Smelling the roses at gaming halls and frolicking in the gardens of the holiday cities add wholesome fun to your casino excursions when you exercise self-restraint and adopt appropriate techniques and winning strategies. All holiday trips entail budgeting and spending money and the same thrust applies to having fun at the casino then you might retain your budgeted fun outlay or even return home happy with gasps of excitement and a little extra cash. How to have fun at the casino with methods for winning based on rounds of real gaming outcomes illustrate various wager options and pitfalls to avoid. With specific techniques and budget strategies you can have fun at the casino without losing your shirt. Do you need help to turn around a compulsive casino gambler? Or do you simply as a precaution want to have a different gambling attitude yourself? You will also increase family bonding when you travel abroad for holidays with diverse cues from the travel anecdotes on what to relish and various simple pleasures to cherish. The chapter 'Right Conduct and Virtual Idols' enlightens you with fresh noble values to your life and invariably reinforce a more wholesome gambling attitude. The reading is also appropriate material for counseling parties because you need to speak the language of gamblers to change their attitude in life. General holiday-travelers too will gain new insights of savoring the side lanes attractions and everyday lives of the communities of the countries they visit.
This is a true story of a fast run to a casino which my wife and I made on the spur of the moment. The experiences which happened were very profound and almost unbelivable, but all are TRUE!!!!!!!!!
This book is about the game of casino craps; its allure, its superstitions and its truths. It is about luck, chance and systems; about good bets, bad bets, good playing strategies and poor strategies. And it contains an analysis of the odds and the house edge. But it is also about human nature, which is often sharply exposed at the craps tables. I do more than just tell you how to play a sensible game of craps. I include a history of the game, an analysis of why people gamble, and the psychology of craps players. Above all, I stress the importance of mental discipline because it is a lack of discipline that makes most players continual losers. Players often behave in weird and wonderful ways, so I have included stories of what people actually do at the tables. Most craps players are consistent losers because they are ignorant of the basics of the game, and they are caught up in a tangle of emotions while they are playing. They are easy prey for the allure of the high house edge bets that make the casinos so much money. If you will apply the methods in this book and exercise mental discipline, you will greatly improve your game, and greatly increase your chances of winning.
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