A-7 Corsair II in Detail & Scale Vol 22 by Bert Kinzey

By Bert Kinzey

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Finally, to ensure the accuracy of my work, I hired a mathematical modeling expert at Cal Tech to independently review this work. Peer review of one’s work is expected before publication in scientific journals, and I wanted this book to have the same type of peer review before I would release it for publication. The peer reviewer found no inaccuracies. I hope that you will enjoy the book and the baccarat tables! INTRODUCTION 1 INTRODUCTION Welcome to the world of baccarat. Whether you have never played the game or are an experienced player, you will find this book will help make the game more enjoyable and profitable.

No one likes to lose, but experienced players never expect to win every hand. You should make no verbal protest or outcry if you lose a bet. Just record your results, and move on. Becoming really upset or visibly agitated betrays a desperation befitting someone who should not be betting in the first place. “Don’t bet what you can’t afford to lose” may be not be advice that all players follow, but other players don’t expect you to be getting yourself in way over your head, either. If you get really agitated because you lose, you will find little sympathy at the baccarat table.

You then hear a call: “Bets, please. ” KEEPING OR PASSING THE SHOE In American-style baccarat, when betting is completed, the shoe of cards is passed to the player whose turn is next (you’ll learn in a moment how this is determined). The player removes one card from the shoe and, without looking at it, quickly slides it to the caller (standing dealer). He catches it and sets the card face down in front of him. The player with the shoe (called the “Bank,” whether he bets on it or not) then quickly removes the next card from the shoe.

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