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Yup... i think greed and glambing still stick together... Cz this is nature from gamblers.... Moto in they mind can earn money with fast time.. different if we working on real life... We can get payment or earn money with long duration... Maybe 1 week or 1 month.. so greed and gambling always stick together... i think like that... Thanks

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I would tend to agree that greed and gambling go together.  It is the nature of the beast.  There are many times when I can make a steady profit when playing smartly but when greed starts to take over, it goes straight down the tubes.

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On 12/09/2019 at 18:34, sheenaz.bay said:

and the problem is when is the right time to stop? when I get a big profit, I sometimes want to stop, but sometimes I continue because I feel that luck is with me, so I have to keep playing, and sometimes it's true, I can double my profit. and sometimes they also lose, so I don't know when the right time is to stop?

It seems like there really isn't the right time to stop hunting ... this is evident from the number of updates in the high rollers room ... in the high rollers room it is proven that betting after betting continues even though the victory has exceeded the minimum withdrawal target ...
only faith and luck can answer all of that ... if you believe in the fortune you have achieved in your hunt ... then try in your hunt to achieve a landslide victory without having to experience destruction .. but, if you feel doubt or doubt about it all, then you should undo your intention to continue your hunt, because it could be that all the victories that you have rained will just disappear without the slightest remaining ... I have often experienced this

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Greedy gamblers are almost always losers, because they usually never withdraw. They always think they can win more, and when they do, they want even more, so it is never enough.

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Sometimes greed is good. Where is the pleasure to gamble without risk ? I think that we must have a great balance between greed and withdraw !

I often greed and rarely regret, then I withdraw or stop gambling for the day.

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Indeed. Most gamblers are greedy... But there some who really knows how to handle greed. Knows when to stop or to continue. Greed in gamblers is normal. They gamble to earn a lot. But if you know when to stop when you got enough then you already control greed. 

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I totally agree with what you say, because it is very consistent with what happened to me. so when starting playing or first becoming a gambler will definitely benefit but after that it will definitely get more often due to lust that can not be controlled, when a large balance or a lot of playing it while saying I will definitely win and get lots of profits. so the conclusion is greed is in every gambler when you can't control it, it will definitely make you experience defeat

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4 hours ago, LuluBot said:

Sometimes greed is good. Where is the pleasure to gamble without risk ? I think that we must have a great balance between greed and withdraw !

I often greed and rarely regret, then I withdraw or stop gambling for the day.

greed never been good ! greed is a sin, you still can enjoy the game and go risky just to enjoy ! putting greed on the line may make you win it once or twice ! but it will always lead you to lose, money, family, society, and even yourself, being greedy means being selfish. and for the long run it causes many troubles in your real life.

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