10 May 17

The point you become hoggish, and hope to get "lucky", is the time you lose all of your money. Seems a bit weird, but it appears to be accurate. The only time I ever amass cash is when I do not care about blowing it. I went to the the casino the other night with $20. I couldn’t care any less about squandering it, who cares about twenty dollars? So guess what happened? I ended up leaving with $120 in profit in just one hour!

Another occassion I was at the casino with my friend Matt. I went in with $100 that I couldn’t stand to lose. I got gluttonous, I got terrified, and I ended up betting too much and losing it in 32 minutes! The lesson is never wager anymore than you are able to lose. If you do not panic about losing, you have a greater chance of winning big!

How else can you build up your chances of profiting at Roulette other than making a budget? Never bet on individual numbers! Yes, they come up occasionally, but they don’t hit enough to guarantee a constant profit. Just wager on 1:1 wagers like red, black, even, odd, 1-18, and 19-36, and 2:1 bets like 1st 12, 2nd 12, 3rd dozen, etc Bet on odds that pay out pretty high.

With the basics reviewed, how else can we additionally boost our odds of succeeding at Roulette? By making probability into our buddy, instead of our mortal enemy. "You cannot be a winner at Roulette", my buddy Jeff would say to me. "It’s absolutely arbitrary because any number might come up". Absolutely, my friend Jeff certainly has a point, however at the same time, he is missing a significant part of the picture. I totally agree, red or black can hit thirty times in a row, but how often does that happen?

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