A Year-end Checklist to Improve Your Casino Gambling Skills

There is an old saying in poker to that “playing is free, but lessons will cost you.” That is true when it comes to practically any casino game. Honing your casino gambling skills doesn’t have to an expensive proposition though. You can take advantage of a number of options out there at minimal cost to help elevate your gambling skills to another level.



Practice makes perfect. Granted, Allen Iverson may not want to put in the time to become a world renowned gambler, but he had the earnings from a long professional basketball career to fall back on. Most likely, if you are reading this article, then you do not have the same luxury.

So, grab something to eat, and sit down at your computer and jump online. Online casino gambling may not be the same as sitting at a seat and staring at a real life dealer or other gambler, but it does give you the option to see a lot of hands in a short period of time.

Playing online typically offers free versions of casino games, so you can play for free. Understand that playing for free doesn’t usually provide the same game play as when someone is playing for money, but nonetheless, you can see hands. If you want to up the ante a little, try playing for a small amount of money to get a more realistic feel.



People learn in different ways. If you aren’t a doer, then perhaps you are a reader. There are a ton of books on the market today that talk about game theory and strategy. What better Christmas gift for the gambler in your life than an in-depth book that talks about casino gambling skills. Much of what is in the book can be applied when you play at an online casino as mentioned above.

Host a game night


Want real action? Tired of losing your free-roll to a 13 year from Germany who plays like a maniac? Don’t want to pay the table stakes of a real casino though? Try hosting a casino night at your home with some friends to practice playing some of the casino games that you know and love. The options are limited when playing at home, but you can still play poker or blackjack.

Casino gambling skills isn’t something that you can turn off and on with a switch. You cannot expect to take a year off and walk into a casino and expect to win. Luck always plays a part, so it can happen, but in general, it probably won’t over the long time horizon.

If you are serious about earning through gambling, you have to treat it like any other trade. Learn as much as you can and practice as much as you can. Don’t pay for on the job training though if you can avoid it.

Susan Sedlak

Susan Sedlak is a writer based on San Diego, California. Being an avid player, and most importantly, an avid blog reader, Susan knows how to deliver interesting, highly entertaining articles.


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