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Learn to Bet on Craps – Hints and Tactics: Don’t Toss in the Towel

February 9th, 2010 at 10:21

Over your craps-betting experience, you will likely have more losing encounters than successful times. Accept it. You must understand how to bet in the real world, not in fantasy land. Craps is devised for the gambler to lose.

Say, after two hours, the dice have brought your chip stack down to twenty dollars. You haven’t witnessed a smokin throw in a long time. Even though squandering is as much a part of craps as winning, you can not help but feel cursed. You ponder why you even thought about heading to sin city to start with. You were a rock for two hours, but it did not work. You are looking to win so much that you lose control of your common sense. You’re down to your final $20 for the game and you have little fight left. Call it a day!

You can never capitulate, never bow out, never believe, "This blows, I’m going to place the rest on the Hard 4 and, if I lose, then I’ll call it quits. However should I succeed, I’ll be back where I began." That is the dumbest action you can do at the close of a losing game.

If you can not accept losing, you have no business placing bets. If you can not stomach losing a distinct session, then bow out of that session and call it a night. Don’t throw your money away on a terrible bet praying to make it huge and win your $$$$ back in one great go.

If it is an awful day and you are deprived of a lot quickly, then acknowledge defeat and take your money with the ten dollars, $15, or $20 that you have remaining. Use that remaining twenty dollars, have a BEvERage in the lounge, listen to the band. Put the money in a 5 cent video poker machine and perhaps hit a 1,000-coin jackpot for 50 dollars. Place it in your pocket, locate your girl, and spend some time with them. Do not give up. Do something besides pee your money away on a losing proposition bet. Don’t toss in the towel.

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