## Play sabong is easy and relax at the leisure time

Combination #3 has a 7% probability, but 1 has a 3 return. This sabong will increase your ROI by 21%.

Finally, let’s say you have 2 more combinations, each of which only occurs 1% of the time.

One returns 6 of 1 and the other returns 1 of 10. This will increase your overall ROI by 0.6% and 0.1%.

Add them all together and you have a total ROI or rate of return of 67.7%.

It sounds bad, but you’ll find sabong

in almost such bad places like airports, bars and convenience stores.

The bigger problem with opaque payout percentages

Here’s the bigger problem, though: you don’t have any way of

determining the likelihood of getting a particular combination.

The symbol is already included in the game’s program, but couldn’t figure

it out just by looking at the possible number of symbols.

That’s because different symbols are weighted differently.

Some symbols may be programmed to appear every 10th spin, but others may only appear every 12th.

You can record the actual result for each symbol on every spin over hundreds of spins and estimate it,

but you’ll only be accurate if you keep a lot of trials.

**Identical sabong may have different programming**

To make matters worse, two identical sabong may have different programming.

One game has an 85% RTP, while the same game next to it has an RTP of 92%.

This is a problem because sabong are the only games in the casino

and you can’t compare the house edge of a game when deciding which game to play.

Avoiding the Gambler’s Fallacy is a Good sabong Strategy

Avoiding stupidity is always a good gambling strategy. You should be realistic about

what you encounter at the casino, if you don’t have actual numbers to deal with, then you can’t do it.

But I think the most outstanding sabong strategy touted is to play hot or expired games.

The idea of the game getting hot is that it has been paying out a lot of coins for the last few spins,

so since it’s “hot”, you should play it as you’re more likely to profit from it.

Another thought, that the game was due, was quite the opposite.

The idea is that a game that hasn’t been paid for in a while requires payment, so you should play it.

If you notice, these two ideas are mutually exclusive.

**In most gambling sabong games, each bet is a separate event**

the reason is simple:

Looking back, we can only see streaks of winning and losing. They have no predictive value. No.

Due to the random nature of gambling games, you will see a winning and losing streak.

You just can’t predict when it will start and/or end. impossible.

The idea that previous outcomes affect the probability of subsequent outcomes is known as

the “gambler’s fallacy.” Gamblers often make mistakes when considering their probabilities.

The truth is that in most gambling games, each bet is an independent event.

If the odds of winning a jackpot in an sabong game are 1/1000,

it will still be 1/1000 on the next spin, regardless of whether you hit it on the previous spin or not.