One of the most common mistakes of many players in Roulette is to play too high for their ratios. Very quickly then the game Capital is used up, and this is equally annoying in two ways. On the other hand, there are now no more bets to take the good run. There are also widespread miscalculations about probabilities. So many players think that after 10 times red the probability of Black is very high. However, in reality, the results from the past do not affect the next run of the Roulette ball. Some betting friends make too many bets per live dealer roulette game round and patch the table thoroughly with chips. Because this often happens without plan, it makes little sense and makes the Casino only come to the Chips faster.

Leadership Series – #4

Posted by on Sep 12, 2018 in Levin Consulting Blog | No Comments

With Labor Day now in our rear view window, I thought it would be a good time to send out another post in my series of Leadership. Traditionally we think of CEOs and other senior execs when we think of leadership – I believe that leadership can emanate from anyone in an organization that showcases leading by example. Years ago when I was a Retailer (okay, three decades ago), we had a great Warehouse Manager names Matt Malinowski. He had a tough job, coordinating deliveries of inventory to 30 stores out of a much too small central warehouse. Matt had a crew of relatively low paid individuals and a management team that was developing ads and promotions often at the last minute, necessitating constant changes in the delivery schedule. Matt was the sort to never complain; instead his attitude was one of getting it done, with the people and resources that he had. Matt was always an advocate for his people, knowing who should get praise and who needed a raise. And he always was the first one to help with unloading or loading of a truck – he led by example. Great leadership, exemplified by consistent excellence and leading by example. A good model for all of us to follow, no matter what our title or position.