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Getting caught up in the excitement of the big game, getting together with a group of friends, celebrating a little too much … all of those things can affect how much or how long you gamble. And it’s different for all of us. Knowing how you might react in those situations is the first step in minimizing the potential for risk from gambling.
On a night out with friends, it’s easy to get influenced to bet more to keep up with them, especially if alcohol and/or cannabis are involved.
Birthdays, New Years, Diwali … at certain times of the year, you just feel lucky. But feeling lucky has no influence on the outcome of a bet.
The excitement of the big game, friendly competition between friends … sports gambling can get your adrenaline going, which can make you want to keep betting.
Don’t gamble when you’re upset or stressed. Gambling is not recommended if you suffer from anxiety or depression.
Don’t think of it as a chance to win money for a trip, to pay bills or to pay off debt.
Use the site’s pre-commitment tools to set a loss-limit and a win-limit and stop when you reach those limits.