I couldn't find a decent bankroll management thread to add my opinions to so I started my own. Bankroll management is not only an important practice to have to maximise winnings and minimise losses but it is essential to keep it in mind to avoid becoming a problem gambler. Share your tips here about managing your craps budget. I'll start us off: Set a loss limit and stick to it. It's different for everybody. I'll start a session with $500, that is my loss limit, when it's gone, it's gone. No exceptions. In fact, I've imposed a $100 per week loss limit on myself. If I lost $500 in one sitting, I won't be stepping foot inside the casino for at least 5 weeks. Keep a record of your winnings/losses Knowing exactly how much money you're feeding into (or hopefully extracting from) the casino really puts things in perspective. You might feel like you're travelling well after stringing a few profitable sessions together, but are you? Let's hear your BRM tips and practices. Maybe you don't agree with mine. Let's hear it!