• Learning From My Gaming Blunders

    I have been gambling on the net or at brick and mortar gambling dens for a great many years. I have determined, the habit usually will take a hold of you and you will not even realize it until you are beaten. Markedly if you are on a winning streak. I have gone through many tens of thousands of dollars in a very tiny period of time and at times, I can go too long. It appears you are only having a blast until you choose to contemplate your losses and the blame sets in, and then you continue advising yourself "I can win the money back" ad nauseam. It never works. Then you feel sick to your gut and the more you attempt the quicker you spend.

    When you see that you are up, Remain Ahead! When you start to lose, don’t inform yourself, "well only maybe one more" over and over again, trust me, this scheme barely ever works. Say you are playing on slots, have a value set aside before beginning your betting. DON’T go over this range, no matter how tempting. If you happen to succeed, put the winnings in a separate canister. Do not spend your earnings regardless of what happens. Once you have played through your beginning determine range, stop. Call it quits, whether it’s on the net or at a brick and mortar casino, do not stay at the tables or machines. At all times keep in mind, there no doubt will be other days, other times. Clearly, this plan can function for any casino game that you gamble on, be it bingo, poker, video poker, keno, 21 or any other casino game.

    Keep in mind, gambling should be exciting not burdensome, sickening work! If you aren’t having fun yourself, you do not belong at the casinos. If you cannot afford the hit, don’t even begin.

     August 18th, 2007  Abigail   No comments

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