PROBLEMS WITH THE GAME?
Recommendations for eventually compulsive gamblers:
We all love to take risks and playing is a pleasure that excites and entertains. For the overwhelming majority of people who enjoy playing in a casino, gambling is an enticing and totally innocuous experience. But, to be such, this experience can and should only be lived in the spirit of mere entertainment and within the strict limits of each person's economic capacity.
ARE YOU A COMPULSIVE GAMBLER?
The questions that follow are designed in association with the EUROPEAN CASINO ASSOCIATION for players to questioning about them:
1. Already put at risk very important relationships, studies, employment or career due to gambling?2. When is bad luck, losing consecutively becomes obsessed trying to recover in successive games?
3. When you win you are with an uncontrollable urge to play again to earn more?
4. Usually play to run out of money?
5. Have you ever lied, stolen or borrowed money to play?
6. Do not hesitate if you ever were to spend in the game the money for other things?
7. Usually play longer than he intended to play?
8. Usually play to escape the problems, disappointments or frustrations?
9. Do you feel depressed or suicidal because of gambling?
10. Have you ever sold any of their property or others belonging to family, to play or pay gambling debts?
The more positive answers gets, the more likely to be in serious trouble in their relationship with the game. We advise you to talk to someone about it. And the sooner, the better.
STEPS TO TAKE:
1. Reduce or suspend the practice of playing while trying to lose gambling addiction.
2. Decode your behavior: plays because he is bored, stressed or under great pressure?
3. Use a calendar and note every day that did not play to better monitor the progress of your case.
4. Ask someone you trust to save your money for a certain period of time such as a week or two.
5. With the money you get amass, not to play, buy a gift for yourself.
6. Remember, living one day at a time.
CORRECT YOUR BEHAVIOUR:
1. First, be honest with yourself and then with others.
2. Discuss this problem with someone you trust: a relative, a friend, a counselor, your doctor, or else choose to call the "anonymous players."
3. Talk to the directors of the Casino, they will understand and help. The experience we have in this activity gives them enough knowledge to advise.
THERE ARE SOLUTIONS THE CASINO CAN IMPLEMENT TO HELP YOU GET AWAY FROM YOUR GAME DEPENDECE:
1. Organize a period of self-ban, to be agreed directly with the Casino at the request of the player. After this ban period is over, your case can be reviewed with the Director of Casino.
2. Play only with money or previously limit the amount you want to play using only a check or using a one-time debit card.
3. Request a written ban on Regulatory Service and Gaming Inspection, providence that the Casino Directors can help to formalize.
But above all, take your own responsibility. Running away from problems doesn't solve anything. And remember, the game can and should only be a reason for pleasure and fun. Have fun playing, but please don't go beyond the limits of your ability.