At last I got 'the horse' to tell us his story. Actually he dictated it to me. He is one of the most
colorful characters you will ever meet, a rough diamond who would give the shirt off his back to help
people. Why 'the horse'? Because of his rough voice, probably from smoking all those cigars. Ha ha!
Howdy everybody. Well I finally got around to telling you all a bit about myself. What a pain! I'm
a baccarat player not an author. Waste of time if you ask me. I spend years perfecting a baccarat
system that works, sell it for a song so you folks don't keep losing, and now I gotta spend time
telling you my life story. Don't get me wrong, I love talking to fellow gamblers, I'm no grouch, just
not sure about this biography thing. Lee talked me into this as he reckons he gets emails asking about
the guys that created this system. So let's go.
I've been gambling for longer than I care to remember, everything from pinochle to the horses, to
blackjack, to craps. Most of the time in my younger days I was a first class jerk, as I would bet on
impulse, feelings, whatever a pretty girl recommended etc. I think you get the picture.
Sure I read books and tried to follow their advice but in the end I thought I knew everything and bet
accordingly. Did I win? Sure, for a while. Did I win in the long run? No way. I would lose all my hard
earned money, then work like a dog to save some cash, then lose again. I kept getting whacked time and
time again only to come back with a new system, method, and technique, call it what you like. Makes me
laugh when I think back how I used to tell everyone who would listen at the table about my new sure-fire,
can't-lose, will-win, system. All no good. My friends, admit it, you all have done at least some of these
things. I tell ya, it's rough being a gambler.
OK Patrick let's see what's it
Well that's the bad news out of the way. I guess I wouldn't be here if I didn't have something good to
In the early nineties I started to look at baccarat more closely as it had a certain mystique about it,
seemed to be stress free compared to say blackjack card counting, and large chips were bet. Easy I
thought. No way baby! Just like all the other stuff. Couldn't win in the long run.
However by now I was older and much wiser in the ways of gambling (and not much else my wife says...) so I
spent a lot more time reading and thinking and practising, rather then just throwing my money down the
To cut to the chase, over about 4 years I discovered certain sequences of banker and player kept appearing
followed by certain predictable results. I started cautiously playing in a certain way and slowly over
time I noticed that I was winning more than I was losing, and that when I did lose my loses were not as
much as before. Anyway I kept fine-tuning and playing, and playing and fine-tuning, until I was winning
twice as many shoes as I lost.
This takes me up to the time that I met Wong. Like most baccarat players I like to watch how other people
play. I tell ya most play like a bunch of chumps and I don't give them a second look. However one guy
caught my eye. He seemed to be playing to a set method and he also seemed to be winning, and big.
This was in Vegas and I kept an eye on him for maybe up to a week. Then by chance one night he was sitting
at a table next to me so we struck up a conversation. Over the next week or so we talked more and more,
observed each other's play, and though we're totally different types of people we formed a friendship. We
shared our systems and discovered that we could improve our turnover dramatically, and therefore winnings,
by using both systems together. For a laugh we called it the Predictor System. Corny I know, but that is
exactly what it does. Predict winnings.
We also wanted to take the rough edges out of it so we contacted Lee Jones who had some incredible
baccarat software for sale and got him to maximize the winnings. He didn't charge us but we gave him the
rights to sell it for a cut of the action.
Why sell it? Well Wong and I both agreed that too many people lose way too much by playing blind. If they
have the guts to commit to learning something positive and apply discipline then they deserve to get
something good out of baccarat. It's not for the money, no way baby, as it's not an expensive system,
costs are high, and we make most of our money from playing baccarat.
Finally, don't be a dope, don't get whacked time and again as I did, don't kid yourself. You need this
system. Don't believe me? Fine, but do yourself a favor and play it smart. Learn from other people's
Remember, the pro bets to win, the beginner bets to bet.
See ya in the winner's room.
Patrick (the horse) Moore
You just gotta try it, you'll love it!