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20% of what?
Posted: 29 September 2010 04:44 AM   [ Ignore ]
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I have read many times to shoot for 20% profit, then leave. Is that 20% of your BR or 20% of your buy in? Opinions please…...Ken

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Posted: 08 January 2011 09:40 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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mr jj - 29 September 2010 04:44 AM

I have read many times to shoot for 20% profit, then leave. Is that 20% of your BR or 20% of your buy in? Opinions please…...Ken


That would be 20% of your bankroll (for online casinos anyway), and 20% of buy in for land base casinos

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Posted: 26 May 2012 11:14 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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Every system is differant….therefore the Win Walk and Loss Walk % is different for each.  However, with most systems since they don’t really win I would be very happy and safe to leave with a net 10% Profit.  Again without a great system I would be happy to do this on 2 tables and call it a day.  It’s easy to get ahead but hard to leave ahead.  “PLAY, WIN, WALK.”

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Posted: 16 September 2012 11:28 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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I would say 20% of your buy-in.  Let’s say you had a $10,000 bankroll you could buy-in the whole amount & aim for a $2,000 win-target.  Why risk that amount on a game of chance (unless you have a sure-fire winner like insider trading smile

How about a $2,000 buy-in and aim for a +/-$400 win-target/stop-loss per session?  That way if you have a really bad session there’s an amount that can be easily recovered.

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Posted: 16 September 2012 02:18 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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The lower your goal the better chance of achieving it. So why not aim to increase your BR only by 5% each day you play.

Suppose that you start on january 1 with a modest BR of 100 euro and you play that year say 200 days.
And every day you play you make 5% of the BR at hand.

Then after playing these 200 days in that year your BR will be: 1.729.258,08.  In other words you will have more than 1.7 MILLION euro and that when only playing 200 days that year and with a modest goal of only 5% per day.

Trust me when I tell you that most investors are very very happy if they can make between 1-2 % of their BR per MONTH. SO if you can make 5% per day you will be rich very quickly.

IN fact youmay want to even decrease you daily goal to say only 3% per day and then play 300 days per year (starting again with 100 euro) and at the ned you will have 709.851,30 euro which is still not bad for playing an hour per day on the roulette…..

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Posted: 26 October 2013 12:24 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 5 ]
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Look out for boundaries.  These are big bulk buy or sell orders, usually involving lots of gold, that others placed.  Try to avoid having your own orders trapped below them as these boundaries may take a long time to clear, depending on the item.

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Posted: 25 May 2014 05:43 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 6 ]
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CasinoObserver - 16 September 2012 02:18 PM

The lower your goal the better chance of achieving it. So why not aim to increase your BR only by 5% each day you play.

Suppose that you start on january 1 with a modest BR of 100 euro and you play that year say 200 days.
And every day you play you make 5% of the BR at hand.

Then after playing these 200 days in that year your BR will be: 1.729.258,08.  In other words you will have more than 1.7 MILLION euro and that when only playing 200 days that year and with a modest goal of only 5% per day.

Trust me when I tell you that most investors are very very happy if they can make between 1-2 % of their BR per MONTH. SO if you can make 5% per day you will be rich very quickly.

IN fact youmay want to even decrease you daily goal to say only 3% per day and then play 300 days per year (starting again with 100 euro) and at the ned you will have 709.851,30 euro which is still not bad for playing an hour per day on the roulette…..

Cheers
CO

I prefer 1 to 2% per day, but most gamblers don’t have the patience for it, which is why they lose.

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Posted: 25 May 2014 06:00 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 7 ]
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foogus - 25 May 2014 05:43 PM
CasinoObserver - 16 September 2012 02:18 PM

The lower your goal the better chance of achieving it. So why not aim to increase your BR only by 5% each day you play.

Suppose that you start on january 1 with a modest BR of 100 euro and you play that year say 200 days.
And every day you play you make 5% of the BR at hand.

Then after playing these 200 days in that year your BR will be: 1.729.258,08.  In other words you will have more than 1.7 MILLION euro and that when only playing 200 days that year and with a modest goal of only 5% per day.

Trust me when I tell you that most investors are very very happy if they can make between 1-2 % of their BR per MONTH. SO if you can make 5% per day you will be rich very quickly.

IN fact youmay want to even decrease you daily goal to say only 3% per day and then play 300 days per year (starting again with 100 euro) and at the ned you will have 709.851,30 euro which is still not bad for playing an hour per day on the roulette…..

Cheers
CO

I prefer 1 to 2% per day, but most gamblers don’t have the patience for it, which is why they lose.


this is an interesting idea guys!!!!!

But do the figures really add up?????????????


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Posted: 25 May 2014 06:04 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 8 ]
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does this really add up????????


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Posted: 07 April 2016 03:58 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 9 ]
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what you have success?

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