Learning From My Gaming Errors

I have been gambling on the net or at real life gambling dens for many years. I have found out, the fixation can take a hold of you and you won’t even realize it till you are bankrupt. Notably if you are on a run. I have been through many hundreds of clams in only a short period of time and even today, I sometimes go a bit too long. It feels like you are just having fun until you make a choice to contemplate your loss and the guilt sets in, and of course you keep telling yourself "I am able to earn it back" ad infinitum. It doesn’t work. Then you feel sick to your gut and the harder you attempt the quicker you lose.

When you find that you are up, STAY in the Black! When you start to throw away, do not tell yourself, "well just maybe 1 more" a number of times, believe in me, this scheme RARELY ever operates. Say you are playing on one armed bandits, keep a number set aside prior to beginning your wagering. DO NOT exceed that threshold, no matter how tempting. If you happen to win, put the winnings in an alternate cup. Don’t risk your winnings regardless of what happens. After you have wagered through your beginning predetermined cutoff, stop. Leave, whether it’s online or in a brick and mortar gambling den, don’t stay at the tables or machines. Make sure to remember, there will be other days, another time. Obviously, this process usually will function for any game that you gamble on, be it bingo, poker, video poker, keno, twenty-one or any other casino game.

Keep in mind, gaming is supposed to be enjoyable not burdensome, nauseating work! If you are not enjoying yourself, you don’t belong there. If you can’t afford the losses, do not even start.

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