How To Play Online Casino Games Smart

Online casino games are popular forms of pastime now for stressed-out, constantly-online individuals. Sometimes they can offer easy, mindless, portable entertainment accessible via any Wi-Fi connected laptop, tablet, or smartphone. However, if one is not aware of his/her playing habits, then he/she becomes vulnerable to making some gauche – even dangerous – decisions whose effects may not be contained only in the virtual world but can spill into the real world, bringing real problems to the unwary individual. Betting virtual points, for example, is a harmless activity. With online casinos encouraging players to play with real money through credit cards, however, it is not hard to see how real debts can sink a person who started out playing just for fun.

To avoid this all-too-likely scenario (and it is likely, given the addictive nature of online casino games), here are some tips that all players must bear in mind to keep their game all clean fun and not the seeds of disaster.

Budget Setting

The most usual problem associated with both real and ufabet games – glamorized forms of gambling all of them – is its draw on a player’s finances. Betting is a crucial part of the game and stakes can run high. Unfortunately, players tend to bet large amounts and losing players tend to bet larger amounts. This can be a particular problem – with the losing player getting in deep financial trouble – if there is no set budget that he/she strictly follows.

It is, thus, important for players to set their budgets before playing, meaning that they should know the limits to the amount of money they want or can afford to lose. Of course, this may run contrary to the optimistic mindset that most players want to bring when playing online casino games. However, acknowledging that the chances of losing are huge is not only a smart move, but a practical one as well.

In order to help players resist going over the set budget, they must choose to play with debit cards that have been loaded with only set budget. Never play using a credit card, and especially one with a large credit line.

Time Management

Online casino games, by virtue of their accessibility and the inherent lure of casino games, are monstrous little time-suckers. Focused on the entertaining qualities of such games, the unwary and careless players may not notice time slipping away. Often, they find that they have whiled away the time meant for productive office work, studies, family, or social obligations and used it up for online casino games instead.

To avoid this, players must resolutely manage their time to avoid turning into online gaming addicts. Players must fix a set schedule for playing. There is no specific time for such a schedule, as this will depend on a player’s specific circumstances. However, some ground rules must be established. Playing, for example, during fifteen-minute coffee breaks is fine, but playing during work hours is a no-no. Playing at night as a way to wind down before hitting the hay is okay, but staying up late when there is a big presentation or an exam the next day is not good. Important family affairs must take precedence over online casino games.


How to Select 3 Draws Or 5 Aways in Football Betting – The Final Steps

The British Treble Chance is the game of picking winning lines of 8 score draws from a list of 49 matches on a coupon. Some punters prefer to lay stakes on, for example, 3 draws or 5 aways. This article briefly outlines how the most likely candidate draws or aways can be identified from a ranked match list.

Ranked List

In an earlier article I wrote about how to prepare a list of match assessments. This is a list of the matches on the coupon, with a numerical assessment against each one. The numerical assessment is just a number which reflects the probability of the match being a home win, a draw or an away win.

We then sort this list in order of ascending probability (match rating is the term I use). Those with the lowest match rating I mark as aways, and those at the other end I mark as homes. The matches with the mid range assessments I mark as likely draws.

Now, with 49 matches on a coupon, knowing where to ‘draw the line’ between away/draw/home probabilities is a key decision.

Analysis of recent coupon results shows that approximately 45% of matches were home wins over the season, with 26% being aways and 27% score or non-score draws.

Picking our Candidates

Now, on the face of it, this would suggest that we just divide up our ranked match assessments in line with these numbers. But, we do know that not everything goes to form, we get some surprise results and even some matches which look like certain home wins can end up with away results. Also of course, no forecasting system is perfect even if all results came out in line with team form.

So, the borders between home/draw/away are not clear and we need to cast our net more widely and cover more matches (in the treble chance). For 3 draw or 5 away forecasts though, the problem is tougher – we have to pay much more attention to individual matches, team changes, injuries and other factors.

The 3 draws we need will lie somewhere in the list of 20 potential draws we have selected. So, how do we find them. We don’t! We simply set our coverage so that we are ‘perming’ any 3 from 20. Now that’s a lot of lines – 1140 separate ufabet in fact. Even at 20 pence a line that’s over £200 in total, way too much for most punters. And of course the odds from the bookie may not cover this. If we are looking for, say a 3 to 1 return (£600), then we would need fixed odds of 3000/1.

Trim the List

One way we can make this work is to trim the number of lines – that is, reduce the coverage. So, we would need to shorten the list to say 12 selections. Any 3 from 12 would be 220 lines – about £40 at 20 pence a line, and we would need fixed odds of 600/1 for a target return of 3 to 1 (£120).

To shorten the list would mean eliminating selections – this is done by analysis in detail of the matches and teams, or simply by taking the higher/lower rated matches off the ranked list, some from the Home Win end, and some from the Away win end, and in proportion to the usual results percentages (45% homes, 26% aways). This is, roughly, 6 homes and 2 aways removed to reduce the coverage from 20 matches to 12 matches.