• Do you blame me for not liking Trump since he used government force to bulldoze my house for a casino?

    And he only gave me a fourth of what the house was worth to me.
    And he only gave me a fourth of what the house was worth to me.
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why do people remain annonymous after winning the lottery?

    Best answer: it makes them a target for moochers, scammers, and robbers. while it feels good to gloat, it can often cause more trouble than just remaining quiet and enjoying your money
    Best answer: it makes them a target for moochers, scammers, and robbers. while it feels good to gloat, it can often cause more trouble than just remaining quiet and enjoying your money
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is the lottery rigged?

    7 answers · 7 days ago
  • Down this way is a high stake, staying low is your best bet?

    Best answer: I ain't on the down-low,if that's what you mean.
    Best answer: I ain't on the down-low,if that's what you mean.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Would you ever make out with Donald Trump?

    Best answer: No. I just threw up a little in my mouth.
    Best answer: No. I just threw up a little in my mouth.
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What would you do if you won the lottery?

    Best answer: Payoff my family's debt and mine. Budget my money so my family and I could retire early and without working a full-time job. Invest my money so I can gain money. Pursuit my dreams, my hobbies, and interests. For me, it would be Martial Arts, Gaming, and Movies.
    Best answer: Payoff my family's debt and mine. Budget my money so my family and I could retire early and without working a full-time job. Invest my money so I can gain money. Pursuit my dreams, my hobbies, and interests. For me, it would be Martial Arts, Gaming, and Movies.
    15 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I gambled my entire inheritance away?

    Best answer: The first thing to do is realize that it can, and likely will, get worse it you do not take action. The first things I recommend are joining Gamblers Anonymous AND going to a therapist who specializes in gambling addiction. Another thing that is a good idea is to open with someone close to you about the... show more
    Best answer: The first thing to do is realize that it can, and likely will, get worse it you do not take action.

    The first things I recommend are joining Gamblers Anonymous AND going to a therapist who specializes in gambling addiction.

    Another thing that is a good idea is to open with someone close to you about the problem. (Without any immediate family that might be tough.)

    Because having cash available seems to have been a trigger to trigger, you probably should limit the amount of cash you have sitting around or readily available. Since you paid down your debts you likely can keep a little more of your paycheck, which you can put into an IRA or a 401(k) plan. Since you don't like being in debt, you might also set up a special savings account for any anticipated major expenses, such as a replacement for your car when you need it. Believe m, if feels good to pay cash for for a car nicer than the one you are replacing. (Unless your car is on its last legs totally paying off credit cards should probably be a higher priority.)
    12 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I gambled away $2,800 now I’m in trouble?

    Best answer: Random thoughts about your situation: You appear to be dealing with the situation realistically, although appearances can be deceiving. You cannot change history. What has happened is now history. You were probably at a distinct disadvantage at the poker table. Probably multiple players at the table knew each... show more
    Best answer: Random thoughts about your situation:

    You appear to be dealing with the situation realistically, although appearances can be deceiving.

    You cannot change history. What has happened is now history.

    You were probably at a distinct disadvantage at the poker table. Probably multiple players at the table knew each other and how they played. Some might even have been playing as a team which would have put you at a bigger disadvantage. If you go back again you will have the same disadvantage.

    This one experience, by itself, does not indicate that you are a compulsive gambler. However if there are other similar incidents you should seek professional help. The fact that you lost actually decreases, but does not eliminate, the chances that you will become a compulsive gambler.

    I do not want to minimize your situation. Both you and your wife have some justification for feeling that you stole money, or at least a dream anniversary, from her. However, the fact that you were planning to use the money for your anniversary tells me that you have not put either of you in any financial peril. If you keep gambling, that can change. I know one compulsive gambler who wrote $12,000 in rubber checks at a casino and another who racked up $45,000 in credi card debt. Do not let that happen to you.
    11 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Can they force me to go all in?

    In a poker tournament (NLHE), I’m sitting on the big blind and a guy in middle position raises to 7k and the dealer says raise 7k another player on the CO says all in. The dealer says all in but in a very low tone and i don’t notice. Then i say i call 7k but the dealer forces me to pay the other guys all in even... show more
    In a poker tournament (NLHE), I’m sitting on the big blind and a guy in middle position raises to 7k and the dealer says raise 7k another player on the CO says all in. The dealer says all in but in a very low tone and i don’t notice. Then i say i call 7k but the dealer forces me to pay the other guys all in even though there is not visual quos such as an all in chip. Did they do the right thing?
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • My husband has a gambling problem will do NOTHING else but gamble...I need help...?

    Anyone out there that has a spouse that does NOTHING but gamble,they have NO right destroying MY future...I am so glad I do not have kids...I am 65...I worked all my life, he gambles everything we have, what did you do to get out of this situation...
    Anyone out there that has a spouse that does NOTHING but gamble,they have NO right destroying MY future...I am so glad I do not have kids...I am 65...I worked all my life, he gambles everything we have, what did you do to get out of this situation...
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Make $50 a day playing blackjack?

