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1st to clarify the reason I wrote this article. I have been betting on the net or at physical betting houses for a great many years. I have learned, the dependency can grab a hold of you and you won’t even notice it up until you are bankrupt. Particularly if you’re on a winning run. I have gone through countless thousands of dollars in a very tiny period of time and still on occasion, I’ll go a bit too far. It appears you are just having fun until you decide to pay attention to your defeats and the anguish settles in, and then you continue to tell yourself "I can get it back" constantly. It doesn’t works. Then you become sick in your stomach and the more you attempt the faster you lose.

When you notice that you’re up, STAY on the UP! When you start to lose, do not tell yourself, "well perhaps one more" and again and again, trust me, this method RARELY ever functions. Say you’re betting on slot games, have a bankroll set to the side prior to starting your action. DO NOT go over that boundary, no matter how alluring. If you actually succeed, put that in a separate cup. Don’t use your successes no matter what. As soon as you’ve gone through your original set limit, bail out. Leave, regardless if it’s on the net or at a brick and mortar betting house, don’t stick around. Always keep in mind, there is going to be a different day, a different time.

Always remember, wagering should be FUN not backbreaking, nauseating work! If you aren’t having fun yourself, you don’t belong there. If youcan’t afford the cost, don’t even start.