How long do you stay?

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  1. zmoney, Feb 13, 2012

    zmoney

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    I'm interested to see how long others typically stay at a table. Do you guys limit yourselves by time or money or times with the dice?

    I personally only stay for three times I have the dice win lose or draw. Sometimes I leave after only one time with the dice if I win big.

    From what I've learned this is the best for me and for me is dice control. I've read non-believer post about dice control and I think my "strategy " is a great way to explain it. Due to the fact that the longer you stay (for me anyway) other factors come in to play such as fatigue, over confidence etc.....

    What do you guys think and how long do you guys stay at a table per session?
     
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  2. Greatest 7 Shooter in the World, Feb 13, 2012

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    I usually try to have a 4hr session at a time. I feel I need the time the way i bet to let the odds work in my favor which over time they do. also after warming up i feel that I am in the zone with commanding my dice rolls so why would i want to leave. It's all based off your game but really I find that once I find a table that I get used to its characteristics there is no reason to shoot on another.
     
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  3. zmoney, Feb 13, 2012

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    To clarify my position I usually play at the same table but I just leave and go have lunch or rest for awhile after three rounds with the dice before I return.
     
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  4. Southern-Comfort, Feb 13, 2012

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    I find that my mind starts wandering after about 45 minutes, and once that happens its time to go. If the table is particularly entertaining and I can keep my mind on it I will stay longer. Had a four hour session a couple of months ago when I got in a table with a fun crowd. But generally about 45 minutes... nothing to do with strategy nor money management.
     
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  5. Josh

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    I try to not limit the time i am playing, because the more i work, the more i can win. However I would quit if i am tired and in a bad mood. By bad mood i mean the feeling about that you don't play your best game.
     
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  6. Bonedance, Apr 11, 2012

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    If Im in Vegas, I'll try to play a two hour session in the morning then another 2 hour session in the early evening. Any longer I find myself getting fatigued.
     
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    When I'm playing regularly (3 - 4 days a week) I am typically in and out of the casino in under one hour. I'm looking for shooting opportunities on particular tables. My theory is to get in, get ahead, and get the heck out of Dodge.
     
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  8. Jewbacca, Jun 21, 2012

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    I try and get somewhere between 1 and 2 hours per table, longer if the going is good, and I also try and keep my "adult beverage count" on the low side, so I don't impair my judgement. There have been times when I walked away after 15 minutes because it was just that bad, and I didn't know how to bet the dark side yet. I have sat on 1 table for 7 hours before, capitalizing on a new table and new dice to win back the 850$ I dropped that morning. It ended up working out, and I left up about 400$.
     
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