I have three rules: 1) never play when you are drunk, 2) don’t tell anyone about your winnings, 3) donate 10% of your winnings anonymously to charities every month.
You might laugh at the third sentence, but I don’t want to waste the money. For me, it’s a way to be happy about winning.
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Thank you for your interesting email. It is nice to see that you are making an effort to join roulette seriously and with inner discipline – this is very important. I also really like your charity idea, I haven’t heard that from players in a long time, but I can understand you very well.
In the past I once bet a lot of money on a competition and I lost. My financial situation at the time wasn’t that bad, but I felt sorry for the loss. I was pissed off when I walked out of the betting shop where I saw the results.
I saw an old gray-haired man at the entrance. He just wrote his tips and looked in vain for the money in his pockets.