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Re: How much is lucky?
Posted by Ray Murphy on 2 January 2002, at 7:52 p.m., in response to How much is lucky?, posted by Matt on 2 January 2002, at 7:51 p.m.
Re: how much is lucky?
Posted by Ray Murphy on 18 November 2001, at 8:24 p.m., in response to how much is lucky?, posted by Matt on 18 November 2001, at 3:50 p.m.
Depends on several things. Bankroll (it must be adequate for each session and overall too). Your skills, by way of playing the game to best advantage, including strategies (betting levels depending on your system of choice), psychology, money mangagement, and knowing when to quit are essential. I would say probably a bank roll of $2000 may help you to reach a $6000 profit. However, this is highly unlikely for the average player unless a high betting level (100-500) is met with a lucky run. Time is not an important factor here. Targets could be met before your time frame and quitting time should be dependent on target only. How much lucky? It's a relative thing. If you convert 2000 to 6000, that is a 200% win and it is more in the realm of possibilities than, say, if one was expecting a return of 500% or more within two days. But, for sure also there is equally the possibility of a loss of your bankroll- the smaller the higher the likelihood. Good luck.
PS: If you have not handled high stake gambling, your chances of handling larger bets may greatly lessen your chances.
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