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The world of gambling offers many exciting career opportunities. Following is just a short list of popular gambling careers.

Please note that we did not list any careers such as croupier, pit boss, casino manager, and such. Those are all low level salaried positions. Those people have to work all week and then wait for the paycheck. The paycheck has taxes already deducted form the total and it still take up to five business days to clear.

The best gambling careers are of the hands-on type, as casino player. The benefits are tremendous. After every session you can just walk up to the cage, with the chips, and get the cash for it. Plus, as a player you get to enjoy all the casino comps. And the more you play, the more they comp you. It really boggles the mind how casinos expect to make any money like that.

 

Roulette System Player

Roulette is an old casino game. This game has been around for so long, in fact, that by now it has been solved. There are no more mysteries surrounding the game of roulette.

Many authors have come up with various Winning roulette systems; guaranteed to win money in the long run. The most popular winning roulette system is the old Martingale system. However, that system is old. The modern roulette system player has other choices that can be combined with the Martingale system.

And the most important thing about roulette is to always trust your instincts. But instincts always come with experience. So, gamble, gamble a lot and gamble often.

 

Craps Shooter

Craps is a very exciting casino game because it offer fast returns on your investments. The good thing about craps is that it doesn't require a lot of tinkling. You just put down a wager and roll the dice. In less than it takes to tell about it, you know who the winner is.

 

Poker Player

Poker is one of the most popular gambling card games, nowadays. Poker is a very simple game that takes a few minutes to learn and even less time to master. In fact, the dealer does everything for you, so even if you don't know all the rules the dealer will tell you which pots you've won and which you have lost. The best way to lear poker is the same way babies learn to swim. You just jump in, without any preparation, and start betting. Poker is so simple it can be played on automatic pilot, while listening to music on an iPod.

 

Blackjack Card Counter

Card counting is actually easier than most people think. Furthermore, the good thing about card counting is that it doesn't have to be 100% accurate. An estimate will do just fine. And because the numbers only go up to 21, blackjack is one of the simplest card games to master.

 

Baccarat Player

Baccarat is a high stakes casino card game. It is very easy to play because the players don't even have to make any decisions, once the bets are down. The best way to play baccarat is to slowly look at the cards, after they've been dealt out. But you only get to be the one that turns the cards over if you are the one that placed the highest bet. So, this is the game where you can show the world what a substantial bet looks like. Don't be shy. Bet the max on every hand.

 

Lottery Player

The lottery is a good way to diversify your investment portfolio. Casino games can be viewed as short term investment opportunities, while the lottery offers more of a long term strategy.

If you have a retirement account, with an brokerage form, you can pull out your investments and pay a small penalty. Then you can buy lottery tickets and wait for the lucky day.

The good thing about the lottery is that there is always a winner. And statistically, if you play long enough, it it just a matter of time when that winner will be you.

 

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