I agree. I LOVE how he says,"Increase your bets after a win!" WTF? Increasing your bets after a win is a BAD IDEA. In fact, a woman at the casino told me,"I was winning really well on 30 cent bets on Quick Hits machine, so I upped my bet to Max bet and I lost all the money I had won plus the bankroll I had left in the machine." You should STAY at your current low bet even if you do hit a big win.
Other than the title (edit: actually I am so not so sure, it says how can you, not how you can), the actual article alludes to the fact you are gambling on your individual wins. That being said, it does not surprise me Frank Scoblete is penning what amounts to be a puff piece about a betting system.
Besides constantly projecting your own on these persons, in my opinion, the worse problem here is turning the world into extremes. When we like every thing about someone, or hate every thing, we are being unrealistic. Very, very few persons are completely very bad or good; and the differences are clear, if not obvious to most. The usual or moderate situation is for Fred to like Bill, except for Bill's tendency to like, get or do something else. Within a grounded forum of originality for community growth.Quote: Ibeatyouraces
The suckers will believe this garbage. These systems lead to one place...The Poor House!!
Exactly. The problem is the title: "How to WIN...."
You CANNOT win with it. I'd expect this coming from a ploppie, not the person that coined the term.