Baccarat Does intuition play a part?

lordcole

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We've all heard that Baccarat involves luck as well as some level of skill. What about intuition? I've heard it said that observation skills are very important and if you can multi task, chances are that you can manage the competing events well.
 
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I suspect that some form of perception exists that is subject to documentation. As a part of my newest book, I include development and testing of finger dowsing (I doubt that you can take a forked peach stick to the baccarat table). I make not guarantees, but if you have the latent ability, I think the exercises that I describe will enhance it. HAIGHT ON THE THEORY OF PLASTICITY should be on my author page within two weeks: amazon.com/author/larryhaight
 
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You know what I think about Baccarat and intuitiion? Simply just doesn`t happen - pure luck
You may be perfectly correct. What is "pure luck?" Is there impure luck? It luck a hit or miss cosmic force of some kind? Is luck a statistical aberration that will inevitably appear over a sufficiently long period?

Naming something does not mean that it either exists or does not exist. Accountants tend to thing of "luck" as a null hypothesis, a zero sum statistic. One side suffers coversely to the benefit to the other side. There is no observable reason why one side should continue to benefit into perpetuity.

This deals with the concept of luck to the satisfaction of accountants, but it does not answer the question "is there such a thing as luck?" If there is, "can I get some of it?" There is no satisfactory answer in a text book. This is not something of which one person can convince another. It has to be learned and then the answer will only be appropriate to yourself.

I describe a method of testing and development. I do not say that it will work for you or for anybody else. If you perform the exercises and the tests, you will have an answer. I don't know what that will be.
 
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