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Learning From My Wagering Failures
November 19th, 2009 by Kailee

I have been gambling on the internet or at brick and mortar casinos for a lot of years. I have been taught, the addiction usually will take a hold of you and you won’t even notice it until you are beaten. Specifically if you are on a run. I have been through many hundreds of clams in a very little period of time and even today, I sometimes go a bit too long. It appears you are just enjoying yourself till you make a choice to track your squanderings and the guilt settles in, and of course you continue advising yourself "I am able to win the cash back" ad infinitum. It never works. Then you get icky in your abdomen and the more you try the faster you throw away.

When you see that you are ahead, Remain Ahead! When you start to relinquish, do not tell yourself, "well just 1 more" over and over again, believe in me, this plan almost never ever operates. Say you are betting on one armed bandits, keep a pot set aside before starting your action. DO NOT go over this threshold, no matter how tempting. If you happen to gain, put the winnings in a separate pot. Do not risk your winnings regardless of what happens. After you have gambled through your beginning predetermined threshold, stop. Depart, regardless if it is online or at a brick and mortar gambling den, do not stay around. Always remember, there will be other days, other times. Obviously, this plan is able to function for any game that you enjoy, be it bingo, poker, electronic poker, keno, twenty-one or any other game.

Keep in mind, gambling is supposed to be delightful not demanding, appalling work! If you are not having fun yourself, you do not belong at the casinos. If you cannot pay for the loss, don’t even start.


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