Every roulette player aims to win. But there is a chance of losing too. Every time you play, your bankroll changes. You increase it when you win and deplete it in a loss.
So managing your bankroll is of utmost importance.
To enjoy the game, you must have financial discipline. Of course, you don’t want to lose everything including your rent money. Where will you live after that? The rule of thumb is to gamble with the money you can afford to live without.
If you want to be a successful gambler, it is most advisable to have two bank accounts. A special one for roulette and the other for your normal upkeep. Here are some tips to help you manage your betting bankroll.
Single session management plan
Decide on your win goal and plan your session bankroll accordingly. For instance, if your session goal is to win £100, have a bankroll of £500, that is, five times higher. If the bankroll is above your financial ability, then reduce your win goal to the point where you can afford it.
End the session if you deplete your session bankroll or if you achieve your win goal. Always resist the temptation to stay on even if you still have more cash. That way you will always leave with a profit.
Monthly management plan
Decide early on the amount of money you want to spend in the month. Distribute it equally among your planned betting sessions. Take only the allocated amount for each session. Stick to your limit.
If the amount set for the session is finished, quit the game, and hope for better luck in your next session.
Play according to your style
Some players are aggressive and make large bets. Others approach the game with caution, placing small calculative bets. The best way is to play in the manner that will excite you most.
Place small bets if you want to have a longer session.