Author: Bob Gillespie
Even though we all know that there are as many ways to lose a bet as there are to win, as bettors, we tend to bet to win. Even losing does not discourage us because we tend to think that the next bet will be a winner. This is why bettors can quickly get in over their heads and even become addicted to gambling.
The real truth is that it is frequently a coin toss as to whether you are going to win or lose. It is also true that there are a few very specific things you can do to tip the odds to your advantage. So, let’s consider practicing a few winning tactics. I’m not saying that a person should take up gambling who is not already leaning in that direction. I am only saying that if you are going to bet, do whatever you are able do to build up the likelihood that you will win more frequently than you lose.
Another thing to think about is that individuals don’t go to Las Vegas or Atlantic City solely to win dollars: They travel there to have fun. If you can’t enjoy yourself gambling, then I suggest that you give it up and do something else instead that enlivens you and causes you to grin. While no system is perfect, the following tips will assist you in winning more than you lose and that would appear to be a lot of fun.
Gambling, unlike the stock market or real estate, should not be considered an investment but, rather, as a source of amusement. Gambling is not a way to try to make a living. Wager for recreation and only recreation.
Don’t get emotional and gamble great quantities of resources. Keep your bets small and then, when you lose (and you WILL lose sometimes) there won’t be very much of a sting. I once went to a casino in Las Vegas with only $10 in my wallet. I left the remainder of my assets in my hotel room on purpose. I turned my $10 bill into a paper pail of two hundred nickels and passed the next four hours playing the nickel slot machines. My intention was to play until all the nickels were gone, just to ascertain how long I could make that pail of nickels last. I hit a few small jackpots and could thus milk out my nickels for four hours. I had a lot of enjoyment for my $10!
If you are one of the few lucky individuals who hit the gigantic jackpot, be pre-disposed to walk away with your winnings. Have an intention, in advance, to dictate your actions in such an event. I had a friend who won a one hundred thousand dollar jackpot. He was so excited that he thought he could not lose. By the end of the night he had lost every penny. The sad thing is that $100,000 would have altered his life for the better.
Now, I can’t show this scientifically, but it appears to me that there is such a thing as luck. Bet with the lucky winners. See if you can duplicate their luck. You don’t need to make huge bets. Just bet the way the winners are betting and more often than not, you will end up ahead.
Use your natural psychic gifts. The first intuition you receive is more often than not the perfect one. Do not change your mind.
See if you can see patterns that are happening in the moment. Decide to bet on numbers that seem to be coming up repeatedly. Keep a written record so that you will know for sure that a pattern actually exists. Decide to keep your emotions in check.
Finally, do not bet the “favorites” or so-called “winning numbers” because they have a way of letting you down. Alternatively, weigh the odds and work at improving your judgment.
Like I stated before, these are not tactics that always will be triumphant. It’s just that, over time, they tend to win more than they lose. Have fun!
Bob Gillespie writes on many subjects including how to win your bets. He is a full-time Internet marketer and author who lives on the island of Maui in Hawaii. Learn more about how to win your bets at Bob’s blog at: http://predictions-football.inetwyoming.com Other blogs of possible interest: http://sports-betting.inetwyoming.com and http://betting-on-sports.inetwyoming.com
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