Gamblers have many superstitions. They believe that certain items bring luck. They think some tables make them earn more. There are lucky numbers and types of bets. They believe that the result will be better if they roll the dice in a certain way. We could extend the list, but you get what we mean: gamblers believe in many things that have no scientific basis. All of these are generally called gambler’s fallacy, and it is possible to evaluate the “lucky” days in this category.
Almost every gambler thinks it would be better to go to the casino on a certain day of the week (or even a specific time). So, does this belief have a basis? Maybe you will be surprised, but yes, going to the casinos on certain days and hours can make you more advantageous. However, this advantage is probably not what you think. We explain this in detail below and find out if choosing a specific day to gamble will really change something.
Why Do They Think Some Days Are Much Better for Gambling?
This belief is based on the idea that casinos change the payout rate of games on certain days and times. So gamblers, for example, think that slot machines pay more often after 6.00 PM on Fridays because at this time, the casino starts to fill up, and slot machines start to pay a little