You need to be serious about your bankroll. If you start to play casino games to win, you need to set three important rules:
Inside Dillian Whyte’s training HQ at country pub in rural Leicestershire
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- Never lose more than you can afford
- Never try to win more than you can
- Know how to manage your bankroll
The one about the bankroll is easy. Some time ago, I wrote an article titled “The No-Nonsense Guide to Managing Your Bankroll”. Go through it and get all the tips you need to develop a downswing-proof strategy.
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The other two rules are the tough ones.
Know Your Limits When Playing Slots!
Every time you open an online casino site (or you go to a brick-and-mortar one), you need to know exactly how much money you are going to invest in your games. You need to know how much you can afford to lose (it will happen), and you need to know how much you want to win.
If you win the amount of money you set before your session started, stop right there and enjoy the money. There’s a good chance that your stroke of luck will end soon, and you will lose everything you worked hard for.
You need to stop also right when you hit the negative limit. If your luck isn’t working, there’s no reason to insist. And no, the next spin is not going to be the lucky one: even if you really feel it.