Can A Winning Baccarat System Actually Exist?

June 3, 2010

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For the longest time, people have been trying to find a winning casino system. The dreams of easy cash and making a princely living just by gambling a few hours a day proved tempting to many.

Alas, most  if not all these systems ( Martingale, d’Alembert, Labouchere, etc. ) ended in dismal failures, bankrupting thousands of gullible gamblers in the process.

The only time someone actually made millions off a casino was way back in the 1970s, when Ken Uston and his team of blackjack players tore through Vegas casinos like a whirlwind, using a sophisticated system of card counting to totally eradicate the casino house edge. Needless to say, the casinos soon got wise to this, and swiftly moved to ban Uston and his team of card-counters from their premises. However,  Uston filed a lawsuit against them, and  successfully received a ruling from the Court that casinos could not ban someone simply for counting cards at the Blackjack Table. In response, many casinos changed their systems, increasing the number of decks in games, or changing rules to increase their house edge.

After that, the next group to successfully win big in casinos was the MIT Blackjack team during the 80s and 90s. They too were weeded out eventually.

Since then, no one has successfully developed a casino system which consistently wins.  Statistics show that no system can overturn the house edge of any game, hence the adage:   ” The House Always Wins In The End“.

For an exact breakdown of each casino game’s house edge, you can check Wizard of Odds .

Thus, in conclusion, apart from card-counting in Blackjack, it seems that there is no other system in existence which can bring the house down.



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