The best way to keep from spending more than you want to is to know, at all times, where you stand. There are a number of ways you can do this. You can operate on a daily gambling allowance, which is the most common approach. Within this approach there is still the need to know where you stand. When gambling or gaming, if you wish, money no longer has a value as you normaly associate value with money. It becomes increasingly easy to get carried away. This you should gaurd against.

Limit the number of turns spent at a machine without a win. If after 5 to 7 plays you have not had a hit, leave and try another machine. I have seen slot machines go up to fourty times without a hit. I have done this purposely to learn how long you can play with no hit. On the other hand, if you land a machine that is in a "pay cycle," and no matter what anyone tells you, they do have a pay cycle. I call it a "take cycle" and a "pay cycle." And the "take" cycle is longer than the "pay" cycle. During take cycles you will get the odd small payout but overall they get pretty stingy. See "IF You Are Disciplined" section below for more on "Pay Cycles."

A pay cycle can be quite an experience and gives real meaning to; "know when to hold em and know when to fold em." Play the pay cycle as long as you are getting reasonable hits within 10 or so turns. They cool off as quickly as they get hot


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