Can gamblers learn skills that will help them remain profitable, even in the long term?
* statistical knowledge
* bankroll/money management
* psychological balance
When a poor gambler (relatively speaking and myself included) loses a sequence of spins, can a superior gambler (potentially all of us) play those same sequence of spins and win because of their superior skill?
What are some of these abilities and techniques?
Let's share and explore!
I will start it off.Surfing/Scrapping
This is the gambler's ability to deal with debt in relation to the flow of random sequences. I believe all successful gamblers are experts in these techniques, simply because without them, a roulette gambler will consistently lose his entire bankroll; in the full random environment of roulette, if we don't thrive, we don't survive.
It not only involves specific techniques/methods and psychological balance but it also involves perspective
where even large amounts of debt are properly weighed, taking into account multiple future sessions.Psychological Balance
It is said that while playing chess, the analytical & creative poles of the brain are working simultaneously. I have discovered that in order for this process to properly manifest itself, I must have "an open mind" that is free from emotional interference but not emotional influence! This is where gambling stress attempts to interfere in the process!
So its a real skill to be psychologically balanced as a gambler!