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Davegamer
Davegamer
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November 30th, 2020 at 12:37:30 AM permalink
Getting back to normal life requires a comprehensive approach and constant fight with your inner demons. However, following these five steps can help you get on the right track:

Research your condition. Find out what are the leading causes of your addiction and temptation.
Apply for therapy of your gambling addiction. Find professional medical and psychological help.
Find support. Cooperate with other gamblers who want to quit or join the existing support communities.
Solve your financial problems. Find help and financial advice in the national and charity organisations.
Stop gambling. Add yourself to the gambling self-exclusion scheme in your country, or any other territory you can get access to the online casinos.

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Davegamer
Davegamer
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December 1st, 2020 at 5:39:21 AM permalink
You can find more information about help centres and organisations for players who suffer from [LINK REDACTED BY MOD]
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USpapergames
USpapergames
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December 1st, 2020 at 10:09:35 AM permalink
The only 2 ways to gamble responsibly are to either:

A) Have an edge and dedicate a portion of your life to focusing on that edge.

Or

B) Set aside an amount you comfortably can lose & risk losing only that money.

P.S. I've been a professional poker player for a quarter of my life & every pro (poker or advantage play) has bankroll management.
Math is the only true form of knowledge
jjjoooggg
jjjoooggg
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December 1st, 2020 at 12:04:39 PM permalink
I like the casino atmosphere. People are on vacation.

Try another hobby. I like jogging , mountain biking and playstation. Im considering getting playstation 5

Might consider a job outside casinos.
A lawyer switched to lawn mowing. Another lawyer became a nurse. I would get my cdl. But Im too busy. I enjoy ac certification , electrician certification, plumbing certification. About to be solar certified. I would have tried carpentry Temporarily. Even though carpenters arent paid as much. .

I was planning to return to card counting. But i dont think ill have much time even after i retire. Ill probably be on a ranch building a solar farm.
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erinsflo88
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December 17th, 2020 at 9:28:07 PM permalink
you can email me for more(email removed by Mod)

When we talk about the fifty percent probability that something will happen, we mean that this event occurs on average 50 times out of 100. But the results of even a few simple experiments may suggest otherwise. Take an extreme case. By flipping a coin just once, we get either one hundred percent heads or one hundred percent heads. But by flipping the coin many times, we will see that the percentage of heads is approaching fifty. Some people mistakenly believe that this fact helps to anticipate events that depend solely on chance. For example, if the “heads” fell four times in a row, then again the coin is likely to fall “tails” up. The reason is supposedly that for the sake of preserving the golden fifty percent middle “tails” is simply necessary. In fact, in a long series of events, there is hardly a point where the ratio of heads and tails would be exactly fifty percent, and we are talking only about the figure around which it will fluctuate. But there is usually a slight discrepancy between the calculated and actual number of heads and tails. For example, four extra “heads” in a row of 1000 tosses (502 “heads”, 498 “tails”) will give a result very close to fifty percent of predictive “heads”, which will be considered as confirmation of calculations. The rule is that the result of one random event of this type does not affect the result of the next. Such events are called independent.
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