Responsible Gaming

The casino is great entertainment that many people successfully combine with making money. However, gaming can bring several moral, financial, or family problems for some people. We want to protect you from such issues, as well as offer ways to solve them if they suddenly start to appear.

Ways to Play at Casinos Responsibly

  1. Set loss limits for a particular period, after which you stop playing and take your time to rest and understand the mistakes.
  2. Play for fun – don’t play because you are bored. 
  3. Don’t borrow money from relatives or friends, and don’t take loans.
  4. Set limits of time to play. 
  5. Take breaks after some time of playing. 
  6. Don’t forget about your hobbies (reading, sport, etc.), friends and family.
  7. Don’t start playing if you are in a bad mood – you need to be concentrated. 
  8. You need to spend a part of your money precisely on playing. If you lose this deposit, don’t retake capital – wait for the next share you are allowed to spend. 
  9. Remember that casino plays are only games – they will not solve your problems and give you happiness. 


When you start playing, remember that no one guarantees you profits. All the money you can get from playing at a casino is potential. You are responsible for your losses, and you should do all your best to protect your money and avoid significant losses. When you have problems with controlling your emotions, money management, or see the upcoming issues that may lead to addiction, you can use the help of the following organizations:

  1. BeGambleAware
  2. Gamcare
  3. GamblersAnonymous

Am I Addicted?

Many people who start to play at casinos fear being addicted. Unfortunately, it is very easy to miss the moment when you can take easy actions to avoid addiction. Most casinos have special surveys that help you see if you are addicted or not. If you did not manage to find this survey, you could you the following one:

  1. Do you take days off to play or place bets?
  2. Do you have issues with friends or family because you play or bet too long?
  3. Did you quit your hobbies to have more time to play or bet?
  4. Do you spend more money on games than on your usual activities and household?
  5. Are you too emotional or have troubles with sleeping?
  6. Do you use games or bets to bring more emotions to your life?
  7. Are you aggressive when you don’t have time to play?

If you answer “yes” to at least one question, you should consider changing your gaming habits until it is too late. When you see that most of the questions above characterize your gaming habits, you should contact the organizations mentioned above to receive proper help.