A Few Common Sense Hints for the Casinos
December 25th, 2009 by Kirsten

As an avid player, I have found out a number of valuable lessons while gambling over the decades. It does not matter if you prefer to gambling at the ‘bricks and mortar’ type or the numerous internet casinos. Below are my golden rules of gambling, most of which can be judged common sense, but if abide by they will assist you in going a long distance to departing with a sense of enjoyment.

Rule one: Go to a casino with a predetermined amount that you are ready and are able to afford to spend – How much would it cost for a night out on diner, drinks, entrance charges and tips? This is a great sum to use.

Rule two: Don’t carry your debit card out with you – or any means of withdrawing cash out. Don’t be concerned about cash for the taxi if you spend all of it; most taxi drivers, specifically the taxis hailed at casinos, will drive you to your house and shall be more than happy to wait for the money when you get back.

Rule 3: Stay to an upper limit. I frequently see what I’d want to purchase if I succeed. The last time I was able to go, I decided I would quite love to purchase a new digital camera which cost around $400, so that was my set limit. As soon as I reached this value, I stopped. Just walk away. Even if Mystic Megan herself gives you the next number for the roulette wheel, ignore her and quit. Head out safe in the understanding that you will certainly be heading into town and getting a nice new toy!

Rule four: Enjoy yourself. When you’re "effervescent" you usually will win. It’s a certainty. I do not understand why, but it simply is. Once it feels like a chore, or you are simply playing to make cash you have lost, you usually will exhaust even more. When you are profiting, having a good time with your friends, or your significant other, you will certainly win even more.

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