I don't know about you but always when I'm arriving at the trench-tables I know what I'm going to see;
Bunch of gamblers spreading their money wherever their hands can reach, a table full of chips, dealer shovels away the losing ones into the pit-hole and a small part returns to few winners.
I've read many great systems around forums for years, why I see none of them at the trench-tables?!
Chips cover almost whole table layout as blanket, big amounts lost in seconds and you have to stay unresponsive to all these, it's almost unhuman!
Here are some worthy and not so worthy tips, I'm not endorsing any of them, just use your judgement.
1) Follow the money - Notice who on the table is winning more and follow (you don't know how long is going to last and if he decides to gradually raise amounts how far would you follow?)
2) Stay out of harm - Keep your bets away from where the most money have been bet (Just in case...)
3) Cat @ Mouse - Wait for the dealer to spin the ball first and then place your bet(s) (Just in case...)
4) Watch a film - Before you start betting see if you like how the action evolves before your eyes, if the film is unpleasant, there is always next table,casino,day (would you have won?)
5) Breaking points - Decide a limit for losses, say 2 or 3 and if/when that occurs move away from the particular table for about 20 to 30 minutes (break down a bad momentum)
Well that's all for now.