I wonder if you change up £50 cash for 50p chips or are you a high roller who likes to have a wedge and doesn't peel off anything less than a BIG NOTE.
You don't need to go to Montecarlo to see people betting cash like is going out of fashion. While some of us go to the charity shops and thrift stores to find a three-piece suit others go to Savile Row. It's funny that so often the worst dressed punter is the big spender. I imagine they have better things to do than think which tie goes with which shirt. Plain. Stripes. Bow tie. Who wants to be the best-dressed man losing cash off the hip? If you were a chef you would be more cordoned off than cordon bleu. Noir cassoulet!
I guess many people love brick and mortar casinos. Sometimes you just want to sit at home, put your feet up and have a little flutter at this website.
So what did you notice the last time you went to the casino? There is plenty going on. Blackjack, roulette, slots, 3-card poker...and a few strange Chinese games I don't know how to play or even what they are called. Funny. I always notice the Chinese punters enjoy a good bet. (Rarely well dressed).
Winning or losing - comes quickly AT THE CASINO.
I have been very lucky at Great Yarmouth. My lucky single number and corner. Clearly, it is just about being lucky. Every number has an equal chance of coming up on the roulette. You wouldn't think so when you see the numbers in an evening. Hot numbers. Cold numbers. A couple of frosty ones stuck in the deep freeze nestled against a random brussel sprout an escapee from last Christmas. Those numbers send shivers down the spine of the eternal optimist: ''It hasn't come up after 5000 spins.'' Yes, it will when you leave the table!
How do I get lucky?
No shamrock, four-leaved clover...rabbit foot sprinkled with moon dust. Although the latter is quite novel.
No. Just my lucky number and corner. How do I find my lucky number? I simply look to see which number has come up a couple of times in the last half hour and stick with that religiously. It's like watching paint dry. However, you need one touch of luck early and you are winning like a popcorn machine that's gone wrong. If nothing much goes right and you have a thirst like you've got lost in the desert - stop playing after losing £30. If you hit on a winner...give it a few more bets and ride your luck.
The last time I was playing small money and over two nights won £130. I'm not one of these loons who says it's a winning system. There isn't one on fixed odds. The longer you play the more likely you are to lose. That's why you want to play for an hour or two at most. Hope for the best and pray you are lucky.
Believe it or not, I'm actually winning money at the casino and I must have been over 20 times.