Guide to Win Playing Casino – The majority of people who gamble in casinos are losers. No surprises there. This can be witnessed by the million dollar monument to pleasure that is the state casino. They were built for one purpose and only one purpose… which is to separate the casino patrons who are suspicious of their money.
Gambling generates more annual revenue than the film, audience sports, theme parks, cruises, and recorded music industries combined. According to recent government statistics, casino gambling generates about $40 billion dollars annually.
The part that amazes me is, winning at casino gambling is just as easy as losing. The casino table games of craps, blackjack, and baccarat (and most even money bets on roulette) have the lowest “house percentages” found anywhere offering players the best chance of winning.
However, to win money gambling, first and foremost, requires an intention to win. Sounds a bit simple doesn’t it? I keep hearing people tell me, “I went to Caesars Palace or The Sands the other day and I only lost $50, $60, $100 or $150.” Are you kidding? It looks like they left with the intention of losing. It seemed they had a predetermined amount in their minds that they hoped would be lost.
With the table games mentioned above, the “house percentage” in the pass line/don’t pass line bet with no additional odds bet is only 1.41%. In baccarat it is 1.25% in “player” hands and 1.16% in “bank” hands. Playing blackjack, using a multi-deck “Basic Strategy”, no house advantage. The casino has no advantage over the players at all.
It is my firm belief that it is just as easy for a knowledgeable player to win at casino gambling as it is for an ignorant player to lose. It has to do with intention.
3 Rules of Winning at Casino Gambling
There are three simple rules that players must follow to be a winner. They:
1. Make only bets that reduce the “house percentage” to the lowest possible amount.
2. Money management… set a strict amount you will bet on each gaming session by limiting the minimum bet size to no more than 3 to 5% of the initial cash amount. If you lose that amount, stop betting and leave the table.
3. Always leave the table when you win. You can’t go wrong with leaving a winner. Always play to win and not just for the thrill of the action. In short, self-control.
Playing against a low house advantage and using a money management system that provides sufficient resources, there will definitely be times in each gaming session when you will earn money.…