Tips to Help Keep the Game Fun
If you gamble, use your GameSense.
Gambling should be fun, and the best way to keep it that way is by using your GameSense.
Don’t chase losses.
Accept them as the cost of entertainment. Chances are the more you play, the more money you’ll lose.
Take frequent breaks.
Every once in a while, it’s a good idea to walk away from the game you’re playing. Taking a break helps you to make smarter decisions, so gambling stays what it should be – a fun activity.
Plan how long you’ll play.
When you make a plan for how much time you can afford to spend gambling (and stick to it), you are more likely to stay within your set budget and not overspend.
Set a budget and stick to it.
Keeping it fun means playing within your means. When you set and stick to a budget, you spend only money you can afford to lose.
Don't borrow money to play.
If you have reached your budget limit it is time to stop. Don't borrow money from family or friends to keep gambling. Leave your credit cards at home.
Know how the game works and what the odds are before playing.
The more you know about the games, the better equipped you are to make informed decisions while you play.
Play for fun, not to make money.
If you gamble, the result is never certain and losing is always a possibility. So look at gambling as entertainment, not as a source of income.