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The time you become insatiable, and hope to get "lucky", is the point you give away all of your cash. Sounds a bit abnormal, but it appears to be legitimate. The only time I ever win money is when I don't care about blowing it. I went to the the casino last evening with twenty dollars. I could not care any less about squandering it, who cares about 20 dollars? So guess what happened? I left with one hundred and twenty dollars in profit in 2 hours!

A different time I headed to the casino with my friend Ben. I took with me one hundred dollars that I couldn't afford to lose. I got gluttonous, I got terrified, and I ended up wagering too much and losing it in 30 minutes! The lesson my friends is don't ever wager anymore than you can afford to lose. If you don't care about losing, you have a greater opportunity of winning big!

How else can you enhance your chances of profiting at Roulette other than setting a budget? do not wager on single numbers! Sure, they come up every once in a while, but they don't hit often enough to ensure a constant profit. Just wager on 1:1 wagers e.g. black, red, odd, even, 1-18, and 19-36, and 2:1 bets for example first 12, second dozen, third dozen, etc Wager on odds that pay out relatively high.

With the basics covered, how else might we further elevate our odds of succeeding at Roulette? By making probability into our buddy, as opposed to our mortal enemy. "You can't succeed at Roulette", my buddy Charles would say to me. "It is absolutely random due to the fact that any number might come up". Yes, my friend Charles certainly has a point, however at the same time, he is overlooking a crucial part of the picture. I absolutely agree, red or black could hit 30 times in a row, but how often does that happen?

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