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My Fortunate Run At Baccarat Banque

March 26th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments
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I call this story my "lucky baccarat chemin de fer morning" except morning is rushing it a bit. It was more like my lucky baccarat banque half an hour. It was a morning which created me a believer in people who know that destiny or fortune or whatever is on their side and they right away act upon it. I was glad I found the correct person at the suitable time so I could act too.

There is practically nothing like striking a good run at the baccarat table. I got up at 8am and headed down to have my normal cup of strong coffee with no intentions of betting anything ahead of I would had at least two cups along with a bacon sandwich. I bumped into a friend of mine who bets on baccarat banque and immediately adjusted my mind.

The guy in question may be extremely good at the casino game and also terrible. If he is on he can not lose and I make cash with him because I follow whatever his "wager" gives.

Realizing I had left my room with nothing but thirty dollars in my wallet because I only planned to get some breakfast, I stuck it in the money area. The dealer announced "money plays".

I could tell my buddy was "right on" as soon as he sat down. It was almost as if fate had blessed him that morning and given him a poke to play at that baccarat chemin de fer table. I took the entire $30 and pressed it as much as $960.

I took the nine hundred dollars earnings and started more than with sixty dollars and pressed it up to one thousand nine hundred and twenty dollars and was ready to start over with one hundred dollars when he said: "that is it and it is gone". As I had bet with him before on a number of occasions, I knew he was probably correct. Everyone calls him the "sit and go kid" so I didn’t persuade him to stay.

He had produced a profit of around five thousand dollars and decided it was time for a few breakfast. After hints plus a handful of other costs, I walked away from the table with more than $2800.

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