Being Taught From My Wagering Errors

January 1st, 2010 by Keon Leave a reply »
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First to clarify why I write this article. I have been wagering on the net or at physical betting houses for a great many years. I have discovered, the dependency can take a hold of you and you won’t even notice it up until you are flat broke. Particularly if you’re on a winning streak. I’ve gone through many thousands of dollars in a very tiny period of time and still on occasion, I’ll go too far. It appears you’re just having a blast until you decide to be aware of your losses and the anguish sets in, and then you keep telling yourself "I can win it back" repeatedly. It doesn’t works. Then you feel queasy in your gut and the more you try the faster you are deprived.

When you see that you are up, remain on the UP! When you begin to be beaten, don’t say to yourself, "well just maybe just one more" and over and over again, trust me, this plan hardly ever operates. Say you are betting on slots, have an amount set aside before beginning your play. DO NOT exceed that limit, regardless how captivating. If you actually win, put that in a separate cup. Do not spend your successes no matter what. As soon as you’ve gambled through your primary set limit, call it a day. Head out, regardless if it’s on the net or at a land-based betting house, do not stick around. Always keep in mind, there will be another day, a different time.

Always remember, betting is supposed to be exciting not backbreaking, nauseating work! If you aren’t having fun yourself, you don’t belong there. If youcannot manage the cost, do not even start.


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