Well you didn't give a lot of info to go on buddy, but i'll tell you what i think on the subject of gambling....I gambled fairly successfully on & off for 15 years, & although it wasn't a problem for me, it was a problem for many peeps that i knew/know....Just about every "bad" gambler iv'e ever known, did it either because of boredom or to try to make money....However for 90% of them it was out of boredom only, so ask yourself "why" you gamble....IF you gamble just to relieve boredom, go & find something else to do....IF it's to make money, how much money do you actually need????....Work out what amount of money you would need to earn in a week, to do all the things you want to do....In other words there are things that, "would" make you more happy other than "money"....So work out what they are first of all, then how much your gonna need, then find a job that covers those things....Your'l probably find out like i did, that you don't actually "need" that much money, so no need to gamble anymore....I always say "winning" money is twice as sweet as "earning" it, but if you find a job you love doing that covers all the things you wanna do, then you won't look back buddy....In the UK peeps can ban themselves from gambling places, can you do that where you are?, if so do it. :-)
Gambling IS a problem. Quit it and you're definitely a winner. That's the only way to solve it.
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter 5 years ago
Why should a gambler believe in God?
by editorsupremo 6 years ago
Everyday we are bombarded with advertising of bingo, roulette and poker sites offering bonuses if you deposit £10/$20. Out of the millions of users I think:More women play bingoMore men play poker andRoughly, equal numbers of men and women play roulette; well maybe, somehow I think more men play...
by mintinfo 5 years ago
Why are old people the biggest gamblers?
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