to think as clearly as someone who is not.
Don't gamble alone: In some way, it is
better to visit a casino with friends or family members if you are
planning on gambling. Friends and family members will usually tell you if
you are spending too much, drinking too much or not playing properly. In
the very least, it is in everyoneâˆ�s best interest to have a
sober person in the group who can safely drive everyone home.
Take frequent breaks: As in any other
activity be it reading, writing or playing computer games, one should
always take frequent breaks to feel refreshed and alert. Although this may
not apply to a person who places a few bets before leaving the casino
floor, it does apply to gambler who intends on spending a considerable
amount of time betting in a casino.
Have fun: Gambling should be viewed as a
fun and exciting recreational activity as opposed to a means of making
money. Even though most of us have heard of, or read about the occasional
gambler who won the big jackpot that changed his/her life, this is usually
not the case for the majority of players. Letâˆ�s face it.
The glitz and glamour of casinos were not built on the good fortune of
winners. Therefore always play for fun and never for the sole purpose of
Avoid alcohol: Never drink and gamble.
Not only can alcohol impair oneâˆ�s judgement, but it can
also inflate oneâˆ�s sense of self confidence to the point
where the person gambles away money which he/she would never have gambled
if he/she was sober. This is one of the main reasons as to why some
casinos offer free alcohol to their players.
Avoid distractions: Distractions can come
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