There’s no one secret or key to making money as a gambler or by gambling on on horse contests. Both are very risky even if you are a skillful gambler or great keluaran sgp horse racing handicapper. There are, however, some actions you can take to tip the skin scales for your benefit. Before we talk about getting ahead, though, let’s set the record straight. Making a living as a gambler or horse player is extremely difficult and stressful for most people. In fact, it’s more work than work.
That wont dissuade most people from putting a little flutter on a horse from time to time or from buying a lottery ticket (the latter is just about the worse bet in gambling). It may keep one or two poor souls from wasting a lot of time trying to do something that is almost impossible, though.
What makes gaming so lucrative and keeps the casinos and bookies operating it called churn. Churn simply means that most players just keep recycle the same money over and over again, excepting a little that the race track or casino gets to hold onto. While we players tend to think about our losses in terms of the whole amount we lose, the people who make a living distancing you from that money think of it much differently.
To them, they don’t win 100% of your money. They only win a few percentage points, but they do it over and over again, whether you win or lose. At the contests the vig, or take out is enormous, around 20% on straight proposition wagers and even higher on exotic proposition wagers. The best proposition wagers in casinos are usually only close to break even for the players. If you sit there and keep giving back a little on each hand, chuck of the cube, spin of the wheel, you will eventually lose it all.
So then how do you win? Sometime or other in their trip to the casino or race track almost everyone is ahead at some point. Setting a realistic goal, a stop limit, if you will, that you’re going to use to know when to quit, will give you a much better chance of winning. On the other hand, the casinos are depending on you to resemble most of their people and to just keep playing if you do not eventually lose.
I know one smart woman who plays the horses and sometimes the dogs. She plays trifectas. When she hits a big one, which she does occasionally, she puts most of the money in the bank and pays bills with it and uses it to buy things she needs or wants for her home and family. She might win $700 and put $650 in the bank and use the other $50 to continue gaming. If she loses it she quits for a while.
Eventually, usually a week or two later, when she’s rested and feels fresh, your girl will come up with another $50 and try her luck again. She’s got a little notebook and she writes her wins and losses in it and she is ahead, or so she tells me. I never asked how long ahead, but something tells me it is healthy perimeter. I’ve seen her go a month without hitting a big trifecta, but I’ve also seen her cash some good tickets. I know other people who go to casinos and play poker, blackjack, and pai gow poker, and do a similar thing.
The point is, when you make a big score, put the money in the bank and just churn a little of it. Make it last and eventually you’ll hit something else big. Don’t be a sucker and just keep cycling that money through the gaming machine or you’ll wind up losing it all.