Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Jame5, Jun 22, 2014.
I can relate to what you're saying buddy, and I completely agree with you. What's gone it's gone, so just try to control yourself better in the future. Strongly recommend to be careful not to get addicted, as it may seriously destroy all your life and family.
Keep it up.
fuck sake OP, do you want me to just look after your money for you?
Gambling is a business and nothing more that is just meant to take your money. Thanks to marketing they sell you this beautiful image of riches and comfort but it's the complete opposite for 90% of everyone who gambles. It is a fools paradise. Did you know they spray oxygen in some of the popular casinos to make you more docile and eager to blow your money?
Take slot machines for example - the stupidest thing in the world. The only game worth its salt in my opinion is poker because if you have some skill you can actually rely on that to win and not just pure luck and fancy false-positive images.
Jackanory, what a story!
Time to grow up lad.
OP need some more importance on his profile.
Keep telling yourself that
No one is imune from "bad habbits" , hence no one is perfect.
Seems the table was indeed "good"
For the casino.
Sorry you learnt it the hard way but Casino isnt a Real way to make money.
I Too visit casinos 1-2 times a year,(But with a limited budget that I can afford to lose, without having regrets). If I win, i consider it as a bonus, otherwise I forget it as Expense
Old habbits die hard...
Insutls and name calling don't prove points.
Well, this is an expensive lesson you learned, hopefully.
I was walking by with no intent to gambling
James james james...
Once an idiot, always an idiot
You already proved it.
True say ... next time will keep a budget
Casinos should be treated like fun, gamble slowly and drink/get high/eat.
Don't ever expect to make money and set a win/loss limit ahead of time. Example if I win $50 I'll walk away without playing more at that moment, if I lose $50 I'm done and will not spend more (obviously scale this up according to what you can afford to lose without getting pissed about it) and stick to that. I worked at a casino when I was 22, I think, so I'd play every morning when I got off, out of tips, and you'd lose but if you had a limit it wouldn't be too much about half the time. The other half I'd win a few bucks and hit my walk away and have extra and a couple of times a month I'd hit $150-$500 and those were always good days. In the end I probably broke even or lost a little but it was fun.
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