Learning From My Wagering Blunders

Thursday, 25. January 2007

I have been betting on the web or at land based gambling dens for many years. I have been taught, the craving usually will grab a hold of you and youwill not even see it until you are bankrupt. Notably if you are on a run. I have been through countless tens of thousands of clams in just a little period of time and even still on occasion, I will go too far. It seems you are just enjoying yourself up till you choose to consider your squanderings and the guilt settles in, and then you continue advising yourself "I will be able to gain it back" a number of times. It doesn’t work. Then you get icky in your abdomen and the more you attempt the quicker you give away.

When you see that you are up, STAY in the Black! When you start to throw away, do not convince yourself, "well only one more" a number of times, trust me, this scheme almost never ever operates. Say you are betting on slot machines, keep an number set aside ahead of beginning your gambling. DO NOT go over this cap, regardless of how tempting. If you happen to win, put that in a alternate cup. Don’t spend your profits no matter what. Once you have wagered through your beginning set limit, stop. Leave, regardless if it’s on the net or at a brick and mortar gambling hall, don’t stick at the tables or machines. Always keep in mind, there will be another day, another time. Obviously, this technique is able to work for any game that you enjoy, be it bingo, poker, video poker, keno, chemin de fer or any other game.

Remember, wagering is supposed to be enjoyable not burdensome, sickening work! If you are not enjoying yourself, you do not belong at the casinos. If you can’t afford the losses, don’t even start.

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