I have been addicted to one or many things over my life time DEWA POKER , but the most insidious was gambling. I became addicted to gambling for no other reason than one weekend, I became bored while waiting to meet someone.
I went over to an interesting-looking poker machine with the all of those attention getting lights and whistles and tunes and I put through $50 into the machine without even thinking about it. For me though, after playing it for sometime thinking that it was going through a dry cycle and would come good soon, I lost another $50 and I didn’t look any closer to winning the jackpot. Not to worry — I went to the ATM and withdrew another $100 and this time, it paid out, because I won the jackpot of $1,300. I couldn’t believe it. This to me was so very exciting and it was at this time that I became hooked.
This is when I became a little secretive with my family. I would tell them that I was going to the shops and then head directly to the club. Hours went by, with my pumping many dollars into the machines, even ignoring my cell phone that went off in my bag. I knew that if I answered it, this would give away where I was. The trouble with my theory of trying to win all of the jackpots was failing. It got so bad that I was going to lunch and making my way to the club, but did not just stay the hour that I had for lunch. That hour turned into many. I would call my work with a feeble excuse as to why I was late returning to work.
As you can see, little by little, I stupidly believed I would beat the machines, but all of the time I was depleting my savings and lying to my husband about missing cash in our account. It had to stop. I had to get off the merry-go-round that had turned me from a decent sort of a person, to that of a liar and possibly a thief. I had taken money from a joint account to spend selfishly on a poker machine.