Playing for Playing Money
Play for the slot jackpot with money you’ve won, not with money you brought to the casino.
It’s exciting to imagine hitting that big slot jackpot, but over the long run, how many people actually win more money than they feed into those machines? Very, very few! Let’s face it, it takes thousands of losers to make one really big winner.
We all like to play the slots. Slots are fun. Slots provide an escape from the daily routine and they let us dream of becoming rich. But those machines are designed to make money for the casino, not for the player. The pursuit of the elusive jackpot can drain too much of our hard-earned money.
My new booklet "Slots – Playing for Playing Money" is about having fun playing your favorite game over long periods of time without exhausting your bankroll. Instead of impulsively chasing the jackpot, you will concentrate on small-to-medium sized payouts and let the jackpot happen if and when it might. In other words you’ll be "playing for playing money".
You can’t plan to win a jackpot, but you can plan to play shrewdly. Jackpots happen at random, no one has control over when or where a big payoff will pop up. If you have the required bankroll to stay in the game for the duration, you may eventually be at the right machine at the right time.
And that’s the basis for "Slots – Playing for Playing Money". To show you how to play slots for the long term without risking your financial wellbeing. You will be re-cycling the same bankroll over and over, instead of bringing all new money to the casino every time you go to play.
You will still experience all the fun and excitement and have the same opportunity for a big haul, but you will not squander your precious bankroll in the process. "Slots – Playing for Playing Money" is about staying in the game for the long run – without losing your shirt.
"Slots – Playing for Playing Money" is $75 or $95 by first-class postal mail.