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For the majority of people, gambling is a form of leisure and/or entertainment, but if you feel you are developing a gambling problem then their are websites and organizations that can offer you practical advice and help.
- Please keep the following in mind when gambling:
- Decide on how much money you’re going to bet before you start gambling and stick to it!.
- If you lose, don’t chase your losses.
- Small wins are better than big loses. If you’re ahead, take your winnings and run.
- Remember that gambling is a form of entertainment. It’s not a get rich quick scheme. In the long run most gamblers lose money.
- Don’t forget most forms of gambling are based on random chance. There are no ‘systems' to beat random outcomes.
UK Gambling Help
GamCare has a commitment to promote responsible attitudes to gambling and to work for the provision of proper care for those who have been harmed by gambling dependency.
Gamblers Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who have joined together to do something about their own gambling problem and to help other compulsive gamblers do the same.
USA Gambling Help
The Institute for Problem Gambling is a nonprofit organization based in Connecticut.