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Gambling dangers

Horse racing gambling do's and don'ts

Don't be afraid to bet. If you are not up to it, don't gamble.

Don’t try to impress people by betting more than you can afford.

Don't gamble if you feel tired.

Don't take your ATM card, credit or debit card to the races or TAB.

Don't gamble more than your set limit.

Don't stay beyond what you have set out to do.

Don't quit after a win.

Don't think it's easy when you win a lot. It may feel that way but it never is.

Don't bet more than you can afford especially on a new game or a game that you don't know all the rules of.

Don't always go for the huge score.....the tortoise always wins the race.

Don't play scared. If your bankroll has become too low for your chosen approach, walk away with what's left.

Don't think with your money, think with your mind.

Don't gamble in the company a person who believes that they have bad luck! It really does become contagious.

Don't think that you will get rich from gambling.

Don't play the pokies - you are mechanically geared to lose so what's the point?

Don't let other people undermine your confidence in your chosen approach.

Don't allow yourself to be a"problem gambler".

An excessive gambler is one who gambles more than they can afford, relative to their income. However a problem gambler is repeated gambling behavior that involves problems beyond the financial - problems involving marriage and family conflicts, job and social problems - seek help if this sounds like you because it probably is!