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  • Decide how much money you are willing to lose BEFORE you go inside. Only bring that amount of money. Don't bring in your debit card.
  • Leave your credit card at home!!
  • As the saying goes,"bet with your head,not over it" save a certain amt of cash away from you,i.e,keep in the car,hotel,etc. Also try to quit while your ahaead!
  • Don't flash your money, or you can become a target. Never plan on getting money out of your credit card. Take maximum 1 or 2 cards for emergencies only. Meals etc. Unless you're Rockefeller, bet small. Even the rich can get poor in very little time in the Casino. You never have enough money to gamble. Take an amount set aside just for gambling, food, etc.. and keep to the plan. You be much happier when you get home.
  • only play the games your good at and actually have a chance at winning
  • Here's a site that might give you some tips. Keep in mind that every game favors the house. A 10% return rate means that for every dollar you play, you will get back 90 cents. Keep playing long enough, and you will eventually run out of money. Quit when you win, or when you have played all you intended to spend in the first place. Don't keep going. http://www.goingtovegas.com/kpv-play.htm
  • Casino's are pro's at taking your money. Don't think for a minute that you can beat the system, because you will loose big.
  • The necessity of being able to count the coins!
  • dont worry, all the first timer win, all they gonna do is to smile
  • You will inevitably lose money: the inescapable facts of statistics prove this. Given the stakes and the odds, statistics will prove, on average, how long it will take for you to go broke. Even if the improbable happened and you got ahead, the casino would then cheat you into losing. So if you must go to a casino, decide how much money you are prepared to lose and stop when you have lost it. Be aware of the process of partial reinforcement: training rats to undertake a particular task such as pressing a particular bar in a Skinner box is much quicker if you reward the rat only sometimes for completing the task correctly. One-armed bandit machines use the same technique to train you to keep pulling the lever by giving you payoffs intermittently, and at disgracefully long odds. The only way to beat a casino game, and they won't let you do it for long, is to play blackjack and count, but with multiple packs of cards in the shoe counting is desperately difficult if not impossible. The only way to make money in a casino is to own shares in it. So, rational people don't go.
  • Dont be stupid and just budget your money! read up about games on the internet so you know the game inside out and most of all just have fun! as long as your not being silly with your money, you will have a good time.
  • Make up your mind ahead of time how much this evening is going to cost you. If you set your limit at, say, $50....then quit once you have lost all that.
  • Casinos are extravagant because they make money. In other words, they are in business to take your money. You are bound to lose but set your limits and have fun losing it. If you are lucky, you might break even or make a little money. Remember, most people lose a lot of money, few make money at gambling. Gambling is addictive, if you keep losing then win once, many get hooked for that sensation of winning. Many casinos have slot machines that will let you win a little as "bait". Look for a machine that hasn't paid off for a long time then play it. It will let the player win in a pre-determined sequence according to some gambling guides.
  • it's addictive
  • Really learn the games before playing them , really know your odds, and really know when to quit. And, play for fun not to make money, because the House will get you in the long run.
  • Never gamble money that you don't want to lose.
  • Leave your money at home. I live with casino all around me . They didn't build all these casinos on WINNERS. Good luck.
  • Plan ahead how much you are willing to lose, and don't let yourself go over that. AND, if you don't like to be around cigarette smoke ... don't go. Smoking is alowed in the casinos everywhere.
  • Don't bet more than you can afford to lose.
  • Are the lights at your house free? Neither are the ones at the casino. What else do they have in common? You pay for both of them.
  • first thing to do is watch how fast your friends spend his and or her money, and you take note,So go big or stay at home.the odds are on the house , keep your money in your pocket and watch others give it to the house,you will have a house and they will need an umbrella.no joke my friend money talks shit walks!>keep it where it belongs in your pocket>man<>and or your friend.
  • Have a limit going INTO it!
  • Hold tight to your wallet as there are so many pick pockets in those places.
  • DON'T gamble. . .but if you DO. . .take only as much money as you can afford to lose. Those casinos weren't built because people by the preponderance WIN ! They almost always lose. . .and lose BIG TIME !
  • The rules are simple : Never take more than your willing to loose Never bet more than your willing to loose when it is all gone quit and stick too it and observe the tables before sitting down know the game well and IF your winning put the original money back in your pocket and IF you loose your winnings DON'T keep playing and loose what you saved better yet quit while your ahead ... ~Nemo~
  • Rule Number One: Take ONLY the money you are willing to lose. Rule Number Two: Plan on losing it all as the price of your entertainment. These rules are based on the casino's number one rule: The odds ALWAYS favor the House. Casinos are in the business of taking your money in the most efficient manner possible. They will bend over backwards to show you a good time, feed you, give you drinks, provide you with music...but the ENTIRE purpose of it all is to make it EASIER to liberate your money from YOU. As long as you remember this, you should be OK. Most people visit a casino to have fun and enjoy themselves. But you should put a limit on what you are willing to spend BEFOREHAND...just like you do when you plan any other vacation. Otherwise, it won't be fun when you're done.
  • It's not just what you do in Vegas that stays in Vegas. (It's as likely to be every last cent you take to Vegas.)
  • Casino always wins.
  • The casino is there to relieve you of your hard earned money. They will also relieve you of your not so hard earned money. They love you.
  • Never take more money than you're willing to throw away, the odds are always in favor of the house and cheap drinks are designed to get you to loosen up and spend more than you normally would. If I was you, I'd stick to small denomination slot machines and $2 blackjack tables. Also, you might notice that absence of clocks. This is done deliberately so that gamblers can't tell how long they've been at it. There are no mulligans in a casino.
  • Never spend more than you're willing to lose. Limit yourself to a reasonable amount of money to spend. We'll say $30 and this money also goes towards meals, snacks, and beverages. And lastly, don't even think about taking that credit card.
  • It helps if you can add quickly in your head.
  • Take no inside pictures
  • Go to casino if you want get some fun. If you want to win money. just turn arround and better go to bar.
  • Basically there are a few main points to keep in mind before even attempting to down load a casino software: -Security -Attentive casino support -Payment options -Winnings withdrawal options -Restricted territories impact -Casino bonus promotions -Online casino software. -Casino games allowed for wagering if casino bonuses are offered. Well, I have counted 8 points - the lucky number.
  • how much you wish to spend while you are there. set yourself a limet of what you want to use and after that is gone get up and leave the casino. 2. find how how old you have to be to enter the casino
  • Learn how to play slot machine. The food and drink are cheap to make you feel confortable inside the casino. LOL

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