This poll may be good for the Tulane student to see the results on.
By lousy gambler I mean.
You learned your lesson on wagering too much when you were not that great at picking numbers.
Now that you are better at picking numbers you get cold feet and do not want to wager that much.
Apr 19, 2008, 9:16 pm
First, I guess I haven't learned my lesson yet & second, my problem is calculating numbers all day so I leave little to no time for purchasing the numbers I just finished calculating - Pogo
Apr 20, 2008, 12:46 am
I have never spent too much money on the lottery and never spent any money on any other kind of gambling.
Apr 20, 2008, 2:00 pm
"Now that you are better at picking numbers you get cold feet and do not want to wager that much."
That pretty much covers me...
Apr 20, 2008, 2:42 pm
When I "first" started playing Pick-3, I would usually play 20-30 numbers a night and hardly ever win. After losing all that money, I kept studying and now am MUCH better at picking numbers, but hardly ever play more than 5-10 numbers a night cause I don't want to lose more than that. That is my budget and I stick to it (first rule of gambling, don't play more than you can afford to lose), even though there a LOT of times these days where I WOULD have had a winner if I had played my old 20-30 numbers!! Go figure.
Cautious... ...hmmm... ...no, I wouldn't consider myself cautious - when gambling, "caution" will only lead you to losses & I can't have the losses without the wins. Wow, after saying that I'm seriously considering giving 1-800-GAMBLER a call - PoGo