Nearly all people who gamble in casinos are losers. No surprise there. This is often witnessed by the multimillion dollar monuments to pleasure which can be the nations casinos. They're constructed for starters purpose and one purpose only... that's to separate the unsuspecting casino patron from their money.
Gambling generates more annual revenue than movies, spectator sports, theme parks, cruise ships and the recorded music industry combined. In accordance with recent government statistics, casino gambling generates an estimated $40 billion dollars annually.
The part that amazes me is, it's just like simple to win at casino gambling as it would be to lose. The casino table games of craps, blackjack and baccarat (and for probably the most part even-money wagers on roulette) have the best "house percentage" found anywhere offering the ball player the top chance to win.
But, to be able to win money gambling, first and foremost, requires the intention of winning. Sounds a little simplistic doesn't it? I constantly hear people tell me, "I visited Caesars Palace or The Sands last week and I only lost $50, $60, $100 or $150." Have you been kidding me? It appears like they went with the intention of losing. It's like they had a predetermined amount within their mind that they anticipated to lose.
Just The Facts
With the aforementioned mentioned table games, The "house percentage" in craps "line" bets (pass line/don't pass line) without any additional odds bets is just 1.41%. In baccarat it's 1.25% on "player" hands and 1.16% on "bank" hands. Playing blackjack, employing a multi-deck "Basic Strategy," your house advantage is non-existent. The casino doesn't have edge over the ball player whatsoever.
It is my strong belief so it is simply as easy for a knowledgeable player to win at casino gambling as it is for the uninformed player to lose. It has related to intention.
3 Rules for Winning at Casino Gambling
You can find three simple rules the ball player needs to follow along with to be a winner. They're:
1. Make only those bets that reduce the "house percentage" to the best possible amount.
2. Money management... set a strict amount that you will wager at each session of play limiting the minimum bet size to a maximum of 3 to 5% of this starting bankroll amount. In the event that you happen to lose that amount, stop betting and leave the table.
3. Always leave the table when you are winning. You simple cannot fail walking away a winner. Always play to win and not solely for the thrill of the action. In a word, self-control.
Playing against such a low house advantage and employing a money management system that provides sufficient resources, there may inevitably be a amount of time in any session of play when you is going to be in the money.
You can't fret using what it's likely you have won. You will not win the chandeliers off the ceiling. Those are completely unrealistic expectations. If you always quit winners you will also have life left to fight another day and far more money with which to complete so.
You can find actual playing and betting strategies for each one of these games that definitely shift the benefit to the ball player in virtually any reasonably short session of play. Failure to follow along with this simple strategy is the reason why many people lose money when gambling in casinos.
It is a enjoyable experience to return from the visit to the casino a winner rather than a loser and if you follow these sound principles, you really can't help but be a winner.
By all means make the most of their elegant rooms, fine dinning, drinks in the lounge or perhaps go see a show. But play intelligently and do all these things on the dime, not yours.
Wishing you the best of luck.