To me, a recreational gambler is someone that considers gambling an avocation or hobby; an enjoyable way to spend free time. The recreational gambler has a certain amount of money budgeted for entertainment that they chose to risk by taking on lady luck.
This is the third of a three part series on the topic of DICE CONTROL. In Part 1 we examined the dice control controversy. Here in Part 3, we will look at the basic principles used by the dice control practitioner.
This is the second of a three part series on the topic of casino craps DICE CONTROL. Here in Part 2, I will recount the history of dice control as I remember it.
It is nearly impossible to step up to a casino craps table today without seeing at least one shooter attempting to set and toss the dice in a certain manner to get a desired result. This is the first of a three part series on the topic of DICE CONTROL.
If you have played Blackjack for any length of time, I am certain you have heard table mates scolding other players with, “Why did you hit? You ruined it for the table.” It is a very commonly held misbelief that the play of other people at the table has a negative effect on the results for the other players.
Not all the fun in the casino comes with a house edge. There are a number of private games you can play while gambling with friends at a casino. Below you will find three games that add a new dimension to the casino experience.
Below is my, admittedly subjective, TOP TEN list of the best casino related podcasts. I hope this helps you find one that is appealing to you.