All right, all right, all right. Now thats the lesson which should be taught to all the recreational gamblers, knowing when to stop is the crutial part of the experience - and also needed to make sure you dont end up in a hands of a loan shark. I dont hold anything against the casinos, but the house always wins - the odds are always against you mainly in the no skill games. Of course you could start counting the cards and whatnot in BJ, but thats requires a healthy roll to begin with, not just some tweak math and memory skill.
Edited by bowie1984 (Monday, March 31, 2014 @ 10:32 GMT)
Joined: Mar '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 47 (M)
I think that this story rings true for so many gamblers out there and we have all done this. To stop gambling when you are winning is the hardest thing to do and i for one have fallen into this trap many times
Joined: May '13
Age: 25 (M)
Haha love the post and also love the last part when you are down on the day and think of using your last remaming cash to see if you can get back in the game. That is finishing the day in profit. Sadly it does not work most of the time and we end up getting deeper in the hole. Was there and done that. Anyway it was fun I guess, you have to go to casinoes to enjoy yourself, i do now, instead of thinking of payout!
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 37 (M)
Why is it that one can never be satisfied with the few he may have won and always look for more? I don't want to say the word, but this have a name, and those who don't feel addicted to the games keep calling that to those who love to play. It's not a disease, it's just the will to have more! Better luck next time!
The atmosphere in casino is definitely much better than online, but in the casino the bets are usually bigger so you can end up losing more money. Still in both cases the house has an edge, so I will rather be playing poker only .