So you find yourself at the casino.
You see some characters at Great Yarmouth's Grosvenor Casino.
The staff is exceptional.
If you want a cheap meal, free bets and drinks then it's the place to go. You just need to know how to play the game!
Gambling is all about discipline. If you have no discipline, then you really shouldn't gamble because you will have no stop button. And if you have no answer to a question...there is, literally, no answer.
That's not good news and why you see too many punters being controlled by gambling than controlling this big, bad bear.
You can turn the beast into Nookie the Bear, by playing the role of Roger De Courcy, with your hand stuffed in the innards of psychopathology.
I really enjoy a night at the casino because it is fun and I bet so little that a free bet here and there and free alcoholic drink means you have the odds in your favour.
That's the point about gambling.
Is there any value in your bet? And what percentage is the rake on your given game of play?
I really don't understand most gamblers. They are a strange bunch of ''hoodlums''. I say that tongue in cheek because most people in life are respectable (to a point) and not involved in criminal activities. Although saying that, I'm sure much of the money at casinos is laundered. Strange how you see some players betting thousands and their shoes are held together with blood, sweat and tears. I'm pretty sure there is someone waiting outside to take the ''winnings'' from the ''losings''.
Anyway, it is surprising how few gamblers have any idea of what gambling is all about and have little idea about the basics.
This is a big problem because they may be betting and have no idea (interest) in the overround.
This is brainless.
In theory, a gambler could be betting at such a ridiculous overround that they are guaranteed to lose. You are almost guaranteed to lose on any fixed odds betting and reason you should bet on skill-based sports as it is the only variable you can try to control. If you bet you can beat Garry Kasparov at chess don't be surprised if you lose. It's the same with many bets and the reason why you need to know your onions.
So which games at the casino are, in theory, the best to play because the house takes less of your hard-earned money?
Take a look at the house edge for these popular games.
Roulette (single zero) 2.5%
Slots 2 - 10%
Three Card Poker 1.5%
If you don't know the odds, don't bet.