Just like any other form of investment, if you go to spend money at a roulette table without having a strategy in mind, it’s very likely that you will come unstuck.
A roulette strategy doesn’t have to be rocket science. The main thing is that you must draw certain lines before you start playing. If you win or lose and you are taken over these lines, a trigger must go off in your head that tells you it’s time to walk away from the roulette table.
Sure, if you are on holiday in Vegas, and the drinks are flowing nicely, you’re probably not going to be that bothered if you win or lose. At the end of the day, you are there to have fun and a good time right?
Fair enough, but wouldn’t your roulette playing experience be so much more enjoyable, if you left the casino as a winner, and not a loser?
Whether you are playing roulette in an offline casino, or over the Internet, I strongly recommend that you have some sort of ‘strategy or game plan that you intend to stick to’, before you bet a single chip.
How Much Money Are You Are Prepared To Lose At The Roulette Table?
You should be very clear in your own mind, exactly how much money you are prepared to lose, before you start playing.
Don’t say to yourself: ‘I’ll stop if I lose ‘about’ $200′
What is about $200?
Your losses can soon mount up if you don’t know when to walk away. Set your limit, and be damn sure you stick to it. Then you’ll be able to come back a play again on another day.
The people who rack up huge gambling debts, are the ones who don’t know when to quit.
Master this one gambling principle, and you’ll already be streets ahead of all the other roulette players and gamblers out there. Being a successful roulette player is not just about winning, you have to understand that you can’t win every time you play.
Set Yourself A Profit Target Before You Start Playing Roulette…
Just as you need to set a target on how much money you are prepared to lose, it’s equally as important to set a profit target.
When you reach this target, you must be very strict on yourself and walk away…profit in hand. If there is a sure thing, it’s that you can’t ride a winning streak all night long, day in, day out.
You have to master the discipline of taking your profits when you reach a predetermined level. Cool off, clear your head, then maybe come back later in the day or preferably the next day.