Responsible Gambling

Learn more about gambling and how to gamble responsibly.

Responsible Gambling

How Do You Gamble Responsibly?

Here are some great tips for gambling responsibly:

  • Think of gambling as a form of entertainment and not as a source of income – there are indeed people who make a living as professional gamblers, but they are a small minority. For everyone else, gambling cannot be considered a source of income.
  • Stick to your limits – Only play with money you can afford to lose. Never gamble with money you need for rent, bills, food or other necessities.
  • Never play with more than 1% of your budget at a time – For some people, setting a budget for the season helps. Then, as you make a profit, you can slowly increase your bets or you can decrease them if you lose.
  • Set your betting limits in advance – When you go to a casino or place bets, don't play with more money than you can afford to lose. If you win, so much the better. But if luck doesn't smile on you, don't go over your predetermined amount.
  • Never try to regain losses – This can lead to even bigger losses.
  • Take regular breaks from gambling – If you lose, stop for a moment, try to figure out what went wrong and come back with a clear head. Breaks are essential to stay focused while gambling.
  • Don't play while drinking – Alcohol can impair your judgment and cause you to make poor decisions.
  • Don't play when you are depressed, angry or upset – This can also impair your judgment.
  • Make sure you are familiar with the game and its rules – Gather as much information as possible before placing a bet and make informed decisions. If you play slots or tables, learn everything you need to know before you bet any money.
  • Don't let gambling interfere with your daily responsibilities – Never play while working or take time away from your social relationships and family life to gamble.
  • Don't let gambling be your only hobby or pastime – Balance it with your other interests.
  • Keep track of how much time and money you spend gambling – Use a diary or log to keep track of how much money you spend gambling.
  • Don't hesitate to ask for help if you think gambling is becoming a problem – There are numerous free agencies and resources, including Gamblers Anonymous.

How Does Gambling Work?

We are committed to protecting young adults, which is why we have decided to restrict access to the website to those under the age of 24.

With this measure we want to recognize how vulnerable young adults are and protect them from possible harmful consequences of gambling.

Our goal is to create a safe and responsible playing environment. For millions of people around the world, gambling is an exciting and entertaining form of entertainment. The vast majority of these people play responsibly and manage to stay in control at every opportunity.

However, research shows that between 0.5 and 3% of gamblers can develop an addiction, with harmful consequences.

That's why it's vital to understand how to gamble responsibly so that it can remain a form of entertainment.

For this reason, we have created this section of our site dedicated to responsible gaming, so that we can provide our readers with reliable advice and ensure their safety and health as much as possible.

In this section you will find practical tips to maintain control while playing. These include managing the time and money spent gambling, tracking your bets and setting deposit limits. We also explain how self-exclusion and play breaks work.

Read on for a detailed explanation of how to deal with gambling problems, information about player support services and protection of minors.

How Does Gambling Work in the Casino?

Casino games include slots and table games such as blackjack and roulette. These games sometimes require a certain amount of skill, but generally they are games of chance and come down to luck. When you play blackjack or slots online, it is the Random Number Generator (RNG) that determines the outcome of the game.

Reliable and legal online casinos are highly regulated and the software they use is regularly audited by independent bodies to ensure the fairness of the games. However, every casino retains an edge, and even at the most generous casinos the RTP will not exceed 98 to 99%.

The RTP is calculated on thousands of hands or spins and therefore does not indicate the expected return in a session of just 10 minutes. At the same time, it is good to remember that the outcome of a game is unpredictable. The random result is generated by a computer program that processes complex series of numbers in a fraction of a second.

As with sports betting, playing in the casino, whether online or physical, always involves a financial risk as well as a mathematical advantage for the casino, meaning the house always wins.