If you accept trading is a probability game, then you accept the certainty of losses, not the risk of losses.
e.g. if your strategy has a 65% win rate, it is statistically certain that 35% of your trades will be losers. So this is not a risk, surely? Its just a business over-head, like your phone bill or electricity bill or local taxes on your premises.
So calm down about whether this or that trade might be a loser. Some will be, 35% in my example, and it just doesn't even matter which ones are the losers, as long as there is only 35% of them. It can't be avoided.
So there remain only four real types of risk that can be avoided -
the market delivers a black swan event that takes your losses beyond your standard loss limit, let's say that is 2% of capital per trade, and knocks you out of trading
that you fail to limit your maximum loss per trade to a sustainable level, e.g. 2% of capital per trade
that you fail to apply your own strategy
that you fail to make sufficient profit, e.g. by cutting or scaling out of your winners or failing to take trades when opportunity occurs.