Learning How to Bet Slot Machines Using Control

I am not going to write some nonsense claiming there is a fool proof guaranteed way of beating the slots machines. There are many “scum bags” who will sell systems making this ridiculous claims. Truth be told, there are quite a few number of casino games that offer the gambler a much better chance of coming out ahead. The reality is that no matter hoe bad the chances are of winning while playing the slot machines, you are going to play them anyway. Since you will play them anyway, why not use an intelligent approach?

I am a strong believer that no matter what game of chance your endeavor is, the key to success is controlling your losses. The gambler, trader, investor and speculator all need to protect their Capital. If there is no Capital, then there is no game. I realized that once I forgot about how much I was winning and started to focus in on how to cut my losses I became a consistent winner.

Please remember, we are talking about slot machines, so all we can hope to do is slow down the process of pulling the arm, or pressing the “Spin” button. By slowing down the amount we put in the machine and coupling that with money management, we are on the right path. Our money management must include a way to take some (or all) of the profits when they appear.

I will break down the amount of starting Capital, before I walk in the casino door, and have a predetermined amount that I will risk per machine. I have a set of rules I follow that tell me when to leave a machine, or stay. My plan is completed long before I enter the casino. I refuse to let emotions, good or bad, sway my decisions. I stay in CONTROL.

By using self control and sound money management, you can attack the slots with an intelligent wagering system that can only help extend your visit to the casino.

Jim has over 22 years of experience gambling. The system he has used with great sucess on all types of wagering, trading and investing is his CONTROL system. It is a complete system of risk control and money management that took over 20 years to develop.