Casino Gambler’s Toolkit For Waiting Out the Red Light
Recently I read an interesting article in an online article written by a Las Vegas casino enthusiast who had lost his fortune in the famous black jack game and desired to get help in learning to play the game better. The article was titled “C Vid-19: The Casino Gamblers Toolkit for Waiting Out” and written by Jon Bitzer. In the article he made some interesting comments about waiting for the red light at the end of a two-hour casino delay.
“If your game tells you to wait the two hours for the red light to go off, then do it,” he said. “There’s no shame in waiting, especially when it comes to the big jackpot games.” He went on to say that if a player was feeling greedy or wanting more from the game that waiting the extra two hours might be a way to get it.
This is not a new argument by anyone. I’ve been hearing this argument for years from different casino players. I’m sure there are a lot of other things people have done while playing. The important thing here is that waiting the two hours is not necessarily a bad idea, as long as you know you’re going to get the prize before the red light goes on. Waiting for the red light is only good if you’re a strong person.
If you don’t feel that you’re strong, or you don’t want to risk losing, then don’t play the game. It’s true that, if you know what you’re doing, you can actually get lucky and win a lot of money. However, if you are going to rely on luck in this game, you are going to be waiting a long time for the right moment to strike. There is also a very strong possibility that you will be unlucky enough to have the red light go on, meaning you lose your money even faster.
That’s why I personally advise people to play the game with friends or family who are also good at it. However, that doesn’t mean you’re going to have to start gambling with them. In fact, a lot of times it’s even better when you sit down with your friends or family and play against them. You can both increase your chances of winning by a lot. Casino gamblers don’t just wait around for the perfect situations to arise. They play a lot, and they always play against something else as well.
Even if you are the type of person who doesn’t wait out the red light, you shouldn’t. It’s just bad planning. Casino gambling is fun, but you should always be aware of your risk level. Make sure you are using the correct strategy for the amount of time you have at hand. Then, when the waiting red light hits, you’ll be glad you did.