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Hey everyone :)

I was wondering if there was a way to use Baccarat to perfectly wager to increase your points for VIP by losing 1% each time. If you bet equal amounts on both sides you lose 2% if the banker wins. But I was thinking how much more would you have to bet on the banker to lose the same amount each time regardless of whether the player or banker wins?

Is this possible? If anyone is good at math, please try calculate this, thank you in advance :) 

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There is no such thing as perfect wagering, the best wagering comes with sacrificing coins. Like the strat I was using for wagering, you can wager 100 times your balance but with the risk of sacrificing it all. But you can make it a breakeven strategy where you dont have much profit/loss.

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$100 will wager: $100 * (100 / house edge) on average.
It does not matter how you set a game up, you will always wager the same amount on average. It might not feel like this as some strategies are more consistent and of different risks so you never feel its mean wager. However if you did all every setup and ran it infinite amount of times they'd all have equal mean wager.
Knowing this, we know no matter how we setup baccarat, we can never lower it's 1.1% edge or increase mean expected wager. This could however increase consistency and lower risk, which isn't really an issue with the current setup to wager.

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There is no "perfect" wagering for as long as the odds will never be fair to the player or even to the house. The only time when the wager could be "perfect" is if every roll that a player would make has a fair probability (such as 50-50 on dice at 2x payout, roulette without 0 on it, etc.)

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Hello, I think you're right that not every Wager Strategy job is exactly 100 percent, you must lose something for which you need to move the other game and restore balance when you see you lose some balance, but play this strategy again, then for you.  Well, hopefully you understand

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Theres no such game that has even odds or a " perfect wager" in any casino, land based or online. The closest you can come to is if you can find a casink in vegas offering 100x odds on pass line. 

 

Thats 0 TRUE odds, the only bet i know in any casino that has no house edge. However true odds are different because you are still risking a huge amount if money. 

 

Seriously tho, don't think about it, just enjoy and you'll rank up in no time

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