Just a Few Common Sense Tricks for the Casinos

by Nathaniel on January 31st, 2010

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As an aggressive player, I have been taught a number of valuable lessons while wagering over the the last couple of years. Regardless if you are partial to betting at the ‘bricks and mortar’ casinos or the many net casinos. Below are my all important rules of betting, most of which can be seen as clear thinking, but if abide by they will assist you in going a long way to departing with a grin on your face.

Rule one: Go to a casino with a determined number that you are willing and are able to afford to bet – How much would it cost for an evening out on diner, alcoholic beverages, entrance charges and tips? This is a good sum to use.

Rule two: Do not pack your credit card with you – or any other means of drawing cash out. Do not worry about money for the cab if you squander all your money; most cab drivers, particularly the cabs hailed by casinos, will drive you to your apartment and are more than happy to wait for the money when you get back.

Rule three: Stick to your set cutoff. I frequently imagine what I would like to purchase if I win. The previous time I was able to go, I determined I’d quite like to purchase a new digital SLR camera which cost about $400, so that was my upper cap. As soon as I surpassed that amount, I walked away. Just quit. Even if Mystic Megan herself gives you the upcoming number for the roulette wheel, ignore her and back off. Depart safe in the knowledge that you will be heading into the mall and acquiring a great new toy!

Rule 4: Have a good time. When you are "effervescent" you will succeed. It is a certainty. I don’t know why, but it really is. Right after it turns into a chore, or you are just betting to earn cash you have lost, you usually will exhaust even more. When you’re succeeding, feeling a wonderful experience with your friends, or your girlfriend, you usually will win more and more.

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