Baccarat Game Protection

Baccarat Game Protection

My next virtual Zoom session will cover the different aspects of Baccarat Game Protection.  This session will cover various methods that your Baccarat game can be attacked using current legal (advantage play) and illegal methods.

The session is presented through Zoom just like my other presentations.  Baccarat Game Protection is the 7th session in my Table Game Protection Series.  This session will require a fee of $100 at time of registration.  For more information, please contact me at wzender@aol.com.

The topics examined are:

  • Counting Baccarat side bets
  • Attacking the ribbon spread
  • Playing card sorts (Think Phil Ivey!)
  • Marking cards Internally and on the table
  • Card switching
  • Attacking deck sequences (false shuffles to using video recordings).

Game Protection –  Protecting the Game of Baccarat – Thursday July 29th, 2021 at 3:00pm EST (Noon PST)
Examines and discusses most common methods of attacking Baccarat through both Advantage Play and Illegal methods. Covers counting side bets, card location with cut card, using marked and manufacture sorts, and other techniques.

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.

When: Jul 29, 2021 01:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

Topic: Game Protection – Protecting the Game of Baccarat

Register in advance for this webinar:

https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ezR9ZNqSQ-yw4TdraFfYNw

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Information for the virtual attendance

  1. Anyone wishing to attend can do so through the Zoom registration link to the presentation (above).
  2. When clicking into the Zoom link, you will be required to register (quick process) and sign up for free Zoom (if you are not already signed up). You need to sign up for Zoom as added session security to prevent intrusions.  If you already have Zoom, you will be asked to sign in first.
  3. There is a charge for this session, and you need to pay with a credit card at time of registration through Zoom/PayPal. The process is simple as ordering other items online.
  4. The session will run approximately 75-minutes. You will be able to ask questions via a Q&A icon.
  5. All attendees of the paid sessions will be provided with a Zoom review link of the session as well as a copy of the session handout. This will be emailed to each person who registers for the session  shortly after it has ended on July 29th.
  6. I plan to limit the number of attendees to 100 (my Zoom limit).

I recommend viewing the presentation on your laptop or desktop computer, but smart phones can be used as well.  For more information, please contact me at wzender@aol.com.

Note: This session is the third part of my four-part series on the Table Game of Baccarat.  Any organization who wishes to schedule the four Baccarat sessions for their own property should contact me for more information wzender@aol.com.  I can teach this topic as a two-hour session, with split sessions of one-hour each with a 15-minute break in between (total time 2-hours and 15 minutes).

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