A lot of attention is given to bank management and different financial strategies when we discuss gambling on different websites, forums, and publishers. However, the question of how to make and choose a game bank is almost always left out of the picture. So, 1win decided to fill this gap and analyze this very important and complicated topic. After all, there must be some criteria for choosing a particular pot size. A big pot by itself is not a guarantee of success.
What should be the first deposit
It’s important that the bank is formalized and separated from your money for current expenses, for any planned purchases, and so on. Up to and including keeping them on a separate bank card or e-wallet. And if you put cash in a PPP, in a separate envelope.
This separation is very important, especially for beginners and fairly gambling people. Situations happen all over the place, when you win, you win, and then you lose. And let me win back quickly by taking money set aside for utilities, food, clothes, and so on down the list. It ends sadly. Someone gets the loans, bets with the loan money… This is the bottom!
So the betting should be approached sensibly. Allocate a separate amount to play with and do not mix it with other money.
Having a specific pot is very important at the planning stage. Clearly, very few people do any planning before betting. Actually, this is one of the differences between a professional, or a player aspiring to become one, and an amateur doomed to always lose his money.
The size of the game deposit is linked to the goal, the distance of the game segment, financial strategy, and so on down the list.