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The Healthy Gambler


In our day and age gambling is very popular. The problem is that many still see it as being wrong. Let's face it, the utmost human instinct is searching and wanting the easy potential gain. Rare are those who will refuse the luck of winning extra cash. No effort, easy money!!!

So what exactly is wrong with gambling? Well, the problem is that some people gamble irresponsibly. Meaning they wager money they just don't have. The potential gain takes control of their fragile intelligence. They lose control, and even sanity. This is unfortunate, because gambling is really fun and entertaining.

I personally like to gamble. If I have extra money, sometimes I go see a movie, a theatre show, play golf, go carting, go to theme parks, or anywhere else where I can have fun and decompress. The casino is no different than any other activity I just motioned. Why? Because in every case, I pay an entry fee and have fun. The healthy gambler should too be responsible enough to limit himself to a fixed entry fee depending on his or her financial status.

So my advice to every gambler in the world, Fix yourself an entry fee. If by chance or skill you win money, consider it a bonus. When your entry fee has been lost, be responsible enough to go home with the satisfaction of having played a good game. Be content and entertained. Go home with your chin up, love your spouse and spend time your family.

And remember, gambling is just an entertainment.

Someone who gives a dam,Joe BourdagesTrois9trois@hotmail.comhttp://www.393casino.com

Someone who gives a dam,Joe BourdagesTrois9trois@hotmail.comhttp://www.393casino.com


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