How to Leave the Casino with a Fortune

 Winning money in casino does not depend on luck. It takes hard work and skill, but sometimes luck does not hurt.

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Every game in the casino entices players with promises of riches beyond the imagination, but most of these games the chances of getting those riches are so astronomically against you it is better to avoid the ones that deal with luck. Games like slot machines, keno and even craps, which has the best odds for the player in the entire casino is all about luck. Stick to games of skill such as poker, blackjack, you do have to deal with the luck of the draw but after that it is all about the skill and experience required to win especially if you are trying to win big.

Learn to Play:

The first thing you need to do is to master a game. Many people make the mistake of trying to master every game, and what winds up happening is that you have to split your time between the games and it takes you longer to learn both games, and when learning you are going to lose lots of money so you really want to keep it as short as you can. Find a game you enjoy playing like 3 card, Caribbean stud poker or blackjack and spend all your time studying and playing that game until you know it in your sleep.


How much you believe that you will win will show in the way you walk thru the casino and will affect the way other players react to your presence. Your confidence can make others feel less confident and make them more likely to make simple mistakes. Or more likely they will play more conservative and take fewer chances giving you more opportunities to go for that big win.


Dress serious if you want to be taken seriously. If you go to the tables in sunglasses a hat pulled down so no one can see your face and a shirt with the names of poker sponsors on it you are going to be thought of as a fool. Remember you are playing in a casino and not in the World Series of Poker. Unless it is part of your strategy to have the other players think you are a fool.


As the old saying goes it takes money to make money, and if you want to take home a chunk of the casinos money you are going to have to be realistic. You are not going to win a fortune playing blackjack for 20 dollars a hand. You will need to play big to win big. You should be betting the casino max, which is usually around $1,000 a hand. You are going to need a substantial bank roll, but that does not mean that you should throw money at every single hand, if you are not getting any good hand you can always change tables, and many casinos will allow you to request a new dealer.


The table you pick can have a lot to do with winning and losing some games you only have to play against the dealer, but inexperienced players and the table can cause you to lose as well, so if you are playing against the dealer you really want to make sure the other players at the table are as good as you if not better, but in a game like Texas Holdem where you are playing against the other people at the table you really want to play with players who are not as good or experienced as you to help give you the edge.

With these 6 little tips you can greatly improve your chances of winning some serious money in the casinos and making the change from amateur gambler to one of the pros.
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Monday, 20 May 2019

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