My suggestion for a 70-100% session bankroll win is just one approach. As is often said, there are many ways to skin a cat. I personally know of a guy who walks around the baccarat tables and catch the hot customers and follows their bets for 2-3 times the most. He bets like 5k per hand. And then moves on. Regular player. Understand that he rakes in @ US$500,000 per annum. Casinos hate players like him who exercise total control. All serious work.
This is an extract from the latest version of my book in progress. Categorising 4 different types of players. See which category are you and make the necessary changes to make yourself in the first category.
1. Dare to win. Scared to lose
The only recommended category of long term winners. When on a hot streak, dare to win. When in the Shar Chi or Killing Phase, be scared to lose and size down your bets or don't bet at all.
2. Scared to win. Scared to lose.
Social gambler not used to parting away with hard earned money and also don't or cannot believe in gaining easy money. However, there are also people who make a comfortable living out of this approach. Have to really work on overcoming the inherent house edge.
3. Dare to win. Dare to lose.
Reckless big time loser. When winning in a Hot Phase, they can make a lot of money. However, when they are losing in the Killing Phase, they continue to bet big or bigger and tend to lose all their winnings plus bankroll. Tweak to 'Scared to lose' by imposing lots of self control when losing so as to emerge winner.
4. Scared to win. Dare to lose.
The most common category of gamblers. When they win 1-2 hands even in a Hot Phase, they size down their bets or even refrain from betting. When they are losing in a Killing Phase, they continue to bet big or even bigger. Sure loser. it's a psychological thing. Needs to change mindset and approach to the game.