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/Dec/2015

Gambling problem

By: kellyh5291 @ 22:13 (EST) / 202 / Comment ( 0 )

A few odd years ago I was pretty stupid with my money. I got myself into debt and lied to my family about losing my money when instead I was spending it all on bandit machine and instant lottery tickets. I was never confronted about it but it did become a massive financial strain. Then I just said to myself no, I can't afford this. I actually stopped throwing money down someone else's pocket and sorted myself out. I paid debt off and gradually got on my feet.

 

Then I came to online poker. Not only could I play a game I loved and I could afford it and enjoy it. I play freerolls and low tournaments and a few zoom games each month with a nice potential to keep playing for a long period. I can't say I have ever felt in online poker that I have lost a lot of money. I have broke even. 

Not bad I don't think and I'm super proud of that.

heres to playing poker and enjoying it (even if I do rant every now and then)

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