Bankroll management is easier than it sounds. Some people act like it’s the end-all, be-all of casino betting strategy. In a sense, that’s true, too if you betting with money you cant afford to lose, you are doomed. So there’s your first rule of casino bankroll management – set aside money for betting that you don’t need for any other purpose. Don’t use it for any other purpose, either. This is money set aside for your gambling hobby. It’s not there to pay for buffets or tickets to a show.
You should also make sure you have enough money to get a reasonable amount of action at the games you want to play. Here are some guidelines for how many bets you need of a certain size for a trip to the casino where you are going to do a lot of betting:
Roulette – 10~20units
Craps – 100~200units
Of course, you can change these guidelines based on what games you prefer to play. I think the high house edge at roulette means it should be an occasional indulgence, hence the small suggested bankroll. Craps, on the other hand, is always worth a shot because of the chance of getting on a hot streak.And of course, smart players should spend most of their time playing at the blackjack tables because the odds for the player are so much better with that game than any other.