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IBS6 - the Infallible Baccarat System Version 6.0 by Izak Matatya
There have been quite a few questions on IBS6 - the Infallible Baccarat System -
Version 6.0 launched last month and I would like to share my answers
with you this week in an FAQ.
Q. G'day Izak,
Thank you for your advertising of IBS6, which I received today. As usual I
expect that this system applies to all 50:50 games including roulette's
Can you tell me how many units might be won per hour - i.e. how long does it
typically to play a shoe of Baccarat? It seems to me a normal roulette table
with about 4-8 players will have about 25-30 spins per hour and an empty
table with only one player might get up to 40 spins per hour. And on a
dealer spun wheel of Rapid Roulette with 25 seconds to place your bets I
think you get about double that - i.e. about 60-80 spins per hour.
How does Baccarat compare, hence how many units per hour does IBS6 expect to
Incidentally I am finding that on a normal table I win about 6-8 units per
hour with IBS5 and on a Rapid Roulette table I am winning about 12-16 units
per hour. Do you have any comparable figures for this and for IBS6?
I am interested to see the parameters of IBS6 in particular maximum bet size
and bankroll required - and whether it is still a cancellation method as are
the other IBS systems.
You said it can be prone to mistakes to have high units when the pressure is
on etc. - I had an example on Saturday night when playing Rapid Roulette - I
had the maximum bet out $370 and meant to put it on Black but left it on Red
where recall had placed it, forgot that it was a chop and Black came so I
lost the bet!! I worked really hard including splitting bets, waiting for
double wins and betting from the left for quite some time to get the losses
back - and did so successfully - i.e. I got the one unit win and the run was
I expect to buy IBS6 before the deadline and welcome as always your usually
prompt responses to my questions.
A. Thank you for your interest in
IBS6 is designed mostly for Baccarat, as it takes advantage of Banker
streaks that occur more frequently than Player streaks. However, it is so
solidly built, that I don't see any problems with it applied to Roulette or
any other even chance game. And you won't have any hassles with commissions
In Baccarat, excluding commissions, the system makes 2 units per shoe
extremely consistently. With commissions it makes 5 units, because we bet
extra to cover commissions and gain profit on every fluctuation of wins and
losses. 2 units in Baccarat is made in one shoe, that takes about 50 units.
On a roulette table, if it's not crowded, it would take about 1.5 hour to
make this sum. But because of low bankroll, one can use higher chip
denominations, such as black or purple chips and each hour can profit at
IBS6 limits the highest bet to 8 units and requires a session bankroll of 19
units commissions excluded. With commissions coverage (commissions, of
course, applying to Baccarat Banker wins only), the highest bet becomes 12
units and the session bankroll 27. So, for roulette the former parameters
are the valid ones.
The reason it is still called IBS, it's because it has a very similar
structure to the previous IBS versions, that use an enhanced cancellation
method, but even more advanced than its predecessor IBS5.
In IBS6, there are no ambiguities, no special betting techniques, no
splitting of the bets, no waiting for double-triple wins, just a few basic
rules to follow. IBS6 made all those techniques no longer necessary to
profit on the long run. It has a different concept to tackle winning. It's
not ambitious to win every single run, like IBS5, but accepts some very
small losses (between 11 and 19 units) at times, to abandon a run and move
on with fresh runs, that close so much easier and faster, not mentioning the
fact, than one ends up betting on 90% of all decisions/spins. Runs are
resolved now between 1 and 7 spins in average in most cases.
Congratulations to your new system IBS 6.0, before I decide to purchase it,
please answer my following questions:
(Q1) What is the minimum bankroll required to play with IBS 6.0? (How
(A1) Your session buy in is not more than 27 units. A lifetime
bankroll of 90 units are sufficient.
(Q2) What is the highest wager requirement (how many units)?
(A2) The highest bet you will ever make is 8 units and some extra to
cover commissions, thus never exceeding 12 units.
(Q3) What is the improvement of bet selection method? If I bet in
flat without progression, what will be the winning rate by using this bet
selection method? The winning rate is above 50%?
(A3) It surely wins over 50%. I would say about 54%.
(Q4) According to the introduction on your website, the test results
are not so encouraging since many runs abandoned with huge loss. The loss
total 12234 units and total winnings 13441 units, the percentage is about:
91%, that means you will give up more than 90% of the winning by abandoned
some runs! I do not think it is a good idea!
(A4) As long as a system generates more than it loses, it is good
idea. The fact that it's close is because of the very low bankroll
requirement. With more bankroll, the winning rate increases, but so does the
(Q5) Since this system only bets 90% of decision, is it suitable for
online play? In online play you have to bet every decision?
(A5) Absolutely, 90% is very frequent betting. For the remaining 10%,
one can simply bet flat with IBS6's bet selection and gain 54% extra.
(Q6) Is this system also suitable for other even bet games such as
roulette? Did you test it for roulette? Any results?
(A6) It's mostly suitable for Baccarat. However, purchasers have
reported to have used it for Roulette and Craps with great success.
"Look forward to hearing from you soon. As your old customer, I purchased
your IBS 3.0, 4.0 and 5.0, and I will be certainly glad to purchase this new
version of IBS provided it is really a good winning system."
Thank you all for your valuable questions
and great interest.
IBS6 is only $750. If you need a
printout, you can have the system delivered to you by first class mail for
only $20 extra.
With your purchase, you will have
unlimited post-purchase support. You can email me at
firstname.lastname@example.org any time and I will be more than happy to
answer any question you may have on the system. You are welcome to ask
any question prior to your purchase as well, either by contacting me
directly or posting your questions publicly in our great discussion forum
here to order for an email
delivery of the system. You will have buttons for new purchasers and
for previous owners. You will receive the system document in zipped
MS-Word format, and you will receive also an Excel spreadsheet simulation for 41,004
Zumma decisions, documenting each bet line by line.
The simulation is now 100% automated. If
you wish to further test the system with your own Baccarat shoes, you will
be able to do so very easily, as the IBS6 scheme will fill itself
Your full satisfaction is
guaranteed. You have a totally unconditional money back guarantee. If the system's performance is not to your liking,
for any reason, you can ask for a full refund within 30 days of your
purchase, and, as you all know, I always honor my guarantees.
Wishing you all the best,
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