In casinos, they say, the house always wins, because in the long run, once you adjust the volume of the fluke players who are good at blackjack, the house will be happy with the percentage. If you have a 52% chance of winning you will save a lot of Els, and you may lose three or five or ten times in a row. But when the sample size is 10,000, they win 52% of the time. “If you trade with the right mindset, this is how you view every business, and let the losses go down,” Melker said. “This seems like a long-term formula. “The more you do it and the more you do it, the better off you are.” “I am not affected by personal loss,” Melker said.