Responsible Gambling

Bresponsible gamblingeing smart is not only about reading a huge number of books; it’s not about higher education. It’s about keeping yourself out of trouble and knowing how to solve a problem. This is why we are sharing our knowledge about responsible gambling. There are some rules to stick with that can help to avoid gambling addiction or find a way out. Gambling can be addictive and it’s illegal to gamble in the age under 18.

Before going to any online or mobile casino site check if gambling is legal at all in your country or a country of residence. UK, for example, is a very regulated market and UK players can use only casinos that hold UK Gambling Commission License. Some other countries can honour for example Malta Gaming Authority or Curacao licenses. Playing in a regulated casino is much safer than in some random online casino.

How to be safer in gambling world?

First, the motive of playing must be good, remember it’s not a way to earn money. It’s only an entertainment and it’s rather for spending money than gaining it. Gambling, the even live casino will not replace real people, family or friends.

Staring a gambling experience without any knowledge about games rules is a poor idea. Risk of losing is much higher. The same comes to reading and understanding terms and conditions. Bonus policy will provide information about wagering requirements. Being aware of conditions will help to make a decision about depositing. Depositing in an online casino is easy and many methods are available. It’s smart to choose a method that will help to avoid bad debts. Pay by phone casino methods in UK has a daily limit of £30. Playing with borrowed money is a mistake – there absolutely no guarantee, that player will win and give a money back. Avoid using debit or credit cards. The player should set up safe monthly limit and never go over it. Even if the player is loosing a lot, depositing more will not help, on the contrary.

Reign over time, don’t spend too much time on gambling, it may and will affect your family and friends. If any of them will suggest that you have a gambling problem, it should motivate to a player looking for help. First and easy mechanism to use is self-exclusion. It’s an option available in every casino.

Look for help right away especially when:

  • You neglect the duties,
  • Gamble for wrong reasons,
  • Gamble too long,
  • Others are telling you, that it’s a problem,
  • Loosing an interest in social life,
  • Borrowing or stealing money to play,
  • Lie about gambling,

There are many symptoms, be attentive and don’t hesitate to get help.

Start looking for help here:

Visit the GamCare gamcare.org.uk– provide counselling, advice and practical help available via helpline on 0845 6000 133.

Gamblers Anonymous –gamblersanonymous.org.uk

Gambling Therapy – gamblingtherapy.org