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/Feb/2012

Take your breaks

By: fbr->0x23 @ 07:52 (EST) / 205 / Comment ( 0 )

 

 

As some of us addicts, might play for hours and hours. But keep in mind, our mental fitness decreases over the time.

It oftens happens to me, that I play on cashtables and double up in the first hour
- then play another hour break even
- then the next half hour some loses and  I am finding myself at playing 30% of the hands, and wonder how that could be.
- then promising myself to tighten up again.
- then stupidly play another half hour and the moneys gone.

Ok, thats a bit dramarturgic description, but I have to be more aware of my mental fitness during play. And take brakes. Maybe some of you have found similar situation, decreasing your bankroll.

I will be more cautious in the future I promise!

Have fun giving away your money to gamblers...
fbr

 

 

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