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I was contemplating how to gain members and to help some of the folks who play casually. I gave this much thought while I was in Vegas observing players. The reason members join is due to an inability to win consistently.  I know that the reality is that the vast majority of players I see will have lost their money, many lost more than what they can afford. Developing players became even more of a calling while I was sitting in the Palazzo playing roulette with @W84it .  He said that joining BeatTheCasino.com was the best thing he ever did to improve his game. That was satisfying to hear.

As I reflected on many of our current members, every long-term member bought most all approaches and attended seminars.  They have patiently struggled, invested, thought through, evaluated, and  “tweaked” each approach to try to win with it.  We tweaked MDB, NOR and others to name a few approaches. The “tweaks” were positioning them in the correct game and trying to eliminate the massive variances that occur. Unless you learned to do this you lost.

Follow the Shoe takes a long time to master.  What Ideally happens is a new member evolves into a serious player over time.  This happens when they realize that with study and help one can consistently win. There is a certain amount of intelligent subjectivity and casino acumen that develops from the experience of years of playing. This is one aspect that is only gained by time.  However; if you take the time to study, think, reflect and learned more you can achieve consistent winning.  

The question is always how much can I win.  I believe the honest answer is I don’t know. I always relate this question to working at McDonald’s.  If you start to work at an entry level you will not make a million dollars, but you will make a small amount of money consistently by putting in the time and effort. The same is true at BeatTheCasino.com, you will add to your repertoire of knowledge and casino savviness by reading and associating with real players who win. By osmosis alone, these good habits and playing strategies will affect your play.  You will start to think differently instead of system,  you will think approach and strategy.  Stop looking and paying for the Holy Grail and look for the next insight and tactic to win.  It’s a big mountain to climb but take it one step at a time.  That's the truth and why you should join if you want to learn to win. 


You can tell the winners and honest players by how many times they admit they lost 
not by how many times they say they won.

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On 12/21/2018 at 10:04 PM, Keith Smith said:

I was contemplating how to gain members and to help some of the folks who play casually. I gave this much thought while I was in Vegas observing players. The reason members join is due to an inability to win consistently.  I know that the reality is that the vast majority of players I see will have lost their money, many lost more than what they can afford. Developing players became even more of a calling while I was sitting in the Palazzo playing roulette with @W84it .  He said that joining BeatTheCasino.com was the best thing he ever did to improve his game. That was satisfying to hear.

As I reflected on many of our current members, every long-term member bought most all approaches and attended seminars.  They have patiently struggled, invested, thought through, evaluated, and  “tweaked” each approach to try to win with it.  We tweaked MDB, NOR and others to name a few approaches. The “tweaks” were positioning them in the correct game and trying to eliminate the massive variances that occur. Unless you learned to do this you lost.

Follow the Shoe takes a long time to master.  What Ideally happens is a new member evolves into a serious player over time.  This happens when they realize that with study and help one can consistently win. There is a certain amount of intelligent subjectivity and casino acumen that develops from the experience of years of playing. This is one aspect that is only gained by time.  However; if you take the time to study, think, reflect and learned more you can achieve consistent winning.  

The question is always how much can I win.  I believe the honest answer is I don’t know. I always relate this question to working at McDonald’s.  If you start to work at an entry level you will not make a million dollars, but you will make a small amount of money consistently by putting in the time and effort. The same is true at BeatTheCasino.com, you will add to your repertoire of knowledge and casino savviness by reading and associating with real players who win. By osmosis alone, these good habits and playing strategies will affect your play.  You will start to think differently instead of system,  you will think approach and strategy.  Stop looking and paying for the Holy Grail and look for the next insight and tactic to win.  It’s a big mountain to climb but take it one step at a time.  That's the truth and why you should join if you want to learn to win. 

And if you “ want fries with that?)  , or a “ value meal” ...best you understand at McD’s , all the profit comes from the “ drink component” ...

                            Just like Baccarat, you try to package this all into a single, stand alone package? 

                                                           - Guess What ( doesn’t ) happen...

Better off you hand-pick a few things ( individual methodologies) work for you...and act accordingly...

 

 

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