There is one thing gambling history teaches us: gambling and luck go hand in hand. Gamblers’ insatiable faith in the high power known as eight black may be superstition or a true effect of the gods of gambling, luck, and fortune.  Are you are curious about how gambling and luck link in general? Or,  are you a gambler looking for powerful good luck charms? Below is a list of some popular gambling lucky charms that players bring to their gameplay. Hopefully,  these will bring you great luck and payouts.

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Laughing Buddha

Chinese ‘monks’, also called ‘Hotai’ or ‘Pu-Tai,’ are said to bring prosperity to households by meditating on the Laughing Buddha. Also, the chubby Buddha statue grants wishes and brings good fortune to a household/individual by rubbing its belly. Recently, Hotai has become a lucky charm for both gambling and good luck at home. So, for those seeking greater prosperity and wealth, a laughing Buddha holding a pot of gold or gold nuggets is considered the best.

Cat’s Eye Gem

Cat’s Eye Gems are considered gambling lucky charms and talismans that are believed to ward off ghosts, the evil eye, and other negative influences. It is also known as an amulet for gambling luck, as its name implies it resembles a cat’s eyes. Lucky ornaments, in particular, like Cat’s Eye Gem, protect riches by lessening loss of money and increasing business stability. Preserve them in your wallet, pocket, or anywhere near you as you play – you never know when a splendid fortune will come your way.

Four-leaf Clover

Despite its historical ties to Irish tradition, the cloverleaf is likely among the most famous lucky charms globally. A three-leaf clover was originally associated with St. Patrick’s Day. It was a representational icon for the Christian Holy Trinity: the God, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. However, if the fourth leaf is existent, it represents God’s grace. Therefore, it is regarded as a working good luck charm. The odds of finding a four-leaf clover are 1 in 5076, making the finder incredibly lucky.


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