Don’t think of gambling as a way to make money.
Always gamble with money that you can afford to lose.
Never chase losses.
Set a money and time limit.
Don’t gamble when you are depressed or upset.
Gambling and alcohol are not a good combination.
Some general signs of a potential gambling problem
Constantly thinking or talking about gambling
Spending more time or money on gambling than you can afford
Finding it difficult to control, stop, or cut down gambling, or feeling irritable when trying to do so
Gambling more in order to win back losses or get out of financial trouble
Thinking that your gambling will get under control as soon you have a ‘big win’
Having increased debt, unpaid bills, or other financial troubles because of your gambling
Having arguments with friends or family about money and gambling
If you need help, more information and advice about gambling addiction, or you think you may have a gambling problem, please immediately stop gambling and visit the following websites:
Gamble Aware: www.gambleaware.co.uk
Gamblers Anonymous (United Kingdom): www.gamblersanonymous.org.uk
Responsible Gambling: www.responsiblegambling.org
Please gamble responsibly!