Tracking The Tilt Is A Key To Winning Big

Heya folks - my playname is 4Rows, if you see me online be sure to say hello. I figured I'd share some of what I know so you can learn and become a better player quickly if you take my tips to heart. Some people think that when they get on a hot streak that's the best time to increase the investment and go for the big score. That has never worked for and most of the pro players I know see it from the opposite point of view. One of the things that separates the pro winners from the cold fish and new players is the fact that pros chart every play to keep track of the tilt.

Every scratch card game has a pre-set payout percentage. That means if thousands of people play the game over and over only a certain percent of the cards will be winners no matter what. So. how can you put that information to use? Well, once you see that you have lost several games in a row, the game begins to 'tilt the odds' more in your favor because the overall win percentage is set in stone. On the other hand, if you win a bunch of games in a row, it means you are taking up more of the total wins and there are more losses 'left in the deck' for you to be dealt.

Getting friends to play the same game you are on and charting wins or losses so you can share the data is also really helpful. It's an easy thing to do with a spreadsheet or just a pad of paper and a pencil. Each time you play, keep track of each card you buy and whether it's a winner or a loser. If it wins it's also a good idea to keep track of how much you won. After a losing streak, you are more likely to be 'due for win' so increasing your investment at that time is the best way to max out your payouts.

Keep in mind, good gaming is never about how many times you win or how many times you lose, it's about winning the maximum amount when you win or losing as little as possible when you lose. Tracking the tilt helps you do that.