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Gambling Superstitions people believe around the world



Are you one of those superstitious people? Most people won't believe this even if they are, and will not admit that they have ever crossed their fingers or knocked on wood to avoid back luck. Some of the superstitious beliefs are cultured on various aspects of life but at the same time, there are people who don't believe this. Well, people have started extending such superstitious beliefs to the online casinos as well. A popular site for online sports bettors is Betninjas, that witnesses a lot of daily visitors.

There are people who trust some of the best superstitions that are popular all over the gambling industry. There are some weird ones that people cannot imagine.

Some common gambling superstitions

Gamblers are the biggest superstitious people and they believe in several varied myths related to the gambling industry. They are often manifested in numerous forms and today we are going to go over some of the common ones from around the world.

● Gambling colors - Asian people spread this superstition in the gambling industry that Red is a lucky color while gambling. Chinese people depict this color for prosperity, hence, they believe that this color successfully brings good luck. Hence, most of the gamblers wear combinations of red color to increase their chances of winning.

● The stigma of the casino entrance - A lot of people believe that one should not enter a land-based casino from its front gate as it brings bad luck. This belief originated from a casino that had a lion at the entrance. Gamers were forced to walk through the jaw of the animal. Though the entrance of that casino changed after some time, people still prefer walking in from the side gates.

● Crossing legs or crossing fingers to win - This is very weird but some people actually believe that if you cross your legs at the casino table then there are chances that good luck will run away. This means that you might lose the chances of winning if you had any. So, don't cross your legs and don't stop good luck from coming your way. On the contrary, it is said that if one crosses fingers at the table in a land-based casino, it will help them score better to win.

● The question is to look away or not to look away - People believe that a person shouldn't look away or leave a table while playing a game. This way they snag their chances of winning. However, there are some who believe that if they hide their screen it will help them win. In fact, there are people who don't look away even for a second to bring bad luck or interfere with their game.

It was an exciting ride going through some of the most popular casino superstitions. These beliefs will help you too if you are a superstitious person and believe all such facts. Have fun and believe whatever you wish to. They will truly help you win of you have faith.










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