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Started by Bacchus, July 22, 2016, 01:11:32 PM
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Quote from: MarkTeruya on July 22, 2016, 02:11:02 PMI've seen this 12 units to win 3 mentioned elsewhere, surely you can't be this naïve VLS, watch this space.
Quote from: MarkTeruya on July 22, 2016, 05:51:55 PM Discipline is a great virtue, fantastic it is brought up and reinforced, hopefully it won't lead into a sales pitch. How's your health nowadays?
Quote from: MarkTeruya on July 22, 2016, 08:14:44 PMHere you go Gizmotron
Quote from: Bacchus on July 22, 2016, 01:11:32 PMBankroll, money management, bet selection is never successful most of the time for the 99% of players because of the lack of discipline. Sure, I can easily control and stop my session whenever I have reached my profit goal, but how do I control myself while on the losing side or from going overboard and the risk of ruin? Discipline is the Holy Grail.My "discipline" is my system sort to say as simple as choosing between betting on banker or player side, I don't need any mathematical equation. It is what it is, no system can beat the casino, but one thing I am sure of, a disciplined player can pinch a little share of that very huge pie (casino profits) gradually and steadily all year long or as long as your life or casinos exist.
Quote from: gr8player on July 23, 2016, 02:15:34 PMIf you're unaware of my philosophies regarding this game, I am compelled to inform you that I have been espousing the very necessity of Patience and Discipline and Consistency and Conservative win goals/loss limits combined with our Player's Edges (of which "no-betting" is a major part) for years and years on these very forums. So, with me at least, you're "preaching to the choir". And I should inform you....it's a darn good choir. It's a group of players that know exactly what it takes to get the better of this game over the long run; and then, just as importantly, have the tools (yes, the discipline included therein) to put it into action each and every session they play.