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themoney5000

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bankroll
January 30, 2012, 01:31:21 AM
can anyone suggest a way of saving money so that you do not touch it if you have a loosing streak

i always end up taking from my savings on loosing streaks, trying to stop that

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Re: bankroll
January 30, 2012, 05:09:01 AM
only bring a certain amount to the casino. leave when its gone.  or when you win what you want.

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Re: bankroll
January 30, 2012, 08:53:16 AM
i find it very hard to do :(

is there any videos of help on youtube as youtube has free videos to see?

if so any links ?

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Re: bankroll
February 07, 2012, 04:20:39 PM
Why not to put your money in bank with such an agreement that you can withdraw those money only after a specific period of time.

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Re: bankroll
September 26, 2012, 09:06:28 PM
I have 2 banks. The one I have on me for immediate play, usually $4000 and my reserve in a bank cash management account with ATM access.  I pack up for the day when my day bank is exhausted or will be exhausted by the next sceduled bet, and come back the next with another $4000. Most days I do not exceed losses of $1000 before winning it all back and again walking away once I have achieved my target of $1000 for the day. On every occasion so far - less than 15% of the time, when I have packed up on losing all or most of the $4k, on my next visit I have won back the previous day's losses and continued playing until I had made an overall profit of $2000 over the 2 days. I only play minimum bet tables of $5 or less and have found that you need that $4000 just in case, even if you rarely use it. I use a very gradual progression to recover previous losses. I believe that if you are not prepared to lose a sum of this magnitude you will not succeed in the long run.

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Re: bankroll
November 20, 2012, 12:32:46 PM
I have 2 banks. The one I have on me for immediate play, usually $4000 and my reserve in a bank cash management account with ATM access.  I pack up for the day when my day bank is exhausted or will be exhausted by the next sceduled bet, and come back the next with another $4000. Most days I do not exceed losses of $1000 before winning it all back and again walking away once I have achieved my target of $1000 for the day. On every occasion so far - less than 15% of the time, when I have packed up on losing all or most of the $4k, on my next visit I have won back the previous day's losses and continued playing until I had made an overall profit of $2000 over the 2 days. I only play minimum bet tables of $5 or less and have found that you need that $4000 just in case, even if you rarely use it. I use a very gradual progression to recover previous losses. I believe that if you are not prepared to lose a sum of this magnitude you will not succeed in the long run.


nice input, thanks!