are many devised gambling systems or methods aimed at overcoming
the odds to give you an edge to make you a winner, but don't expect
to systematically play your way to riches off the casinos. Apart
from card counting at blackjack or applying the Martingale System
with no maximum bet limit, all forms of gambling are conditioned
by luck, and an astute gambler should make allowance for that.
The casinos have an in-built mathematical advantage on virtually
every game and no mathematical betting system can overcome that.
On the other hand, the player practically makes all the playing
decisions including when to quit. Depending how you make those decisions
will determine how successful or otherwise you are.
casinos are there to let you have a shot at their money and they
will have a shot at yours too at the same time. Have a planned betting
strategy. Discipline yourself too. Limit your losses and control
your winnings. Stick to your planned bankroll limit if you lose
and don't be greedy if you win. Walk before you run. Rather than
aiming to win a specific amount of money, learn how to be a winner
first by a small margin - any small margin. Not easy.
Gambling systems are not sure-fire methods to 'break the casino'.
In fact, some of them are actually proven to not work. We've listed
some of the more popular gambling systems out there which have varying
degrees of success - and failure. Take a read and decide if they
are right for you.
The Martingale system is a very old and extremely simple system.
It is based on the probability of losing infinite times in a row
and is usually applied to 'even money' bets. You start with one
bet. If you win, you start again with one bet. If you lose MORE
Before reading this you should look at the Martingale system. This
system is designed for use on the even chance bets on a roulette
table but can be used on any even chance bets ... MORE
Frenchman's 'Law of Equilibrium' Jean le Rond D'Alembert was a math
theorist in a day and age when lots of guys just sat around and
pondered life via numbers. One of Jean's beliefs was that things
that are supposed to happen 50 percent of the time -- and don't
-- (numbers, events, whatever) will eventually catch up...MORE
The handicapper based his premise on the concept of mean regression.
Just as poker players tend to fade the bets of a player who’s on
a rush with greater frequency, the handicapper believed that I would
eventually hit a losing streak. This kind of mentality is rooted
not only in gambling environments, but in financial markets as well..
- Trioplay Trioplay is a system which is sold over the net,
so this is more of a review than an explanation of the system -
hopefully within the bounds of their rather heavy copyright notices
When considering using a gambling system to help you in your efforts,
you should use the same strategy for blackjack as you would for
roulette. In most casino games there is a defined house edge, the
percentage of advantage that the casino has in their favor, and
is much of the time unalterable. What your looking for in a gambling
system, is a method that can actually reduce the house edge, instead
of a gambling "system" that simply keeps track of your winnings
and losses to stop you before you lose too much. Of course these
techniques are essential too, but to truly increase your odds, keep
your eyes peeled for gambling systems that reduce the house edge
of the game.