Casino survival strategies for all games
1. round: Bet $1, win $1, collect $2 / 2. round: Bet $2 plus $1, win $3, collect $6 / 3. round: Bet $6 plus $1, win $7, collect $14 / 4. round: Bet $14 plus $1, win $15, collect $30 / 5. round: Bet $30 plus $1, win $31, collect $62 / 6. round: Bet $62 plus $1, win $63, collect $126
Five- or six-round
streaks are not uncommon, As long as you bet only one unit of your own money each round,
you won't get into much trouble.
1. Plunk down $40 and get eight $5 chips.
2. Make four consecutive $5 bets, win or lose. If you haven't won at least two of the four rounds, collect your remaining chips and try another table.
3. Quit and leave the table if you lose three bets in a row.
4. As long as you have more than four chips left, continue betting one unit at a time. Leave the table if you lose $20.
Once you're ahead by $10
and as long as you keep winning, increase the amount of your bet by $5 each time. As soon
as you have a losing round, start back at the table minimum. Quit and take a break if you
lose three times in a row.
1) Divide your bankroll into a number of segments. If your slot budget for the day is $100, you have $20 for each of five separate sessions.
2) Set a loss limit and a win goal for each session. If you started with $20, promise yourself that you'll quit the session as soon as you've lost the $20 or you've won $20 or more.
3) If you get five
losing spins in a row, move to another machine. Chances are the one you're on is in a cold
cycle, or it's set for low payback to begin with.
Supposing you started out with 80
coins, you've found a machine that's in a "paying mood"; continue playing as
long as the credits keep building. Watch the meter. Once the count grinds down and is 40
coins below your highest total, cash out.