Take Advantage of My Gaming Blunders

by Sierra on December 1st, 2009

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I have been wagering on the web or at land based gambling dens for a great many years. I have been taught, the addiction can take a hold of you and you will not even see it till you are bankrupt. Markedly if you are on a run. I have gone through uncounted thousands of clams in a very little period of time and at times, I can go too far. It appears you are only enjoying yourself up until you choose to contemplate your losses and the blame sets in, and of course you continue advising yourself "I can earn the funds back" at length. It doesn’t work. Then you get queasy in your gut and the harder you attempt the faster you throw away.

When you observe that you are in the black, STAY in the Black! When you begin to fritter away, do not tell yourself, "well only maybe 1 more" and again and again, trust me, this technique almost never ever operates. Say you plan on gambling on slot machine games, have an amount set aside before starting your gambling. DO NOT exceed that limit, regardless of how tempting. If you happen to earn, put that in a separate pot. Don’t wager your winnings no matter what. Once you have gambled through your original set cutoff, stop. Call it quits, whether it’s on the net or in a brick and mortar gambling hall, don’t stick around. Make sure to keep in mind, there will be other days, other times. Clearly, this technique usually will function for any game that you play, be it bingo, poker, video poker, keno, 21 or any other casino game.

Remember, betting is supposed to be entertaining not backbreaking, appalling work! If you are not enjoying yourself, you do not belong at the casinos. If you cannot afford the losses, don’t ever begin.

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