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badboy
03-27-2016, 05:23 PM
to hard not to gamble coins.... First it started with gambling 8 coins... Then I won jackpot several times. Then I had 65 coins! Then I debated to quit or keeping going but the addiction took over :( I kept losing and losing and then I realized that I had no more coins. :( BEWARE THE SLOTS!!!

SageDeoxys
03-28-2016, 03:09 AM
to hard not to gamble coins.... First it started with gambling 8 coins... Then I won jackpot several times. Then I had 65 coins! Then I debated to quit or keeping going but the addiction took over :( I kept losing and losing and then I realized that I had no more coins. :( BEWARE THE SLOTS!!!

You've gotta resist bb. I live in Vegas, and I've resisted for over 4 years. You have to make it man. JUST DO IT.

SageDeoxys
03-28-2016, 03:33 AM
Try picking up a hobby to occupy your time. Working out, learning a new sport, perhaps grab a few drink (I don't condone drinking acohol but having things in moderation is okay) just something to keep your mind off of gambling that isn't harmful. Whenever you find yourself near a casino think of it like this, they're made to take your money do you really want to lose that hard earned cash, devoting hours of your life each day working just to throw it all away?

I'm assuming you're of age to drink since you gamble.

Hey you. Yes, you. This is in the Tanked subforum, not the RTSoft Tavern, thus is related to Tanked, not real-life. You should probably read where a post is before wasting 5 minutes of your life writing something that is of absolutely no use to him.

JOSHIE63
03-28-2016, 05:59 AM
I have spent well over what an RT costs…

*sigh*

I have three thousand coins at the moment — gambling…


Hey you. Yes, you. This is in the Tanked subforum, not the RTSoft Tavern, thus is related to Tanked, not real-life. You should probably read where a post is before wasting 5 minutes of your life writing something that is of absolutely no use to him.

He is actually helpful; I will gladly credit him with that. A certain forumer in mind would respond with some generic truism thinking they truly helped someone when in reality, they angered the OP.