There are more professional gamblers in the world than one would think. Can you see yourself as a professional gambler? Why not give it a try for a few months and see the outcome. I must warn you though, not to quit your day job!
How do professional gamblers do what they do? Are they mathematical geniuses? Scammers? Or just extremely lucky? Unfortunately it’s none of the above; they simply go about there gambling in a smart and disciplined manner.
It’s exceptionally hard to make it as a professional gambler, yet many people succeed in doing so. Whether you are aspiring to be a pro gambler, or just want to improve your gaming skills, it is always a good idea to listen and take in what the professionals think. The following are some tips from the pros to help you, the player walk away from the online casino a winner:
Set and Follow Loss Limits
A loss limit is a pre-determined amount of money that is seen as disposable by the player, as they can stand to lose without finding themselves in financial trouble. For example a player has a £100 bankroll then they should set a loss limit at around 50% of the original bankroll, or in this example, £50. If a player loses the £50 loss limit, it’s time to leave the online casino. Professionals believe that a 50% loss limit is a good figure if a player’s bankroll is under the £2000 mark. Basically they advise that the higher a bankroll the lower percentage of the loss limit. A £3000 bankroll should have a £1000 loss limit, and so on…
Accept Small sized Returns
A player’s primary aim when playing at an online casino should be to walk with a healthy profit. Yes, the entertainment aspect is also a factor, plus the intensity, drama and thrill of the chase also play a part, but there’s serious money at stake, and to earn a profit from your time at the tables should be the chief target.
It is believed that at least 70% of people playing at an online casino are ahead at some stage during play. Yet, an astonishing 90% of that 70% end up losing their winnings.
It’s seen as best practice to walk away when you have made a profit. Even if it’s as small as a10%-20% profit its worth taking that, than nothing at all.
If you feel as though you must carry on, why not switch to a lower priced game or better still over to a free (practice) version? So you can still finish your session in the green.