Roulette System: 4 Most Important Factors To Beat Roulette at Online/Offline Casino
In this article, you are going to learn aboutthe most important factors to beat the roulette and the entire casino including most of its games.
Very few people get rich gambling but you can win and I will show you how! For over 60 years, casino style gambling has been legal in the state of Nevada, USA. Because of its success, other states and provinces have either legalized gambling, or are currently considering legalizing gambling. Since it is relatively new to most of these gambling jurisdictions, the business of gaming is an unfamiliar and untested entity. It is a high tech industry with its own language and historical products. The understanding of gaming and feeling comfortable with the operations of electronic gaming devices is also a new experience for many and creates job advancements for those already in the industry.
You may not believe it, but gambling is probably the second most frequented activity in the world. We are continually faced with the opportunity to take a chance on a gamble of one sort or another.
No way, you may say! Well, think about this... how many people do you know who place a friendly wager on a football, baseball, or basketball game? How many play a little game of poker once a week or once a month; how many play gin-rummy, pinochle or backgammon? We all know pe*ple wh~o appear to live just to go out and play bingo or who cannot go along without studying race forms and betting on the horses. Tell me the state or province that does not offer people a chance to scratch and win on some fancy sounding game in the guise of handingout money to needy charities. People bet millions and millions each and every week on some sort of lottery game sponsored by the government. As well, thousands upon thousands of people of all ages place daily bets on government run sports pools.
Gamblers are a diversified and varied group. Some have played at the big casinos, some only buy scratch and win tickets, some only play their favorite numbers in the lotto games, and some only play bingo or bet on horses. However, most gamblers will bet on a variety of games.
Gambling knows no age group, race, or ethnic group. Gambling knows no time limit or specific year or place. It happens everywhere, all the time, with all peoples of the world.
Now you can see why it is North America's fastest growing industry. And it is a very serious business, not just for the owners of casinos or for governments offering games of chance, but to every person who has ever placed a bet.
So why do people from each and every corner of the world gamble? NEED. People usually gamble out of need. They need the money, or they need the fast paced excitement offered by the games. Once they get a taste of betting they are hooked. Some people have the ability to stop but once a person makes a winning bet, he or she is usually hooked by the gambling bug. They change their list of priorities and gambling becomes one of the top requirements. A win is perceived as eas*y mo~ney tha. t can~ be duplicated time after time after time. Lady Luck becomes their constant companion, friend or foe, and they talk to her, beg for her help, and even silently pray to her. Hope, anger, disgust, anticipation, confidence and despair all become constant companions. It is not unusual to hear such things as "the next best thing to gambling and winning is gambling and losing", or "I don't mind losing, after all, it's only money". Emotionally, there is no other fix th~at ca~n take you so high as winning and bring you down so low as losing.
Mathematically speaking, gambling is an art at which most people must lose. The odds are against all who gamble. This is ensured by the house taking a house edge called a vig. Or in the cases of government run gambling, you cannot get the correct odds on any given bet. If you are making the right bets at the right time you can win big dollars. However, most people are doomed to be on the wrong bet. Casinos and millions of dollars donated to charities by governments do not come about by most people being on the right bet at the right time.
Why do so many people lose? Because they do not know what they are doing. They have not become experts in their field. Would you take thousands of dollars and invest them in a stock or business without knowing anything about it? Logically, no one would be that silly. But thousands of dollars are bet every minute by peopl~e wh~o do not know the proper odds or who have been given a hot tip, or who know someone who is hot and on a winning streak, so they bet with that person.
We all know someone who has placed a wager or has gone to a big commercial casino saying that "I will lose only X number of dollars. I can afford to lose this much without hurting my financial situation." What is wrong with~ thi. s train of thought and with these otherwise very intelligent people? ATTITUDE! Your mind frame c. an help~ you to be a winner or cause you to be a certain loser. Millions of people have gone to Las Vegas thinking before they go that they can afford to lose a set amount of money. This thought process is contagious and occurs with millions of people. Their first thought about the trip was that they were going to lose. Where would these people be today in their personal lives or jobs if they assumed that they were going to fail? Why did they make 'losing' an assumption in the first place? The reasons are numerous but the most common a. re yo*u know all the different games of chance but you do not really understand them, so you do not expect to win.
Only the 'lucky' people win and you have never been known as a lucky person. People always lose, after all, casinos do not survive by everyone winning. These thought are the most common perceptions that people have about gambling. Nearly everybody assumes that he or she is going to lose. Therefore, nearly all the people lose.
If you expect to win, you are amongst the minority of gamblers. Attitude alone will not make yo. u a~ winner*. Your first step is to assume tha. t you~ can win. Now comes the hard part and the part that most people will not do. You must learn about the games you are going to play. You must learn what the chances of success or failure are at each game, and plan and play according to w. hat you~ have learned. This is~ no. t only a reasonable thing to do but a necessary thing to do. People lose because they don't know how to win. Winning at gambling is a tough business. If it was not, then we would all be professional gamblers. Professional gamblers all have one thing in common. These people make a comfortable living doing nothing but gambling. Whatever the game that they gamble at, they are experts. They have taken the time to learn and practice every facet of their particular game. They know all the odds and probabilities as well as all the rules of the game and of the gaming house in which they are playing. And most of them bet only on the one game of chance in which they are experts.
All professionals will tell you that to become successful in games of chance, y*ou mu~st learn, have, and practice the four following ingredients:* A sufficient bankroll* Money management* Knowledge of the game or games tha~t yo~u wish to play* Discipline
The above mentioned four ingredients are a must. Without them, a professional gambler does not stay a gambler for very long. There are other secrets, such as learning session play, and pacing yourself so that you do not fatigue out, both physically and mentally.
The amateur gambler's most notorious downfall is greed. Next comes stupidity. The professional gambler has eliminated greed from his game and replaced it with the above items, and he has eliminated stupidity by learning the rules, odds, etc.
Your chances of success are best wh. en you~ know wha~t yo~u are up against. What bets will gi. ve you~ the best chance of winning, what bets to avoid because the house advantage is too big. Give the house as small an advantage as possible. Learn where the house has little or no advantage and use it. Learn about systems and use that knowledge to your advantage. (There is no known system that can overcome the house advantage except in one game - Blackjack). A good systematic approach can keep you out of traps and protect your play against emotions of the moment; they can limit your risk taking, and they can get you out while you are still ahead.
I hope you enjoyed today's article! Yours for. yo~ur gambling success!
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