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Casino Stay or leave the casino?

Discussion in 'Casino Forum' started by mr j, Jun 11, 2015.

  1. mr j

    mr j Well-Known Member

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    There are FEW subjects on roulette regarding "being on the fence", this I admit, is one. When I see both sides of the logic, its tough to take a stance.

    HIT & RUN...or...stay??

    I hear, the longer you keep playing, the house edge creeps up on you and snatches your life. (lol)

    Maybe but what about...you hit your win/goal at 80 spins, you leave. Next day, you hit your win/goal at 135 spins, you leave. Next day, you hit your win/goal at 115 spins, you leave etc.

    So thats 330 spins. What is the HUGE difference if you stayed at the casino for 330 spins, then left? 330 is 330 regardless if its spread out over the week or over three months, its still 330.

    Isn't all of roulette play one CONTINUOUS game? I'm not counting other goofy factors such as...the min bet went up (you cant afford it and now must leave) or too tired and need to go home etc.

    A "hit & run" game might be.....you sat down at the EXACT time of a losing streak coming your way (you of course dont know this), just as easy as, you sat down at the EXACT time when your numbers will be hitting like crazy. Thoughts?

    Ken
     
  2. Spider

    Spider Active Member Founding Member

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    Hi Ken,
    I just don't get the whole hit and run thing. I'm in the camp that says X spins is X spins, no matter how or when you play them. Like you say, how are to know when the numbers would tilt for or against you?
     
  3. Anna Loudon

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    When I am tired of playing I got to run home and go to sleep or get a room and sleep. That's my idea of hit and run. Make sure I get home safe. I can play for two or three days straight so the term hit and run remind me the casinos are 24/7 365 and will be there. I am not a machine that can run for ever 24/7 365 I need my rest too!
     
  4. mr j

    mr j Well-Known Member

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    I will not respond, I did not post this here.

    Ken
     
  5. AskBoab

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    The longer you play the more chance the casino has of breaking you ... get in fast, never walk away on a winning bet, and leave at the right time whenever your luck changes for the worst ;)
     

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