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The point you become insatiable, and pray to get "lucky", is the day you squander all of your money. Seems a bit strange, but it appears to be genuine. It seems the only time I ever amass money is when I don't care about squandering it. I decided to go to the the casino the other night with twenty dollars. I couldn't care any less about squandering it, I mean, what is 20 dollars? So guess what happened? I ended up leaving with $120 in profit in just one hour!

Another time I was at the casino with my buddy Chris. I went in with $100 that I couldn't afford to lose. I got gluttonous, I got worried, and I ended up betting too much and losing it in thirty minutes! The lesson my friends is never ever bet more than you can commit to lose. If you don't worry about squandering, you have a lot more chance of profiting big!

What other ways can you enhance your chances of profiting at Roulette besides making a budget? Never bet on individual numbers! Yes, they come up every once in a while, but they do not hit often enough to guarantee a steady profit. Only wager on even wagers e.g. black, red, odd, even, 1-18, and 19-36, and 2:1 bets for example first dozen, 2nd dozen, third dozen, etc Wager on odds that pay out relatively high.

With the basic facts reviewed, how else might we further increase our odds of winning at Roulette? By turning probability into our ally, instead of our enemy. "You can not win at Roulette", my buddy Mike would say to me. "It is absolutely random due to the fact that any number can come up". Yes, my buddy Charles certainly has a point, although at the same instance, he is overlooking an important aspect of the picture. I absolutely agree, red or black possibly could be landed on 30 times in a row, but how often does that happen?

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