Changing your Luck

02/18/2014
By Tommie ClarkGoogle
The problem is that the edge doesn’t always work out in our favour.

The idea is to get your money in when you are ahead in any game and let the cards or dice do the hard work. When you do this you know are playing the game as it should be played. Consequently, playing the game correctly means you are changing your luck by playing with variation and not against it.

Let’s take a game of Roulette for example. You see red has come up four times in a row even though you are concentrating your betting on straight and split bets.

You decide to use all your cash from your would be straight bets and put it on black for a quick double up. This is an example of being ahead because you are playing the odds as they should be played and most importantly you are recognising the opportunity.

The black may not come in, but you have put your money in where it counts.

Poker is another game that works a lot on this principle. In a hand where you are holding two Kings and the board flops out with no ace, you are ahead most of the time. You bet the flop and turn, but you are being called down by a follower.



By the time the river comes you get the rest of your cash in only to discover that your opponent was chasing an up and down straight draw with no value or at least they had implied odds. At the end of the day your bets pre-flop, flop and turn were all points at which you put your money in while you were ahead and odds on favourite to win the hand.

Casino and poker players all have the potential to go on tilt when they go on a losing streak. This is one of the worst things you can do because it isn’t your luck in play most of the time and rather your variation, which essentially gives you control over your luck.

Learning to tone down the amounts you bet when you are just not hitting anything on the tables is the best way to deal with a losing streak. That is opposed to running through the rest of your cash in a desperate bid to either go for broke or race to get your money back through a few risky bets. For example, a poker player would step down from $1/$2 cash games to $0.50/$1.00 cash games. A roulette player will start to bet just $1.00 per straight bet on a lower limit table rather than $5.00 per bet.

Slowing down and using new strategies to flow with your bad run of luck is the best way to ensure you have control over your luck. When things start to improve you can ramp up the betting to your usual stakes by getting your money in at the right time.
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