All my money gone

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#210

In fact, everything is simple - there were 500 bucks, but it became 2000. Of these, 200 were lost and 1800 dollars remained (1300 net). Unfortunately, the human subconscious and uncontrolled excitement are terrible things that lead to sad results. Today I will play the last time!!! I lost simply everything from the great winning….

#212

Sorry to hear mate. If you want to play further, then withdraw the part of the funds that suits you, and also leave some money for betting. It will be great if the casino cannot cancel the cashout.

#214

I'll tell you from my experience. You need to set a goal, if you play for a boom, I’ll take as much as I can, then believe me, every time you will want even more, and when you drain, you will want to recoup. Set yourself a goal! Still, it's a hack.)

#218

After a major win, it may be smeared either immediately on the same day when you felt like a “god of the game” or the next day ... Whatever this happens, it would be good to forget about this casino for at least another week, and even better continue playing in another casino. Well, I don’t like casinos when people go to them for money)

#219

With a good win, I just like to round the amount, but only down. It became, for example, on the balance of 37 dollars, I lose, so that it drops to 35 and withdraw. If 43 rolls, then I lose to 40 and withdraw. And so on until the winning streak ends. Amounts up to 50 euros are rounded up by fives, from 50 to 100 by tens, and with hundreds by 50-100. And the higher the win, the less regret about the lost amount. And with protracted verifications and withdrawals, I can break loose only if I have never withdrawn from this casino and I’m not sure that they will. And if it’s a trusted office, then I put it on payment and don’t worry, even if they take it out for a week. the main thing is not to lose in another casino while waiting, because then there is a high danger that I can cancel the withdrawal and try to win back.

#2236

Zefir wrote Wednesday 29th of June

In fact, everything is simple - there were 500 bucks, but it became 2000. Of these, 200 were lost and 1800 dollars remained (1300 net). Unfortunately, the human subconscious and uncontrolled excitement are terrible things that lead to sad results. Today I will play the last time!!! I lost simply everything from the great winning….

It sounds like you've had a wild ride with your gambling winnings! Winning $1800 ($1300 net) is definitely a thrilling experience, but it's also important to remember that gambling should be done responsibly and within your means. Unfortunately, it seems like you may have gotten caught up in the excitement and lost sight of your limits. Losing $200 is a significant portion of your winnings, and it's understandable that you feel upset about it. This could help you make sure that you've got a safety net in place, just in case you encounter further losses down the line. Additionally, it might be helpful to establish a budget for yourself, so that you know exactly how much you can afford to spend on gambling without putting yourself in financial danger. Remember, it's okay to say no to gambling if you feel like it's becoming a problem. Your financial well-being is important, and it's worth taking steps to protect it.

#2312

Zefir wrote Wednesday 29th of June

In fact, everything is simple - there were 500 bucks, but it became 2000. Of these, 200 were lost and 1800 dollars remained (1300 net). Unfortunately, the human subconscious and uncontrolled excitement are terrible things that lead to sad results. Today I will play the last time!!! I lost simply everything from the great winning….

Be aware of your emotions, and establish limits to safeguard your financial interests. If you have lost and are convinced that the smartest thing is to stop playing or taking a break, that may be a right decision. Responsible gambling is about realizing when it is time to walk away. It includes when it starts to affect your financial welfare as well as cause stress. If you ever decide to gamble once again, keep in mind to do it with a strict budget and established boundaries to make it less risky and more enjoyable.

#2395

I completely understand your emotions that come with gambling. It's a hard lesson for many. Quitting can be a wise decision to protect your finances and well-being. Remember, it's never easy, but walking away from the temptation is a courageous step towards a more stable financial future.

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