Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Tricks Indians Used to Win More in Online Roulette

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In this age of modernisation, even the previously considered “developing” nations like India have caught up with the apparently considered “developed” nations of the west—India is the hub of technological developments, but more importantly, the acceptance of such developments has had a significant impact on both society as well as its members. For instance, the India of today takes examinations over mediums such as email and WhatsApp, the India of today spreads awareness through online forums, the India of today is accepting towards means of income which are not banal like those found over a decade ago—Youtubers are on the rise, gaming streams are becoming more mainstream, and so on. In this regard, the acceptance of technology has also seeped into spheres such as online betting and gambling, and aspects of it which were previously considered as vices are now being looked into as a stable means of income.

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There are websites that host online roulette found in abundance if one knows how to find their way around the internet. Proficient as they are, Indians have found their way around this too, for it is becoming quite obvious that Indians are slowly taking over the world of online roulettes too, with a few small tricks. Here are a few tricks Indians use to win more in online roulettes.

Indians Do Not Lose Their Cool!

Be it the greatest Vishi Anand making his moves to the mighty checkmate, or captain cool hitting the final six to ensure that the world cup comes back home, Indians are famous for keeping cool heads as and when the situation demands, and the world of online roulette is no different. Be it estimating the correct pocket size or colour, or even ensuring a good rapport with the dealer, Indians are famous for playing it cool.

This not only reduces miscalculations to the bare minimum, but also ensures that the Indian maximises efficiency during close calls and adrenaline-rich moments that demand a great deal of concentration, and astute as the Indian is, they live up to it. Staying cool, calm, and composed during high risk moments ensures higher rewards, and the Indian is the epitome of such an attribute—a real-world example, if you may.

Indians Know the Importance of Steady Without Being Slow!

It is a common teaching that slow and steady wins the race. While it might be true for the tortoise, it certainly isn’t for the world of online roulette. Roulette happens to be an adrenaline-rich, action-packed, quick-witted game, and if the average Indian by any chance becomes slow, they lose. The equation is simple, if you need to be slow—you are better off playing the slot machine, because the roulette is a demanding game, that is not just a true test of technical prowess, but also quick wits and street smarts. The Indian, however, is predisposed to such a predicament—the average Indian has been preparing for PIs, GDs, mock exams, entrance tests all throughout their lives, and these are a valid metric to test one’s steadiness.

The aforementioned exams are a microcosm of the bigger picture of online casinos (it might sound absurd at first, but if you had to choose between knowing the identity of the powerhouse of the cell or how to make real money, you know which one you would pick), this steadiness goes a long way in accurately estimating dividends and therefore, is an important determinant when it comes to how much money one would make. Either way, the attribute of steadiness that has been conditioned in their systems by virtue of their lifestyle provides Indians an unfair edge when it comes to making it big in the world of online roulette.

In Conclusion—Indians Know How to Live Life King Size!

The meandering ways in which the average Indian has grown up in society has conditioned them to the basic idea that not having a continuum of good days or bad days is absolutely normal. The Indian investing in online roulettes knows that there will be days where one attains the status of a derelict; on the other hand, one will win one jackpot after another. At the end of the day, it becomes important to understand that both victories and losses are a part of life, and the concoction rather, balance of both is what adds so much meaning to life. Indians are firm believers in the idea of carpe diem, and the Indian thereby knows how to spend their life in the online casino—as with any other day, living it to the fullest is the only way the Indian knows how to spend a day and extract maximum efficiency.

Shivam Malhotra
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016. Delhi College of Arts & Commerce - Class of 2017

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