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Roulette Planning
Remember, what we said in our introduction to Roulette, there is no beginning or end to a casino game. Casinos want you to play forever because, in the long run, they have the advantage. It is up to you to set up the criteria to make the game a real game with achievable goals and distinct rules on when the game is done. With measurable objectives, you will be able to track your results better and decide whether your strategy is working. With this feedback, you can adjust your strategy to optimize your gain when you are winning. So, here are some guidelines to use in preparing for your next gambling adventure:
  • Establish your gambling pool
    Decide how much you are going to take with you. Separate the money you will use to gamble with from the rest of the money you will need for meals, entertainment, gas for returning home, etc.
  • Establish how many sessions you will have
    Divide your gambling pool into equal parts for each session. Physically separate the money and only take one part with you to each session.
  • Establish your bet start amount
    The driving force behind establishing your bet start amount will be the betting system you use. In addition, you should consider how long you want to play and how much risk are you willing to take. Of course, you could buy in at the table and bet the entire session amount on your first spin. If you lose, then you will be spending the rest of the night watching others gamble. A good rule of thumb for your initial bet amount is 1/10 to 1/20 of the session start amount.
So, say you are planning a one-day trip to a casino. You expect to play two sessions with dinner and a show in between. You have set aside $200 for gambling. Take this money and divide it into two $100 bankrolls. Find a table with a $5 minimum or less. Although our scenario above sounds like it is oriented towards land-based casinos, this process is especially important when using online casinos. The reason is that your total bank amount with the casino is sitting right there in front of you on the screen. You will need to be disciplined enough to say to yourself that although my bank has $500, I will limit myself to $100 for this session.
 

 

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