Baccarat is a game of no skill. It is essentially like a coin flip. Users bet on Player or Banker. There is the option of betting on a
tie, but for the purposes of this system, we will not bet on the tie at all.
We will use a progression known as the D'alembert progression. When we lose a hand, we will increase the bet by one unit and when we win,
we decrease the next bet by one unit. We will only play $1 units. We will play at [login to view URL]
To begin, we will place a "cancellation bet" of $1 on both banker and player and then deal. The outcome will determine our first real bet.
If for example the cancelation bet wins on blue, we will place a $1 bet on blue. If the deal results in a win for red, we will place a
$2 bet on red. If blue wins, will will place a $3 bet on blue and so on. If our $3 bet on blue wins, we will bet on blue again and lower
the bet by 1 and place a $2 bet on blue. As long as the same color wins, we stay with that color decreasing by one unit.
We ignore all ties and use the last decision before the tie to determine our progression. We will re-bet all ties until we get a color
which allows us to proceed.
The object is to stay on a streak of the same color. When it chops from red to blue to red, it could contine so we want to filter out
the alternating color "chop".
After three consecutive losses, we move back to the the above referenced cancelation bet until the chop is over. Two consecutive colors appearing
after a chop is the signal to resume the progression at the same level until a chop (three losses in a row) appears again.
There should be a customizable profit target calculated from the beginning of the game. The practice games all re-start at $1000 but
live games resume with your last balance. There should be a customizable stop loss at which the game will stop regardless.