Gambling betting strategies in online casinos

The casino game is not because of chess or other types of mental games. First, bet configurations play the biggest role in the game. For the most part, there is virtually no way for a player to influence the game in any other way than by forgoing another move or by changing the bet.

If in mental games the player always has all the information about the game necessary for making a decision and he makes meaningful moves, then in gambling the player does not understand anything at all, and he draws conclusions about the future, focusing only on the calculations of probability theory and his intuition. And since everything happens to him in the casino, and not he himself does something on the game board, in other words, the positions “fall out” to him and he does not keep them under control, he can react only by adjusting his bet to those probabilities who meet. He can put up a win, or he can lose by betting a lot on a bad card.

Gambling bets differ in that they are based on calculations of the probability of the occurrence of certain events. A number of strategies, which are called progressive betting systems, are guided by the fact that in any sequence of bets at some point a change occurs – therefore, in order to be guaranteed to win, it is necessary, according to certain rules, to constantly increase bets until exactly what necessary. Such progressive bets are divided into two subtypes – positive and bad.

The bad ones increase the bet after each loss, and the bad ones increase the bet after each win. In the first case, the income is small, but practically guaranteed. And in the 2nd, there is a maximization of income, which more often covers expenses by one hundred percent and still makes a profit.

Another group of betting strategies is probabilistic, it is based on the Monte Carlo method, which is still one of the most effective methods for calculating and predicting probabilities in probability theory. Its essence is as simple as possible: it is necessary to statistically track how the falling out probabilities are grouped in time and foreshadow these groups specifically, and not individual wins. This is especially evident on roulette when playing on colors: black and reddish never fall out alternately, they are grouped, for example, 4 black numbers in a row, then a couple of burgundy, three black – and another 5 or eight burgundy.

Considering such sequences, it is easy to isolate a certain rhythm in them, which can be foreshadowed with a high probability.