Life is a Gamble It’s funny how some people think that gamblers are a certain type of person. When I tell friends about my latest visit to a racecourse or bricks and mortar casino (sadly not quite as straightforward in the current coronavirus climate!) I either receive excited interest, or a blank stare. The latter group are those who don’t really look at such pursuits in a favourable light and see gambling as something that is negative in some holistic sense.

That’s foolishness in my view though as much with any interest, its how you approach it that is the import factor rather than the activity itself. I’ve been perfectly happy to set my own limits over the years going in and consequently have had plenty of memorable times in the casino and the best real money casino sites, both individually and with a family and friend group. Sometimes I win, sometimes I lose, but the one thing I do know is that my experience is a world away from the perception that some must have of it!

And besides, life is a gamble, so I’m not sure why it’s such an alien concept to some people. Whether you’re starting a new business, investing, getting married, taking a flight or countless other activities it’s all a calculation. Some people are better at deducing what is the right / most profitable decision to make, others not so much, but that’s what gambling is all about really. Where skill is concerned if someone is good as analysing what is a good choice or opportunity and what isn’t, we should be applauding that not looking down on it. And where we’re talking ‘chance’, we should appreciate that people are able to make decisions without it turning into a cliched worst case scenario.

So the next time you’re talking to a friend about casinojoka casino en ligne or a bricks and mortar casino and you get a ‘I only gamble’ look or comment, be safe in the knowledge that they likely do, and on top of that they’re probably not as good at it as you are!

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