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Gambling Superstitions

  • What to do and what not to do while Gambling

    Chinese gamblersHave you ever wondered why the number seven is considered lucky? Or why a black cat crossing your path is bad luck? There are many speculations about the origins of these common superstitions, but without any logical explanations, they remain just that: superstitions that have successfully been passed down from generation to generation. Let us […]

  • Las Vegas Beliefs and Superstitions

    Las VegasWould you say you have a superstitious nature? Although a majority of us would probably dismiss being superstitious, we are often prepared to do some strange things to tempt luck and fortune. Diverging superstitions and rituals Different people have different opinions about what brings you luck. Certain gamblers consider it is important to dress well […]

  • Six Common Gambling superstitions and their origins

    Chinese gamblers gamblingIn part 2 of this article in our series, covering six of the most common gambling superstitions that are well known but the origins of which are often less well acknowledged. We hope you enjoy reading and please do not hesitate to leave us comments about some of the most peculiar superstitions or gambling rituals […]

  • Chinese Gambling – What to do and what not to do

    Chinese gamblersWe have compiled a comprehensive list of Chinese gambling superstitions and taboos. While these are no longer believed or followed by all Chinese, many of these are still being followed by the more superstitious among Chinese gamblers. Though these apply mostly to land based casinos, many can be applied to online casino as well. Gambling […]

  • Six Common Gambling Superstitions and Origins

    Cat pokerThough they are unquestionably irrational in origin, gambling superstitions are very common. Given that there is a very large part of luck involved in casting the dice or spinning the roulette wheel, if not maybe so much in playing cards which require a good share of decision making and judgment, it seems quite logical indeed […]