Why Do You Lose?

Let's face it - a lot of the people who travel to a casino locale for an evening or weekend of play, or engage on online sessions, have certain discretionary income which allows them to spend the money necessary AND have bankroll with which to gamble. Many of these people have secure jobs, or run their own businesses, which allows them to undertake this recreational activity. In other words, these are reasonably successful people, and in some cases, extremely successful people.

At some point though, they become somewhat less than successful.

Whether it be ego-driven or not, they don't take kindly to someone telling them that they are playing their favorite online casino game the wrong way; that there is a better way to go about it. Or they think they know it all already, just like they know their own business backwards and forward (this is very common among those who play a lot, by the way). Because of all this, bad habits are acquired and will never be shaken. It has been seen by this reporter a million times.

Let's say you were talking to a boxing trainer. He would tell you that he would much rather have a fighter come in the gym who was an absolute beginner, who he could teach from scratch, than one who has had a little or a lot of experience but had developed bad habits that were going to be problematic to undo. It's no different than people who, say, have been playing blackjack or craps for years - the wrong way - and are so far gone that it is particularly hard to reverse that pattern of bad play.

Please don't be one of those folks. Even if something doesn't seem to make "logical" sense to you, follow it if it is mathematically sound. Your "best bet" is to absorb good advice like a sponge. Good advice, like what you are getting in these emails.

Go get 'em!