Betting according to wins advantage
This strategy has a simple idea behind it. If two or more selections have equal chances to win a game, out of last, say, 100 games they will have won equal number of times. Once one of them starts winning more frequently than the others, this gives you a reason to think that it will enter a losing streak pretty soon. So you can either lay on that selection or back on the opposite one.
I have created two implementations of this simple strategy.
Once the wins of Banker have outnumbered the wins of Player by 8 games (since the very start of refreshing the Baccarat channel), back on Player until it has shortened the difference between their wins to 2 games. Also back on Banker if the opposite situation happens.
Find the Player who has the least number of wins since the start of the channel's refresh, and that number of wins is at least 4 games less than the next lowest number of wins of other Players. Back on that Player until its number of wins is no more than 2 games less than the next lowest number of wins. Example: in the last 20 games Player 1 and Player 2 have both won 12 times, Player 3 has won 10 times and Player 4 - only 5 times. So back on Player 4, until 4 games later Player 1 and Player 2 still have won only 12 times, Player 3 has won 11 times and Player 4 - 9 times. Since 11 - 9 = 2, the backing stops until the next opportunity that meets the conditions.
The minimum wins advantage is defined by the constant called games_dif. Change it to experiment with the triggers.
Here is the illustration of what was said before.
Player 3 has the least number of wins, 38. Player 1 has the next lower number of wins, 43. So 43 - 38 = 5, and that is greater than games_dif for this trigger, which is 4. That's why the trigger backed on Player 3.
The P/L graph below is recorded for the Baccarat triggers.