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Hey there Xantys!

I mean.. I personally make my withdraw target a lot more higher than expected. I make my withdrawal target over 300$. Or just 300$. I only do this because I feel like it is a very good strong and decent amount withdraw point. I feel like it is very hard to get there but at the same time... It is hard to get anywhere anyway. You never know when you're going to lose. :)

Have a great day :)

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7 hours ago, CntryBoy said:

So when you deposit you just play all willy nilly?  At what point do you think you have made enough profit to withdraw?

I actually play with winning mind. I have lost a lot and my every deposit target is to recover some of my lose and withdraw. I don't want to recover all at once. Cause I know I can't do this. I make withdraw while I'm up at least 2.5× of my deposit. . I make all profit to withdrawal and left deposit amount to play more.

6 hours ago, Angela said:

This worries me. This means you are a compulsive gambler. You will end up always losing with that mindset and will lead you to greater financial and psychological problems sooner or later. Bear in mind, math does not lie when it says that you can never beat a casino unless you have more money than the owner. PD actually has this link on their footer: https://www.begambleaware.org/ ... Explore.

I will say I'm addicted and greedy. But I know I can leave gambling easily as I'm not mad. Thanks for your words. 

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2 hours ago, Mahdirakib said:

I actually play with winning mind. I have lost a lot and my every deposit target is to recover some of my lose and withdraw. I don't want to recover all at once. Cause I know I can't do this. I make withdraw while I'm up at least 2.5× of my deposit. . I make all profit to withdrawal and left deposit amount to play more.

That is a great plan of attack, getting it back a little bit at a time.  At least you have some sort of plan and don't try to recover all the losses at one time.

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