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.

Thank you during difficult times…

Posted by on May 8, 2020 in Levin Consulting Blog | No Comments

These are incredibly difficult times, often not being able to directly help friends and family during this terrible pandemic. There are thousands of examples of people stepping up to make a difference. First and foremost are our health professionals, those nurses, med techs, doctors and hospital workers that have been on the front lines. And the grocery workers and those working in retail establishments and warehouses to keep us supplied with our basic needs. Two of the industry people that I have recently written about in terms of leadership, Dick Schulze and Sheldon Adelson, also fit that profile of leading, albeit in a different way. Dick, founder of Best Buy, recently donated $5 Million of his own funds (matched by Best Buy) for a Best Buy employee assistance fund. Leadership, and class. And Sheldon Adelson? He is paying all of his nearly 10,000 employees for the next two months while his casinos are closed – and is challenging other business leaders to do the same. Neither of these gentlemen are on the front line – but both are showing how to lead, how to do the right thing. This is not a political post (my politics are quite different than theirs), it is an example that we can all look at, in terms of how we can help. Thank you Dick Schulze and Sheldon Adelson!!!