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The time you become greedy, and wish to get "lucky", is the time you lose all of your money. Sounds a bit strange, but it appears to be accurate. The only time I ever win cash is when I don't care about squandering it. I went to the the casino last night with $20 in cash. I couldn't care any less about squandering it, who cares about 20 dollars? So can you imagine what happened? I ended up leaving with one hundred and twenty dollars profit in two hours!

A different occassion I was at the casino with my friend Chris. I took with me one hundred dollars that I could not stand to lose. I got gluttonous, I got worried, and I ended up betting too much and squandered it in 32 minutes! The lesson my friends is don't ever wager anymore than you are able to squander. If you do not worry about squandering, you have a greater chance of succeeding big!

How else can you increase your chances of succeeding at Roulette besides creating a budget? Never bet on single numbers! Yes, they hit every once in a while, but they do not hit often enough to ensure a steady profit. Only bet on 1:1 bets e.g. black, red, odd, even, 1-18, and 19-36, and 2:1 wagers for example first dozen, 2nd dozen, third 12, etc Bet on odds that pay out fairly big.

With the basics reviewed, how else can we additionally boost our chances of succeeding at Roulette? By shifting probability into our friend, instead of our enemy. "You cannot succeed at Roulette", my buddy Ben would say to me. "It is completely random because any number could come up". Sure, my friend Ben certainly has a point, although at the same instance, he is overlooking an important part of the picture. I absolutely agree, red or black could come up 30 times in a row, but how often does that happen?

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