Baccarat Simulation Series 3 Results: RD12, RD3

Results from Baccarat Simulations Series 3 are presented below.

In this series, I examined the methods RD12 and RD3.

Read a discussion of the results in Squeaky Parts.

Player’s Advantage (Flat Bet) Player’s Advantage (U1D2M2) % Shoes Win % Shoes Loss % Shoes Broke Even Best Score Worst Score
PB RD12 A -1.26% -1.21% 58.79% 39.64% 1.57% 72 -464
PB RD12 C -1.27% -1.19% 65.68% 33.13% 1.19% 64 -27
PB RD3 A -1.26% -1.25% 58.76% 39.67% 1.56% 72 -493
PB RD3 C -1.24% -1.22% 65.62% 33.16% 1.22% 61 -27
RA RD12 A -1.38% -1.39% 58.51% 40.00% 1.49% 70 -468
RA RD12 C -1.34% -1.32% 65.30% 33.43% 1.27% 59 -27
RA RD3 A -1.39% -1.38% 58.35% 40.08% 1.57% 67 -469
RA RD3 C -1.35% -1.36% 65.24% 33.47% 1.29% 58 -27

Data Set: 102,600 baccarat shoes used, including Zumma 600, Zumma 1000, Wizard of Odds 1000, and Virtuoid 100,000 (ref. My Baccarat Shoe Factory).

Player’s Advantage is the net units won after commissions divided by the total units bet.

A, C refer to Money Management Procedures (ref. Money Matters).

Flat betting and U1D2M2 betting progression (ref. Money Matters).

P = Player
B = Banker
R = a derivative of PB
A = a derivative of PB

RD12 = Repeat Down 1 and 1,2
RD3 = Repeat Down 1 and 1,2 and 1,3

% Shoes Won, Lost, Broke Even, and Best and Worst Scores are from shoes using U1D2M2.

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Graphs of Net Units Won (after commissions) per Shoe:

P/B and R/A Results:

RD12 and RD3 Strategies (flat bet):


Disclaimer: The betting strategies and results presented are for educational and entertainment purposes only. Gambling involves substantial risks, and the odds are not in the players favor by design. The author does not state nor imply any system, method, or approach offers users any advantage, and he shall not be held liable under any circumstances for any losses whatsoever.

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