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The only advice that I can give to all new people in here is to play as much safe as you can.

Don't go blind all-ins even in 1.1x games.

Don't ever bet more then the 1/7 of your bank .

Play a safe strategy that even if you loose won't get a lot of your money or make you even penniless.

Discover your own method of playing and play it at you own terms.

Happy Hunting All xD

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Eat your betting money but don't bet your eating money. –Unknown

 

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yeah, gambling is already a big risk - I can only think of one time a stupid move has paid off for me in this game, and it was when I accidentally went all in and won 0.03. I would advise newbies to observe for longer than they play when they are first starting out; and to set small goals of profit, 0.004, and withdraw when they reach it. 

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31 minutes ago, blackholeson said:

yeah, gambling is already a big risk - I can only think of one time a stupid move has paid off for me in this game, and it was when I accidentally went all in and won 0.03. I would advise newbies to observe for longer than they play when they are first starting out; and to set small goals of profit, 0.04, and withdraw when they reach it. 

Yeah that's really a nice one ! setting a goal and not being greedy can help us a lot

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40 minutes ago, skanderkrid said:

Yep they really don't I even used a calculator and got that martingale's loosing probability is like "0" AND even it always makes u bust

Even mathematically it can be proven that in long term Martingale will lead to a net loss for the player.

In real life, Martingale is not possible because of the following:

  • Finite bankroll
  • Max bet of the casino is fixed

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