There are thousands of tips on how to win playing casino games, but it sure has little to do with about how to lose and learn to cope. No matter how well you know the game and its rules, in the end there is always a time when your luck will suffer a setback. When that day comes many surely feel a mixture of anger and frustration and almost unconsciously begin to bet and play higher without reason to get rid of that feeling as soon as defeat. In the end it always ends the same, more frustration.
Some have the misconception that this mixture of feelings occur just by playing in casinos and not while trying online casinos, but we just have to ask the players in the network. They claim that is so common to feel that frustration playing in physical presence casinos and online casinos.
Almost no player is able to control the mixture of feelings once they arrive, so it’s best to learn to recognize your symptoms and leave the game or even leave the room when this happens as they can lead directly into an evil known as Ludopathy. Make no mistake thinking it best to stay and recover the money, in fact this is the worst thing we can do, for our play and thinking skills are not at their peak. No advice nor is there any foolproof strategy that can make us overcome the mental block that suffered at that time.
The best way to prevent this frustration is to recognize it and be prepared for the worst. If we have a bad stroke of luck or lose a big pot, it is natural to feel angry, but forget that, because if we play with the impression that the letters have been against us, we cannot get rid of the anger and begin to think of irrationally. The best at this time is to stop playing, whether we are in a casino as if we’re playing online, although in the latter case it may be a little more difficult.
Sometimes, a simple break is enough to pass the cranky. Log off the website, get up and walk. Step outside, stay with a friend and take some caffeine-anything to help you forget the trick. When you have calmed down, you’ll know, and then decide whether to return to the game or if you prefer to leave it for another occasion.