I have been gambling on the internet or at real life casinos for many years. I have learned, the addiction usually will take a hold of you and you will not even see it till you are broke. Especially if you are on a run. I have been through countless hundreds of clams in a very short period of time and even still on occasion, I sometimes go a bit too far. It feels like you are only having a blast until you make a decision to track your squanderings and the guilt settles in, and then you keep telling yourself "I could win it back" repeatedly. It does not work. Then you feel queasy in your gut and the more you try the faster you relinquish.

When you observe that you are in the black, STAY in the Black! When you start to give away, do not inform yourself, "well just one more" and again and again, trust me, this tactic RARELY ever operates. Say you are wagering on slot machine games, keep a figure separate ahead of starting your wagering. DON’T exceed that restriction, no matter how tempting. If you happen to earn, put the winnings in an alternate cup. Do not spend your winnings regardless of what happens. After you have played through your original predetermined threshold, stop. Call it quits, regardless if it’s online or at a brick and mortar casino, do not stay around. At all times keep in mind, there no doubt will be another day, other times. Clearly, this plan can work for any game that you gamble on, be it bingo, poker, electronic poker, keno, blackjack or any other casino game.

Keep in mind, gambling is supposed to be enjoyable not demanding, sickening work! If you are not having fun yourself, you don’t belong there. If you cannot afford the squanderings, do not even begin.