    If I bet 50 a hand and win that's 50 away .if I lose the first hand I'll just bet 100 next hand then 150 etc etc until I win, what's the odds of me losing 10 hands in a row right??
    If I bet 50 a hand and win that's 50 away .if I lose the first hand I'll just bet 100 next hand then 150 etc etc until I win, what's the odds of me losing 10 hands in a row right??
    8 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Do camelot trace unclaimed lottery winners uk?

    Best answer: No.

    In fact it is in their best interest if they don't. Unclaimed rewards roll over to the next lottery, making the prize bigger and attract more people to buy tickets.

    In addition the best they can do is know what store sold the ticket, there isn't anything else to track down the purchaser with.
    Best answer: No.

    In fact it is in their best interest if they don't. Unclaimed rewards roll over to the next lottery, making the prize bigger and attract more people to buy tickets.

    In addition the best they can do is know what store sold the ticket, there isn't anything else to track down the purchaser with.
    11 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Is it normal to have bad runs and good runs in poker?

    Last night when I played online fast fold poker, I had such a run of goo luck, and I ended up with a total win of 320 big blinds. But tonight was a different story, and I had a ridiculous run of bad luck, and ended up with a total loss of 300 big blinds. Off the top of my head: - I raise a a 50bb stack limper... show more
    Last night when I played online fast fold poker, I had such a run of goo luck, and I ended up with a total win of 320 big blinds. But tonight was a different story, and I had a ridiculous run of bad luck, and ended up with a total loss of 300 big blinds. Off the top of my head: - I raise a a 50bb stack limper with AQ, the flop comes AXX, we get the stacks in, and he turns up with AK. - On two occasions I played a big pot with an over pair….my opponent flopped a set each time. On at least two other occasions when I played a premium pair like TT or 99, an Ace comes up on the river. - On another occasion with AA the board runs out with four of the same suit so I have to fold to what is most probably a flush. - I made a double barrel bluff on the turn and the river against a range that consists of mainly pocket pairs, but my opponent gets a set on the river. - I defend the BB with KT against a SB open, the flop comes KXX…I call on the flop, turn goes check-check, call on the river and he shows up KJo. - If I played hands like 66 my opponent would turn up with hands like 88 etc. That's just what I can remember, but there are many more. Is it normal to have long runs of ridiculous bad luck in online poker?
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Do you think that online casino steals?

    Best answer: Every time you think you have a winning hand, hit the "Print Screen" button. Then, the next time the pot goes to someone else instead of you because the casino is stealing, open up Word and hit "Ctrl-V" and paste the screenshot you took. Then maybe you'll be able to figure out why you... show more
    Best answer: Every time you think you have a winning hand, hit the "Print Screen" button. Then, the next time the pot goes to someone else instead of you because the casino is stealing, open up Word and hit "Ctrl-V" and paste the screenshot you took. Then maybe you'll be able to figure out why you didn't win. If you can't figure it out, post what the cards are on here, and one of us will tell you why you lost.

    My guess? You're probably missing a flush or a straight.
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • How do many lottery tickets go unclaimed? Why would someone buy a ticket and not check it especially in uk?

    Best answer: 1. Purchase is habitual. 2. It gets put in a drawer, or through the laundry. 3. The person LOST so many time, that s/he forgets to check or has misplaced the ticket. 4. Some States have cut the redemption time from One Year, to 90 days. So by the time it is check it cannot be claimed. 5. In the U.K. it is much... show more
    Best answer: 1. Purchase is habitual.
    2. It gets put in a drawer, or through the laundry.
    3. The person LOST so many time, that s/he forgets to check or has misplaced the ticket.
    4. Some States have cut the redemption time from One Year, to 90 days. So by the time it is check it cannot be claimed.

    5. In the U.K. it is much the same.
    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/faking-lottery-win-people-who-7270831
    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/06/08/village-shopkeepertold-customer-20k-winninglotteryticket-worth/
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Would I save more money if I quit buying Alcohol and Lottery Tickets?

    Best answer: Almost certainly.

    I like to tell people that I win the lottery every week (by not buying tickets). At least with alcohol you get something for your expenditure (even if it is expensive and unhealthy).
    Best answer: Almost certainly.

    I like to tell people that I win the lottery every week (by not buying tickets). At least with alcohol you get something for your expenditure (even if it is expensive and unhealthy).
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Should I follow the same rules as the blackjack dealer does at the casino?

    This is my first time going to the casino and I have been practicing blackjack with my phone app. If the dealer stands on all 17, should I stand on all 17 too?
    This is my first time going to the casino and I have been practicing blackjack with my phone app. If the dealer stands on all 17, should I stand on all 17 too?
    11 answers · 1 month ago