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Winning Online Baccarat Games Systems

 

There are several basic reasons why we discuss betting systems for Online Baccarat Games and dismiss such systems for a game such as roulette. First of all, in Online Baccarat Games, each round of play, other than a tie, results in a win for either player or bank. There is nothing equivalent to the 0 and 00 in roulette to destroy a system. And ties, as we know, are standoffs, where neither bank nor player loses.

Second, we have a unique situation in Online Baccarat Games. One side wins more often than the other. The bank bet wins 50.68 percent of the time, and this is an important factor in systems play. Even though the house takes 5 percent as its commission, it only takes a 5 percent cut on winning bank bets, not on all bank wagers, so if a player loses betting bank, he is not paying additional vigorous on losing bets.

We must mention a third factor, inherent in other gambling games as well. As any serious player knows, games run in streaks. Sometimes in Online Baccarat Games the bank hand will win one round after another, and at other times the player hand will do the same thing. The odds of the games, however, favor the bank hand, and winning streaks tend to be longer and stronger on the bank side.

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Playing the High

 
Low and middle sets get beaten all the time, and paired boards yield full houses much more often than W Texas. The biggest mistake that new players make in Ornaha-8 is to overvalue made hands and draws after the flop. They will bet and raise with hands that are strong now but unlikely to remain so, and they will call to draw to hands that are short of the nuts when they should fold. You will make the most profits when they play their mediocre hands to the showdown or make their second-best hands at the same time you make the nuts. Remember, the split action in Omaha-8 often produces multiple raisers. This gives players who have the nuts one way or the other the opportunity to re-raise each other, pulling careless callers along for the ride. Don't be one of these callers. The prospect of capped raises makes playing second-best hands-or draws to second-best hands-disastrously expensive.

Another factor that devalues high draws is the possibility of a split pot. If the flop makes a low likely and you don't have a chance at it, the pot odds for your high draw just went down by 50 percent. Think of it this way: An open-ended straight draw in Ornaha-8 when another player will win the low has roughly the same expected value as an inside straight draw in Texas Hold'em. How often does it pay to play those?
 
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