He is not much older than me, but as gambler he is.
I was discusing roulette today, and show my play
for a other person, who use to go well, he has lost just a
few ten thousend in his 40 years of play,and some years have had a good play, which
made it possible for a lot of good life. He says
yes the total is a loss, but I have had times I never could dream of without the game.
He never lost house and wife, but some days
he had hard to manage, the variance in life
he connected to the game, it is as life, many
have success just by chance.
(The children's education is not an issue here that is free on all stages).
He also told me, when he saw me bet all but one,
it is only due to no HA it works better (I know before).
He advice me to find 5 to 12 "hot numbers" and
put random stakes, so some numbers have less some more and 37 chips total. Then choose a number to receive the moving chips.
He said you win one near every spin, and lose
37 on a miss, if you do as I advice, you have more losing spins, but the winning spins gain
a lot more.
"When you hit the highest pile, it should be
a lot more than your way."
I had time to try a few sessions, so I do not know if he is right, anyhow the trend says so.