Learn to Bet on Craps – Tips and Strategies: Don’t Toss in the Towel

Through out your craps-betting experience, you’ll likely have more losing sessions than winners. Go along with it. You must discover how to gamble in reality, not in fantasy land. Craps is designed for the gambler to not win.

Let us say, after two hours, the dice have whittled your chip stack down to twenty dollars. You haven’t seen a smokin’ hot toss in ages. Although squandering is as much a part of the game as being victorious, you can’t help but feel bad. You ponder why you even thought about coming to sin city to begin with. You were patient for two hours, but it did not work. You want to win so badly that you fritter away control of your common sense. You are down to your last 20 dollars for the game and you have little fight remaining. Call it a day!

You must never capitulate, never accede, never consider, "This blows, I’m going to place the remainder on the Hard 4 and, if I lose, then I’ll leave. On the other hand should I win, I’ll be back where I started." That is the stupidest action you can perform at the close of a non-winning game.

If you can’t accept not winning, you have no reason to be gambling. If you cannot bear not winning a given game, then drop out of that session and take your money. Do not toss your $$$$$ away on a appalling bet wishing to hit it big and win your $$$$$ back all at once.

If it’s an awful game and you lose a lot rapidly, then acknowledge defeat and take your money with the $10, fifteen dollars, or twenty dollars that you have remaining. Take that left over 20 dollars, have a BEvERage in the bar, enjoy the live music. Put the money in a nickel electronic poker machine and maybe hit a one thousand-coin jackpot for 50 dollars. Place it in your pocket, find your lady, and spend some time with them. Do not give up. Do something besides pee your $$$$$ away on a non-winning proposition wager. Don’t toss in the towel.

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