Do you think canceling withdrawl request has an effect on odds?


Dormant account
Aug 24, 2005
Yarnbombing, Phlugerstan
Just throwing this question out there for discussion:

What are your thoughts about how a withdrawl request effects your luck at the tables and/or slots?

I've had many sessions over the years where I had a consistent run to where I am content to withdrawl. Maybe it's my imagination, maybe my style of play changes, but it seems that I get "cursed" the moment I submit a withdrawl request or cancel it and play with my winnings.

What do you think? Is this a silly theory?


Dormant account
Apr 4, 2008
Well the only reason it would effect the odds is that the longer you play, the more you are exposing yourself to the house edge. Thats why I would assume it always seems like you lose when you reverse. Of course I know this from experience unfortunately.....I reverse and lose waaaayyyy too often.


Three-toed sloth
Sep 21, 2007
On a fair game it should make absolutely no difference whether you reverse withdraw, or withdraw and then deposit that withdrawal later to another casino. The problem is that we can't know whether the softwares are fair or not, so you might be better off not taking a chance on that.

Another interpretation is that if you withdraw, then reverse it and lose it, it means that you happened to guess the highest point your balance will reach correctly at the moment you requested the withdrawal.