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This is for the game of Baccarat. 

I used it for over a month before suffering a loss of my bankroll. But it was all the house money in end anyway.

Play the dominant side of the shoe!!!

Switch sides on last bet or start over

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Do NOT try this on Roulette 

$5-10-20-40-80-160 (315)

$10 -20-40-80-160-320 (630)

$15-30-60-120-240-480 (945)

$20-40-80-160-320- 640(1260)

$25-50-100-200-400-800 (1575) see comment below

$50-100-200-400-800-1600 (3150) $500 table max at some casinos so try not to play this one except in catch up emergencies (very dangerous by the way)

$100-200-400-800-1600-3200 (6300) see comment above

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