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Just a Few Common Sense Pointers for the Casinos

September 26th, 2019 Leave a comment Go to comments

As an avid player, I have learned a few valuable lessons while gambling over the decades. Regardless if you like to gambling at the real world’ casinos or the many net casinos. Below are my all important protocols of gaming, many of which might be seen as common sense, but if followed they will assist you in going a long distance to departing with a smile on your face.

Rule one: Go into a casino with a determined sum that you are willing and are able to afford to risk – How much would it cost for an evening out on food, beers, cover charges and tips? This is a great sum to use.

Rule 2: Do not pack your debit card out with you – or any other means of withdrawing cash out. Do not be concerned about cash for the taxi if you burn it all; most taxi operators, specifically the cabs hailed by casinos, will take you to your abode and will be more than happy to wait for the cash when you get home.

Rule three: Stick to an upper cap. I always think of what I would like to purchase should I win. The previous time I went, I determined I would really would like to purchase a new digital SLR camera which cost about $400, so that was my predetermined limit. As soon as I reached that number, I stopped. Just walk away. Even if Mystic Megan herself approaches with you the upcoming number for the roulette wheel, ignore her and back off. Leave Secure in the knowledge that you will be going into the city and buying a great new toy!

Rule four: Have a good time. When you are "enthusiastic" you will succeed. It’s a fact. I don’t understand why, but it clearly is. Immediately after it feels like a job, or you are simply gambling to earn $$$$ you have lost, you will lose more. When you are succeeding, having a good time with your buddies, or your significant other, you usually will earn more and more.

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