I have been wagering on the web or at real life gambling dens for a good many years. I have been taught, the fixation can take a hold of you and you will not even realize it up till you are bankrupt. Especially if you are on a run. I have gone through countless hundreds of clams in just a tiny period of time and still on occasion, I still go a bit too far. It seems you are only enjoying yourself until you choose to track your losses and the guilt settles in, and then you keep telling yourself "I am able to earn it back" ad nauseam. It does not work. Then you feel queasy in your gut and the harder you attempt the quicker you give away.

When you find that you are up, STAY on the UP! When you start to throw away, don’t inform yourself, "well just 1 more" a number of times, believe in me, this tactic almost never ever functions. Say you plan on gambling on slots, keep a pot set aside ahead of starting your wagering. DON’T exceed that boundary, regardless of how tempting. If you happen to succeed, put that in a different cup. Do not spend your payouts at any cost. Once you have gambled through your beginning predetermined threshold, stop. Back off, whether it is on the internet or in a land based gambling hall, do not stick at the tables or machines. Always keep in mind, there will be another day, another time. Clearly, this process usually will work for any game that you play, be it bingo, poker, video poker, keno, twenty-one or any other casino game.

Keep in mind, betting is supposed to be entertaining not demanding, nauseating work! If you are not enjoying yourself, you do not belong at the casinos. If you cannot pay for the hit, do not even begin.