4 Steps For a Responsible Casino Game Plan

This week is Responsible Gaming Education Week. After waiting for casinos to reopen, excitement might just spill over into poor gambling decisions. Subsequently, NETimeGambling pauses to reflect on responsible gaming. In short, The American Gaming Association cares about customers and problem gambling. To begin the week, here are the AGA’s 4 Steps For A Responsible Casino Game Plan.


3 Reasons Your Gambling Session Sucks

“3 Reasons Your Gambling Session Sucks” looks into how your attitude can improve your casino experience. It is inspired by a self-help book that you can apply to recreational gambling. “Why Your Life Sucks” by Alan H. Cohen enquires about life’s “wake-up calls” to enjoy life. You can apply Cohen’s in-your-face, no-hype guide to getting…


CT Problem Gambling Is On The Rise

Is Connecticut Doing Enough To Curb Problem Gambling? Online gambling has been available in Connecticut for about three months, bringing in millions of dollars in revenue. But it’s also creating more problems for undisciplined gamblers. The state’s helpline has been overwhelmed with calls. CT Problem Gambling Is On The Rise. Problem Gambling On The Rise…

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Gambler’s Fallacy and Randomness

The Gambler’s Fallacy is the mistaken belief that a random event is less or more likely to happen based on the results of a previous event or events. Let’s take a deeper look into Gambler’s Fallacy and Randomness. A Players Belief System Recreational gamblers often have beliefs based on myths or gut feelings. The Gambler’s Fallacy believes…