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Best Ways to Manage Your Bankroll at Online Casinos

August 23, 2015
Best Ways to Manage Your Bankroll at Online Casinos

One of the best ways to manage your bankroll at an online casino would be to try and gamble responsibly and not recklessly. This is much easier said than done for some players, but with a little help you can quite easily improve your spending habits at online casinos. We recommend setting daily, weekly or monthly deposit limits as soon as you sign up to a casino.

Setting these limits is really straight forward and once you have reached your limits you will not be able to deposit/spend any more until the following day or until the following week. You can choose between setting deposit limits and spending limits, plus there are some online casinos that also allow you to set session time limits as well. If you can’t seem to find this useful bankroll management tool, the best thing to do would be to contact the player support.

Almost every USA online casino out there today will have a useful live chat feature, email support and telephone support. The telephone support at most US friendly online casinos is usually toll-free. If you wanted to change your limits, you could do so at any time, but you would generally have to wait X amount of time before your new spending/deposit limits take effect.

Let’s just say that you earn somewhere in the region of $700 - $800 per week, you could perhaps set yourself aside no more than $50 of this to gamble with and then every time you win $20 to $50 dollars you could head to the cashier and withdrawing those winnings. If, for example, that you deposit $50, then spend an hour in the casino and end up with a total of $110. You could withdraw the $60 winnings and leave the initial $50 in your account to start the process again.

If you do end up trying any of these techniques, but still find yourself gambling more than you can afford, then perhaps it is time to seek help. There are plenty of websites and organisations out there today which are designed to help. Gamblers Anonymous, GamCare and several other reputable organisations are definitely worth contacting if you feel as though you, a friend or even a family member has developed a gambling problem of some description.

If you personally have a gambling problem which you find hard to control, then perhaps the best thing to do would be to avoid playing at online casinos altogether, or at least play in the play demo mode until you can get a handle on things.