Baccarat Streak System
• The 1-3-2-4 betting strategy is a type of baccarat progression strategy that plays off the fact that the odds for winning on either the banker or the player is a roughly 50/50.
• Money management is critical for long term success in Baccarat. Excluding the tie bet, there isn’t much difference in the payout amounts of Banker and Player bets. They payout at evens, with a small commission taken for Banker bets. These staking strategies are all progressive systems of betting.

The 1 3 2 6 Baccarat System is pretty straightforward and simple to use. It is not a loss chasing system, and is designed to profit from short winning streaks, with built in loss limiting.

## Baccarat System Pdf

As the name suggests, your betting sequence is 1, 3, 2, 6.

Starting with what must be the most well-known betting strategy, the Martingale system, we also look at the D’Alembert, Fibonacci and the Labouchere systems. We have recently added a review of the 1 3 2 6 Baccarat System too. Each system has its own advantages and disadvantages. While none of them is a sure fire way to getting rich from.

When you lose at any place in the sequence you go back to the beginning and start over. If you win all four bets you will have made a profit of 12 betting units.

This is a good example of a positive progressive system – it doesn’t force you to chase your losses and the bet sizes should not spiral out of control, unlike with some other Baccarat Systems.

Your first bet will be 1 betting unit – you should have decided beforehand what size units to use. If that bet loses your next bet will be 1 unit again.

When you win your first bet your next bet will be 3 units. Should that bet lose go back to the beginning. If it wins, your next bet will be 2 units. Again, if you lose the third bet, go back to the start. If it wins your final bet will be 6 units. Win or lose on the fourth bet, you go back to the start for another sequence.

## How the 1 3 2 6 system works

The full breakdown of this betting strategy is as follows;
Lose the first hand, loss is 1 unit.
Win the first but lose the second, your loss is 2 units ( +1 -3 )
Win the first two but lose the third, you will have made a profit of 2 units ( +1 +3 -2)
Win the first three but lose the fourth, you will be even ( +1 +3 +2 -6 )
And finally, if you win all four bets, your profit will be 12 units ( +1 +3 +2 +6)

Remember that this system, and most others, work best on an even bet proposition (1:1), so in Baccarat you should be betting on the Player, not the banker.

If you change the last bet from 6 – which takes all the profit from the first three winning bets – to something smaller, you can increase your flow of small wins at the cost of some of your chips from the one bigger win.

The theory behind this method of gambling is that there will always be runs or streaks of wins and losses. Sometimes you will experience those horrificly long and ruinous losing streaks, and even more rarely you will have an incredible, life changing, winning streak.

But the vast majority of runs will be for two or three wins or losses in a row. This system will make the most of those small runs, and when you get four in a row, which is not really that difficult, you will see a nice profit, without having risked ruin on the way there.