Pocket Some of That Profit!
October 13, 2014
We know that there is an awful lot of temptation when you are sitting in front of your computer playing at an online casino. And we realize it is much more difficult for you to get up from that spot when you are going well then it might be if you were in a physical casino and perhaps had to be somewhere else at any given time. When you are at home, you might have to get up and go to work, or pick up the kids, or cook dinner, but once all of that is over, you can go right back you computer and continue to play more.
But what we would like you to do is to see if you can exercise a little bit of discipline when you are playing in an online casino, and this particularly applies to when you are in that enviable position of making a profit. We say that because we know that one of the things you absolutely DON'T want to do is to give it all back, although your habits in the way you play, plus the fact that there is always opportunity there, will usually lead to just that.
We are not kidding one bit when we say that a player who really likes to gamble is like a kid in a candy store when everything in the online casino is right there at their fingertips. And you are grown up enough to know that you don't really have the edge in any of the games you play. Therefore, coming out with a profit is something that occurs much less often than not.
Do you think you have enough discipline to take your winnings and set the original bankroll aside, not touching them, and playing with your winnings only? Or, can you deal with using just half of your profit? If you can, you might come away much happier on your next virtual "trip" into the online casino atmosphere.
What are we talking about? Well, if you begin your planning session with $200, and then you have won $100, which means you have a total of $300, what we would like you to do is to set that first $200 aside and not touch it, so that even if you lose half the profit of $100, you have still come out with a profit. At the very least, just use $50 of that profit, and you will come out ahead.
Do you think you can do that?