I don't see myself as a gambler really.
I started as a true match bettor and although I bias most bets to get more on one outcome than another - and also risk a small loss on the BF multiples for a bigger payoff if it goes the probable way - I am only risking already bagged cash.
I have made £2k in the last month and at worst I would have only ended up a few hundred less than this even if ALL my biases had gone wrong.
Is this gambling?
Nothing more frustrating as when you underlay a bet significantly because its a dead cert, only to find the underdog pulls it off & costs you a big chunk of the winnings Happened 3 times this week to me!
Originally Posted by Subwaynz
Well I'm getting my coat and I'm off to Gambler's anonymous.
I did the horse treble 3 times.
One on my own pick of three faves and 2 as the BF pundit.
All three have had 2 losers - I partially layed the last one of one for a £23 back - but I have lost £130!!!
Ok I made £260 last might and should make £200 tonight on France but this is silly.
I am p-ing away my profits.
NO MORE HORSES!!
Originally Posted by foxski
In the past I was a bit of a sucker for gambling. Now I only play with money I can afford to, and dont mind losing
of course that's the only way you can enjoy playing...
Originally Posted by Keltyx
Life is a risk itself, what you do today determines your tomorrow