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Azim

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Roulette From my set of eyes. (Part 2)
« on: December 24, 2014, 03:11:10 AM »
Hello,
I am requesting that before you carry on you read:
http://forum.roulette30.com/index.php/topic,194.0.html

Human greed will always follow us no matter who you are.

Take an example of a business man or even a worker at a fast food industry. Do you know what they have in common?
They both want to save money for their family and themselves. I am sure you are too. I ain't gonna deny, I am too.

Anger: In a business if things go wrong and you lost some money due to wastage or etc. Do you run to the bank and empty the bank account? I am sure not.

I am going to let you think of the above 2 major influences in your life as a gambler.

Back to business.
We are trying to run a business. We have a very limited capital to work with. We have to make it out.
Here is my take of what a CASINO is, I look at a casino as a 24 hour ATM if used wisely.
It's a location full of wealth that the owners don't mind you taking a share of their profits.

Oh, whats used wisely in my point of view, think of the ocean as a casino. So much wealth in one and the other has so much water. What do you think will happen to you if you took a truck to the beach and tried to fill it with water?  I am sure you will get stuck in the sand, do you know what will happen while you stuck? The next high tide will drown you.
Lets look at it in a second way, take 2 pails of water fill them up and leave the ocean come back again. You will be safe. I am sure you get the point.

If we were starting a business we would first try and analyze the market, do our research and at the end decide, ok this is what I will do in my business.

Once you open your business, would you shut it down in a few hours if you didn't have any customers? Well look at roulette from the very same logical thinking.

Don't waste your time trying to find a system or buy one from someone who says they can sell you one.  I will throw this out there,  look at a lawyer or a doctor, they spent 7-10 years studying and what is their reward?

Stop jumping from one system to another if it fails in the first 15 minutes or doesn't pass on a million spin test run.

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Re: Roulette From my set of eyes. (Part 2)
« Reply #1 on: December 25, 2014, 09:38:23 PM »
Hello Azim,

Interesting post. I like your relaxed, conversational style of writing.
 

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Re: Roulette From my set of eyes. (Part 2)
« Reply #2 on: December 26, 2014, 03:20:56 AM »
Thank you.
 

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Re: Roulette From my set of eyes. (Part 2)
« Reply #3 on: December 26, 2014, 01:29:20 PM »
Asim  from your point of view you are completed right. I can agree with most of your statements. Greediness is a bad feature for  roulette players. From the monographs on this site we players can learn very much. This is one reason , I recommend this site to people I meet in my casino.

My approach of the roulette is totally else. For me the roulette game is the same as chess, bridge or comparable games. Every game has his own rules. The different is , the roulette is not a human opponent. The roulette has no mind, memory, feelings and emotions.
The player has and that is an advantage. I do not call it an edge.
The player can study the game and learns to develop a strategy. With his knowledge, experience and skill he can try to beat the opponent ( the roulette).

In spite of this there are a very few players who will succeed.