Now we all know how tough gambling can be and how winning is most often by chance, however, this doesn’t mean that we cannot prepare ourselves to try even harder at the casino. Now, these tips aren’t guaranteed to make you win, but they do have a better chance than playing just for luck. Here are 7 possible tips that might help you beat odds at a physical casino.
1. Identify the clumsiest dealers:
Often times, many blackjack card counters are not likely professional, hence, you should be on the lookout for any sloppy blackjack dealer who will at some point accidentally flash the face-down card. This strategy is known as “card holding” gives you a 6-9% advantage over the house and it is totally legal.
2. Know when to quit:
At roulette, the house enjoys about 5% edge, and while you have a decent chance of winning the first few spins as you lay, even more, the house might take away all your chips. Every casino has an estimated point at which they are guaranteed to win and once you start to win, don’t push your luck too far.
3. Exploit the laws of nature:
The roulette wheel s a mechanical instrument and at some point, the wheel might become unbalanced or the frets separating the numbers may suffer damages. The more it is used, the more worn out it gets and the more it may favour certain numbers.
4. Don’t play Keno:
Avoid this game if you can, your chances at it are terrible. Often times the house has an edge up to 35% and the odds of a gambler matching all 20 numbers on a 20 spot ticket are a mere 3.5 quintillion.
5. Buy your own drinks:
Every casino has a “player reinvestment” fund, this predicts the amounts of money you will lose and returns a cut of that in the form of comps; free drinks. The worse your odds the better your chances of getting a free drink.
6. Focus on the prize:
Casinos have become even more distracting with bikini-clad dealers and pole dancers, they now look like Vegas. These additions are mere to keep you distracted while you play so be sure to stay away from them and focus on your goal of winning
7. Avoid the really expensive games:
Some games are specially designed for you to “go big or go broke”. The slot machine is two or three times even more costly than the table games. Avoid them and if you most only focus on slots that cost far less than the average slot machine.