Responsible Gambling is for everyone, regardless of whether you identify yourself as having a gambling problem

– View gambling as a form of entertainment and fun.
– Only gamble what you can afford to lose.
– Never chase your losses, as this can lead to problems.
– Monitor the amount of time you spend playing.
– Balance gambling with other activities. When gambling becomes your only form of entertainment you should stop and consider whether you are still having fun.
– Take regular breaks from gambling. Gambling continuously can cause you to lose track of time and perspective.
– Do not gamble when under the influence of alcohol or when you are upset or depressed, as it can impair decision-making.
– Think about how much time and money you spend gambling.
– Know that if you ever need to talk to someone about problem gambling you can contact a problem gambling support organisation:
Gamblers Anonymous

We strongly believe that the only way to gamble is responsibly –  this is the purpose Beth was created for. Part of our mission is to minimise the time players spend on analysing gambling parameters AND the risks they take with compulsive gambling. The result is that Beth brings fun back into gambling!

Problem gambling is gambling to a degree that compromises, disrupts or damages family, personal or recreational pursuits. A problem gambler is typically described as someone who has spent more money and/or time gambling than they can afford.

– Spending more money and time on gambling than you can afford
– Finding it hard to manage or stop your gambling
– Having arguments with family or friends about money and gambling
– Losing interest in your usual activities or hobbies, like going out with friends or spending time with your family
– Always thinking or talking about gambling
– Lying about your gambling or hiding it from other people
– Chasing losses or gambling to get out of financial trouble
– Gambling until all your money is gone
– Borrowing money, selling possessions or not paying bills in order to fund your gambling
– Needing to gamble with larger amounts of money or for a longer time to get the same feeling of excitement or buzz
– Neglecting work, university, family, personal needs or household responsibilities because of gambling
– Feeling anxious, worried, guilty, depressed or irritable

Fiction: The more you gamble, the more likely it is you will win.

Argument: Spending longer gambling does not have any impact on the outcome of the next event. You can increase your chances of winning in certain types of betting by understanding how the odds work and any relevant game strategies this is what Beth will help with.

Fiction: Knowing a game will increase your chance of winning.

Argument: You can increase your chances of winning in certain types of betting, such as Sports, by understanding how the odds work and learning any relevant game strategies, tips, which you can ask Beth.