his bet will have doubled up to a point that it will exceed table maximum.  In this case player can't bet any higher and his system has failed, he must quit.

The Martingale System is a horrific betting system that follows a human beings panic thinking - their natural thought pattern that somehow believes that if a coin lands heads up 9x in a row, there is a greater chance than 50% that it will land tails on 10th flip! IT DOES NOT WORK!

So - if all these strategies and systems - card counting, pattern spotting, streak spotting etc are worthless strategies for baccarat - is there any good one? Well...practically and mathematically speaking... when you analyse numbers, odds do seem to always be in favour when a player bets on banker, though this is a very boring tactic to play.  Perhaps throw in some pattern chasing to break tedium, or count scorecards!

Ryan D. has been involved in the online casino and online gambling industries for over 6 years as an operator, marketer and consultant. He can be contacted via his website at http://www.online-gambling-insider.com.

## How to Make Camping Shoot-the-Chute

Written by Daivd Z

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Screw strips firmly to chute with 2-inch screws from under side. These ought to be placed not more than 2 feet apart. Probably each will have two or more strips in making a piece of sufficient length. If so, care should be taken to have pieces joined on a bevel with a slant from outer edge toward bottom of chute, so as to leave no edge.

The utmost care should be used to have a perfectly smooth surface on inside of chute. A pump or bucket is needed at top of chute to wet surface before swimmer starts his slide.

The supports should be firmly braced with 2 x 4-inch timber, and lower end of chute should extend over pier at least 1 foot and not nearer surface of water than 3 feet perpendicularly, allowing swimmer to enter water as in a dive.

The chute can be fastened to supporting braces through timbers, into maple side strips with a good heavy log screw. A platform 3 feet wide and 4 feet long near top of chute, and set just waist deep from top of chute will make starting easy.

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