Some people take gambling in such a serious way that they even can’t see anything instead of seeing themselves engaged in gambling. And when they lose, sometimes they pass through the situations of losing their lives too.
Gambling is all about having fun through playing certain games. Along with this, earning money can be ascertained. But being mad of gambling can highly be detested by other, although, a time will come when you will also hate yourself, just because of being a losing player.
When you gamble, you are unaware of the facts, whether you will win or lose, and thus you put your hardly earned income to bet in the hope of winning. All will go well, if you win, but if you lose and everything goes out of your hands, then you realize the value of that money.
I agree that money does not matter always, but it’s also a fact that it matters a lot. Every person pays his hard efforts in order to earn money, but when it gets lost suddenly, he suffers from a big disappointment, sometimes people get heart attack or brain failure due to the opposite consequences of gambling.
Actually, it is a fact, which is never understood by the people who are engaged in gambling that gambling never forces you to win or to lose. It is you who makes yourself to win or lose. Gambling only provides the way to you to get entertained with, but it is upon you how you take it for yourself. When you gamble, you only will decide in which game you have to play, how much money you have to place on bets, which hand you will be going to play, what combination you will make from the available cards, and whether you have to fold, or raise, or call, or bet. All these things affect a lot your gameplay and on which the result of your game depends.
Thus, be conscious when you play and don’t lose your control from your emotions, whether you win and lose. Just take this as an ongoing process of life and play the game for fun only.
Garry Sputnim is a seasoned journalist and storyteller with over a decade of experience in the trenches of global news. With a keen eye for uncovering stories that resonate, Alex has reported from over 30 countries, bringing light to untold narratives and the human faces behind the headlines. Specializing in investigative journalism, Garry has a knack for technology and social justice issues, weaving compelling narratives that bridge tech and humanity. Outside the newsroom, Garry is an avid rock climber and podcast host, exploring stories of resilience and innovation.