Asian gambler 13 superstitions

5,949 views

Published on

Taken from the chapter on Asian Gambling in the book Double Down On Your Data. This explains the 13 strangest Asian gambler superstitions.

Published in: Business, Spiritual
2 Comments
2 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Don't get greedy! Cash-out your winnings HERE IT IS https://t.co/6ZcXTq8YCv
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
  • Checkout the casino deposit bonuses to double or even triple your money. GO NOW https://t.co/amTzlw4gtu
       Reply 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
No Downloads
Views
Total views
5,949
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
33
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
34
Comments
2
Likes
2
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Asian gambler 13 superstitions

  1. 1. Thirteen Craziest Asian Gambler Superstitions From Double Down On Your Data7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  2. 2. Every casino operator should have an understanding and appreciation of the Asian gambler since they are probably the biggest gamblers in the world. Amongst all Asians, the Chinese are almost certainly the biggest gamblers of all. For thousands of years, gambling has been deeply ingrained within the Chinese culture.7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  3. 3. 7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  4. 4. Many Chinese ”believe in Feng Shui.They believe the world that they areliving in is full of “chi” or force (positiveor negative), which can be manipulatedto their advantage. While some Chineseworship Feng Shui as a rational science,others see it as pure superstition.” - Professor Desmond Lam University of Macau7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  5. 5. Be aware of the numerology of your life as the winning numbers are there to be seen and interpreted.7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  6. 6. ● Do check into a hotel room that has the lucky number 3 or 8 in it.7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  7. 7. ● Dont check into a hotel room that has the unlucky number 4 or 14 in it.7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  8. 8. When playing Baccarat, players should call out "Ding" or "Deng" before opening the cards.7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  9. 9. Don’t speak the word “books” when someone is gambling as it sounds like “lose” in Mandarin.7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  10. 10. Before embarking on a major casino trip, pray or make an offering to the gods.7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  11. 11. For men, refrain from sex before gambling.7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  12. 12. Never count your winnings or calculate your loses during gambling.7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  13. 13. Avoid the sight of monks before gambling7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  14. 14. Also avoid the sight of nuns.7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  15. 15. Do wear red underwear or undergarments when gambling.7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  16. 16. Do enter a casino through the back entrance rather than the main7/18/12 entrance as the front entrance is cursed by the feng shui masters. Qualex Asia Limited
  17. 17. Go to the toilet. It can bring some good luck if you have been losing money.7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  18. 18. 7/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited
  19. 19. DOUBLE DOWN ON YOUR DATA Gambling has been with us since ancient times and it is unquestionably here to stay. Although Poseidon, Zeus and Hades may no longer be dividing the world up in a game of dice, flocks of tourist still flood through the gates of Las Vegas’ Caesars, Atlantic City’s Taj Mahal and Macau’s oddly named casino Greek Mythology. In Double Down On Your Data, author Clive Pearson reveals that we have entered a brave new world of gambling and entertainment, a world where casino executives can cull through their casino’s in-house patron data and discover who are their most profitable patrons. Armed with this information, these casino executives can then market to their most valuable patrons in a highly personal way, thereby creating a long and lasting – and usually highly profitable – relationship. Double Down On Your Data teaches casino executives how best to manage their customer relations as today they are faced with a gambler who is much more sophisticated than the ancient Roman soldier who tossed a coin in the air and called “Heads or Ships.” http://www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore/book.php?w=978-1-62024-340-47/18/12 Qualex Asia Limited

×