Roulette Gambling Systems as a Business
Ultimately, there is a reason why all the roulette gambling systems stress departure rules and money management: We want you to treat your gambling like a business. It’s that simple. All the playing and money management rules we adhere to look to eliminate the compulsion and make your roulette betting system objective and professional.
Bottom line, your investment or bankroll should be treated like any other business. And as a good businessman or woman, you are looking for your investment to turn a profit by following good business principles that work in the marketplace.
To the Benson player, these good business principles are the departure and money management rules we stressed throughout the years in all our roulette gambling systems. That said, I have collected advice throughout the years from our more successful clients that aid in putting these sound business principles into action. Consider them “gambling aids” that lead to focusing your play and maintaining your discipline. I love them. See if you agree.
- Keep records. This is a basic and essential aid in maintaining your discipline. You may be as elaborate as you want. But at the minimum you need to keep track of the date you gambled and whether you were up or down for the day. After that, you need to keep a running total to show whether you are up or down overall in your play.
- Keep detailed records. Detailed records can be a wakeup call to your play. Consider tracking the following:
- Weekly wins or losses. Determine whether you are up or down for the week. Of course, this may depend on how many sessions you play that week. It is good to track your play over three or four sessions, not just from session to session. A real test of a roulette gambling system's efficiency can only be determined after a long sample of play, not session to session.
- Monthly wins or losses. This is another great aid to monitoring your business. Many clients establish a monthly win goal. That is, if they win a certain amount that month they will quit for the rest of the month after their next losing session. If they keep winning they will keep gambling. The opposite is also true. That is, you may want to set a monthly loss limit. If you lose a certain amount that month also pull back on our gambling for the rest of the month. Gambling trends, just like business trends, run in cycles. You may have a very productive first and second quarter and a lousy third quarter. By tracking you monthly wins and losses, you can make sound judgments regarding your play.
A more conservative roulette gambling system approach that many clients use is to collect and lock away half the profits and invest the other half until they double their bankroll. At that time, double your betting unit. You can use this same business expansion with each new bankroll. We suggest that you do not increase you betting unit more than four times the original in one year. This is entirely too aggressive and you may give back way too much if you have a bad month. Always consider reducing your bankroll to your original unit if you lose your first or second sessions. You can start all over again but will lock in some nice profits.
That’s it for now. These are the roulette gambling systems that have helped me and many clients throughout the years. Put them to good use.